LORD OF THE LOST 
To Release New Ensemble Album, Swan Songs III, via Napalm Records On August 7

 

Dive away, a million years and a day, a one ton heart never breaks all the way. 

Dark metal sensation LORD OF THE LOST returns with their newest offer in their classic ensemble album series: Swan Songs III, the long-awaited successor to Swan Songs II, will be released via Napalm Records on August 7, 2020.

Deeply emotional storytelling melding with beautiful harmonies and Chris Harms’ palpitation-inducing deep vocals make Swan Songs III absolutely exceptional. The first single, “A One Ton Heart”, presents itself as a powerful ballad that makes the listener dive away with heavenly piano parts, underlined by delicate acoustic guitars and soft drum rhythms that take the listener onto a musical journey.

Watch the absolutely outstanding and surprisingly historical video – featuring hand saws, classical string instruments and the beauty of violence – below!

 

LORD OF THE LOST on the new single and video:


“Since the founding of LORD OF THE LOST, we have been wanting to shoot a video like this one. Unfortunately, none of our songs have ever fit to such a video. That hasn’t really changed with “A One Ton Heart”, but we didn’t want to wait any longer. So the video - in its non-existent statement - and our absurd looks have absolutely nothing to do with the song. Fortunately, the song didn’t care about that at all. And we have fulfilled another dream.”

 

Watch the new official video for “A One Ton Heart” directed by: Chris Harms

https://youtu.be/WqIcQR578gg 

 

† DECLARATION †


No living instruments were harmed during the filming of this music video clip.
All instruments have already been dead and unplayable before.
After the shoot their mortal remains were cremated in an adequate satanic ritual.

 

The standard version of Swan Songs III consists of new songs, all recorded with The Lord Of The Lost-Ensemble, and brand new versions of a hand-picked selection of LORD OF THE LOST classics, including the standout 18-minute-long song “Letters To Home”.

For all Dark metal connoisseurs, Swan Songs III comes with a high quality deluxe box, including the instrumental Swan Symphonies III-versions of all songs and previously unreleased demo versions of eight new songs. As a special bonus, there is a full live set, recorded at their 10th anniversary show in 2019 in their hometown of Hamburg. More than five hours of LORD OF THE LOST in all facets on seven CDs!

Swan Songs III will be available in multiple formats, including a high-class Earbook, a box set and a 2LP Gatefold Vinyl. The album is a gift to all music fans and marks the next highlight in LORD OF THE LOST's musical career.  

 

LORD OF THE LOST on the album:


"The Swan Songs project started as a musical infidelity, continued in a beloved carry-on and became like a second musical DNA. Meanwhile, we feel at home in our second musical facet, as well as in our classifying LORD OF THE LOST sound / shell. Swan Songs III has a musical depth that even surprises ourselves with a certain distance to its finishing. It is by no means the last part of a trilogy, but so far our personal highlight of LORD OF THE LOST’s classical-career.”

 

Pre-Order Swan Songs Now
https://smarturl.it/SwanSongsIII-NPR 

Swan Songs III will be available in the following formats:

 

Digital Album

-   2 CD Digipak (Swan Songs III CD 1 & 2)

-  Vinyl (Swan Songs III CD 1 ONLY)
-   Earbook (Swan Songs III CD 1 & 2 + Swan Songs Demos) - strictly limited to 500 copies
-  Box (Earbook + Swan Songs III CD 1 & 2, Swan Songs Demos, Swan Symphonies (2 CD Instrumental Versions) + Opus X (2 CD Live concert)) - strictly limited to 500 copies

 

Line-up:

The LORD OF THE LOST Ensemble 2020:


Chris Harms: Vocals, Violoncello, Semi Acoustic Guitar: Acoustic Guitar
Bengt Jaeschke: Acoustic Guitar
Class Grenayde: Acoustic Bass
Gared Dirge: Grand Piano
Corvin Bahn: Organ, Harpsichord, Celeste
Maline Zickow: 1st Violin
Felicitas Fischbein: 2nd Violin
Ida Luzie Phlipp: Viola
Miriam Göbel: Violoncello
Julia C. Pfänder: Contrabass
Niklas Kahl: Percussions
Daniel Möhrke: Percussions
Henrik Petschull: Percussions