More than 1200 people gather inside Garage/Saarbrücken for a sold out show of Lord Of The Lost. 2023 is their busiest year so far. Album release a day before New Year’s Eve, chart position No. 1 for Blood And Glitter one week later, winning German ESC preliminary competition, the ESC itself, another tour with Iron Maiden are just a few milestones. It is their year, the year of Lotlmania.
Lord Of The Lost is going to represent Germany on the Eurovision Song Contest 2023 (ESC) in Liverpool in May 9th to 13th. We know from Lord Of The Lost’s vocalist, Chris Harms that for him a dream has come true.
The last days of 2022 surprised us with an unexpected album release. The album we are talking about is Blood and Glitter and the band is Lord Of The Lost. No big marketing campaign, just an announcement 6 days before the release.
Between the dates of the Iron Maiden Tour playing in front of 50.000 metal heads, Lord of The Lord find the time for some Killer Filler shows. Venues smaller than the stage only of the named tour but their own headliner shows. They play a few well-chosen smaller festivals as the Castle Rock at Mühlheim. Today they are hosted by legendary Colos Saal at Aschaffenburg/Lower Franconia. The capacity is 500 and the show is sold out.
I am meeting none other than Class Grenayde, Lord Of The Lost’s bass player. The obvious cause is the release of their new album “Judas” but topics flit from football to pets and whatnot. I am surprised anyway. How about you?
German multi genre rockers Lord Of The Lost released their seventh studio album "Judas" on the second of July after an often misunderstood biblical personality. Later we will find out why and give justice. The album contains 2 CDs with 12 songs each. Both have different themes, Damnation and Salvation. Let’s find out what stands behind it.