Lord of the Lost

Rock, Metal, Dark Rock, Gothic metal Germany www.lordofthelost.de
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Past concerts

Iron Maiden + Within Temptation + Lord of the Lost Warszawa, PGE Narodowy Iron Maiden + Within Temptation + Lord of the Lost
Iron Maiden + special guest: Airbourne + Lord Of The Lost Berlin, Waldbühne Berlin Iron Maiden + special guest: Airbourne + Lord Of The Lost
Iron Maiden + Airbourne + Lord Of The Lost Praha 10 – Vršovice, Sinobo Stadium Iron Maiden + Airbourne + Lord Of The Lost
Plage Noire 2022 Weissenhäuser Strand, Weissenhäuser Strand Plage Noire 2022
Lord of the Lost + support: Rain Diary Berlin, Huxleys Neue Welt Lord of the Lost + support: Rain Diary
Iron Maiden + support: Airbourne + Lord of the Lost Praha 10 – Vršovice, Sinobo Stadium Iron Maiden + support: Airbourne + Lord of the Lost

Videos

Lord Of The Lost  Morgana  Lord Of The Lost – Morgana 4:44 148 ×
Lord Of The Lost  On This Rock I Will Build My Church  Lord Of The Lost – On This Rock I Will Build My Church 5:42 97 ×
Lord Of The Lost  The Broken Ones  Lord Of The Lost – The Broken Ones 6:18 15 ×
Lord Of The Lost feat. Formalin  Raining Stars  Lord Of The Lost feat. Formalin – Raining Stars 7:10 13 ×
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About Lord of the Lost

Lord of the Lost is a German dark-rock band from Hamburg, Germany. The band was created by singer and frontman Chris Harms in 2007 originally as a solo project. While working on the initial songs and publishing them on MySpace, Harms received a lot of positive reception and realized that he would require a full band to play them live. He recruited other musicians from his friends in the Hamburg music scene to form the band and begin working on the first album. Harms originally called the project Lord but changed the name of the band to Lord of the Lost to avoid possible name disputes with Lordi and The Lords.

Lord of the Lost produces music across several genres including Metal and glam rock influenced by dark rock, industrial music, and symphonic Metal. In interviews with the magazine Orkus and the website Subexistance, Chris Harms has cited bands such as Rammstein, Marilyn Manson, Nine Inch Nails, and Lady Gaga as some of the many performers that he listens to and is influenced by.

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