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Calgary’s Lost In Static Immortalize Lost Friend With New Single “Jordan”

From Calgary, Alberta, metalcore is alive and rowdy thanks to Lost In Static. They have made a name for themselves locally and with the new single, “Jordan”, the band is continuing to entice listeners at home and abroad.

This single is going to be on Lost In Static’s debut self-titled album released later this year. The heartfelt and personal song has special meaning to the band, which they explain in their own words:

“Our new single “Jordan” is our second track to be released from our upcoming debut record. ‘Jordan’ was a childhood friend who unfortunately lost his life from drinking and driving. This song was written in his honour. It’s heavy, it’s beautiful and we hope everyone is going to love it as much as we do!”. 

The combination of solid riffs and juxtaposed vocals show a somber and passionate side of Lost In Static while keeping with the heaviness that is the staple of the genre. Lost In Static takes their craft to a new level and will definitely be intriguing for heavy music lovers of all kinds.   

Recommended for fans of After the Burial, Veil of Maya, and Born of Osiris this is true metalcore. 

Lost In Static
[July 30, 2020]
djent, djentcore, metalcore
Base:  Calgary, Alberta – Canada
Label / Booking / Press: 
Asher Media

L-R – Lance MacBain (Guitar), Centre Left – Tyler Johansen (Drums), Centre Right – Noureen Amin (Vocals), Far Right – Jared Boyd (Bass)
Photographer: Joe Miles – Instagram: @shotbyjoe_photography

Fresh out of Calgary, Canada comes Lost In Static. What started as a cover band called Moron Mountain many years ago has now fully blossomed into an original metal act that has been playing stages since early 2019.

Comprised of seasoned musicians Lance MacBain, Noureen Amin, Jared Boyd, Tyler Johansen the metal band has just started their musical journey fusing the djent elements of progressive metal with metalcore. 

The group works together to create music that is both aggressive and fun, with MacBain generally writing the music and MacBain, Johansen and Boyd collectively writing the lyrics. Relating to their band name, the messages they send through their lyrics convey relation to the feeling of getting lost in the “static” of the world, and all the events that take place; an almost overwhelming feeling of white noise.

With an emphasis on producing a tight live show full of headbanging, energy and moshing, Lost In Static is hitting the ground running with their debut album being released soon.



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