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LORNA SHORE releases new single plus age-gated video for "Pain Remains II: After All I've Done; I'll Disappear"


The next chapter in the epic journey of Lorna Shore is there. Leading up to the release of new album, Pain Remains, due to be released on October 14th via Century Media Records, the band now release the single “Pain Remains II: After All I’ve Done, I’ll Disappear“. Currently streaming on all digital platforms, the age-gated video (directed by David Brodsky) is out now.

Watch “Pain Remains II: After All I’ve Done, I’ll Disappear” below.

The band comments on “The Pain Trilogy”:  “‘The Pain Trilogy’ is a three-part tale focusing on the stages of grief and vulnerability and exemplifying it through a love story. The first song ‘Pain Remains I: Dancing Like Flames’ begins with the main character becoming enamored by the person within his dreams. He decides to turn to this reality as a sense of purpose despite knowing that the closer he gets to his goal, the further it seems to drift away. This leads to the second song, ‘Pain Remains II: After All I’ve Done, I’ll Disappear’. This is the part where the person vanishes and the main character struggles to accept the pain. He as well wishes to disappear and seeks to throw it all away.
Lorna Shore  supports suicide prevention and support. We encourage all to speak to their issues and spark conversations that help and mend us all.”
Don’t miss the final part of the trilogy that will unfold when the album is released on October 14th! In the meantime, fans can also watch the previously released videos “Pain Remains I: Dancing like Flames”, “Sun//Eater”, “Into the Earth” and “Cursed to Die” below:

For Lorna Shore, 2020 was nothing short of a reckoning – in a career built on challenges, changes and a single-minded vision. For the New Jersey quintet, 2020 signaled the pandemic and cancelled tours. The following year presented the band with a staggering creative challenge in the form of the song, “To the Hellfire ” (currently at 11M+ views on YouTube, 22M+ streams on Spotify), from their hugely well-regarded EP …And I Return to Nothingness. Yet, through it all, they upped their sonic ante with their upcoming album, Pain Remains, that not only aligns with everything Lorna Shore has hinted at, but it also exceeds that – brutally and magnificently. “I’m a firm believer in the butterfly effect,” says guitarist Adam De Micco. “While you can try and boil it down to one song or one moment in a song, that’s just one moment in a career with a lot leading up to that.”  

“‘Hellfire’ was a big, viral moment for the band, but we are way more than just a viral 30-second breakdown band,”
 adds drummer Austin Archey.

Clocking in at just over an hour, Pain Remains is as far-reaching in scope as any modern extreme metal album. It thinks big, pushing beyond preconception or musical boundaries.


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