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A Life Once Lost

Originally formed in 1999, Philadelphia’s A Life Once Shed joined a quickly growing fraternity of metalcore bands (Converge, God Forbid, Killswitch Engage, to mention but several) spread over the U.S. Eastern Seaboard — over another couple of years, these groupings helped define the so-called New Influx of American ROCK. Offering vocalist Robert Meadows, guitarists Robert Carpenter and Douglas Sabolick, bassist Nick Frasca, and drummer Justin Graves, their produces include 2000’s Open up THE MOUTH AREA for the Speechless… LP, and 2003’s AN EXCELLENT Artist LP as well as the 4th Plague: Flies EP. Those last two albums not merely snagged the people travels with Throwdown, Breather Resist, Deceased to Fall, and even more, but also the interest of Nora’s Carl Severson. He ultimately signed the music group to Ferret Music, which in turn released the LP Hunter in 2005.

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