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528 American Deathcore Band

Lorna Shore, hailing from Warren County, New Jersey, is an American deathcore band that was formed in 2010. The band's initial lineup consisted of vocalist Ray Meoni, guitarists Aaron Brown and Jeff Moskovciak, bassist Gary Herrera, and drummer Scott Cooper. However, even before their first recordings, Meoni left the band, and Tom Barber joined as his replacement.

The band's first few years were marked by the release of two mini-albums, "Triumph" in 2010 and "Bone Kingdom" in 2012. However, these releases did not garner much attention, and only Herrera remained from the original members of the band.

Lorna Shore finally caught a break with the release of their debut album, "Psalms," on June 9, 2015, with the help of Density Records. Despite the departure of Herrera after the release of the album, the band continued to gain momentum and signed with Outerloop Records, releasing their second album, "Flesh Coffin," on February 17, 2017. The album was well-received by fans and critics alike, further solidifying Lorna Shore's position in the metal scene.

However, the band faced a setback when Tom Barber announced his departure in April 2018 to join Chelsea Grin. CJ McCreery, the former vocalist of Signs of the Swarm, took over as the band's new vocalist and contributed to the recording of their third album, "Immortal." However, shortly before the album's release, McCreery was fired from the band, leading to the cancellation of concerts in Asia. Will Ramos then stepped in as the band's new vocalist for their European tour and eventually became the band's official vocalist.

Under Ramos's leadership, Lorna Shore released a mini-album titled "...And I Return to Nothingness," which featured the band's most popular song to date, "To the Hellfire." The track was voted the best metal track of 2021 by Loudwire magazine. With a new lineup and a growing fanbase, Lorna Shore is poised to continue making waves in the deathcore scene. Browse A to Z all Lorna Shore Lyrics, songs, and albums below.