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New Jersey extreme metal band LORNA SHORE releases their new drum playthrough of “Death Portrait”. Watch the playthrough of drummer Austin Archey premiering exclusively on Sick Drummer HERE.

“Death Portrait” is off the band’s latest full-length, Immortal, which came out earlier this year via Century Media Records to rave reviews. The band have released music videos for “King Ov Deception”, “Death Portrait”, and “ Immortal” off the new LP, which was written by guitarist Adam DeMicco and drummer Austin Archey and was produced by Josh Schroeder (The Color Morale, In Hearts Wake). Immortal is available to stream and purchase HERE.

Formed in 2010, LORNA SHORE is quick to surpass expectations with 2012’s Bone Kingdom EP and it’s follow-up, 2013’s Malificium EP, which peaked at #3 on the US iTunes Metal charts.

Through each release, LORNA SHORE continues to prove themselves to be an increasingly formidable force and a ferocious live proposition. 2017’s sophomore LP, Flesh Coffin showed a band that had moved beyond mere “deathcore” trappings and had evolved into a modern metal band, as uncompromising and accomplished as any of their contemporaries or influences. Topping their previous output with their third full-length and Century Media debut, Immortal was refined and perfected over a two-year period. Immortal marks the next stage in LORNA SHORE’s development as America’s newest extreme metal powerhouse.

“Lorna Shore is about to make you mosh around your house thanks to their new track ‘Death Portrait’.” – Metal Injection


“To anyone who wants solid and masterfully executed deathcore through and through, Immortal is your newest favorite.” – Metal Sucks


“Lorna Shore is, indeed, a deathcore band, and Immortal proves that they just might be the very best.” – Metal Insider




Source: Century media