Lost Symphony


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    The World Is Over - Jeff Loomis, Marty Friedman
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    This Life Moves Too Fast - David Ellefson, Jeff Loomis, Jimi Bell
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    Premeditated Destruction - Brock Richards, Jimi Bell, Matt LaPierre, Richard Shaw
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In evolution, one species gradually changes into another over time. It retains key elements, while assuming a new form.
The evolutionary trajectory of classical music points right to heavy metal. Symphonic bombast, drama, emotion, and virtuosity thrive between guitar solos and riffs in the same way they did when conjured by an orchestra. Lost Symphony connect the missing link between classical and metal. Founded by multi-instrumentalist and producer Benny Goodman, the core group consists of Benny, his brother Brian [compositions, arrangement], Cory Paza [bass, guitar], Kelly Kereliuk [guitar], Paul Lourenco [drums], and Starset’s Siobhán Cronin [violin, viola, electric violin]. Joined by a bevy of high-profile guests whose discographies span Guns N’ Roses, All That Remains, Starset, Cradle of Filth, Nevermore, Steel Panther, Trans-Siberian Orchestra and more, Lost Symphony roars to life on a trio of independent releases throughout 2020: Chapter I, Chapter II, and The Five Stages of Death and Dying EP.
Across Chapter I alone, the featured artists span Marty Friedman, Ron “Bumblefoot” Thal, Angel Vivaldi, David Ellefson, Joey Concepcion, Richard Shaw, Ethan Brosh, Satchel, Matt LaPierre, Jimi Bell, Conrad Simon, Brock Richards, and Hiyori Okuda, as well as late guitar hero and All That Remains founder, Oli Herbert.
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