Employing a sinister blend of goth-metal and dark industrial rock, Germany's Lord of the Lost was founded in 2007 by vocalist/guitarist Chris Harms, who had previously fronted Hamburg-based gloom-rockers Philiae.
The group released its first studio LP, Fears, in 2010, with Antagony arriving the following year. 2012's Die Tomorrow saw the band crack the German charts for the first time, paving the way for subsequent successes like From the Flame Into the Fire (2014), Swan Songs (2015), Empyrean (2016), and Swan Songs, Vol. 2 (2017). ~ James Christopher Monger, Rovi