Lorna Shore have steadily made a name for themselves climbing the ranks as one of the premiere names in the death core genre. Formed in 2010 the band released a couple of EP’s and grew their fan base. Gaining popularity, the band would go on to sign to Outerloop Records and drop their sophomore album Flesh Coffin, which would be the last with their original lineup. Following the departure of their singer and bassist, Adam De Micco was the sole original member left in Lorna Shore, who would continue to lead the band forward. The bands latest album Immortal, their first since signing with Century Media Records, was lauded as one of the most anticipated of 202o, but wasn’t without it’s controversies as new vocalist Cj McCreery was caught up in a slew of sexual abuse scandals that marred the release of the bands album. The band is still going on despite having no new vocalist names as of yet.
Guitarist Adam De Micco opens up about the recording process of the bands latest album, Immortal, and some of the issues the band has endured to get the record out. De Micco also shares his feelings on almost having all of his hard work taken away for actions he wasn’t even involved in and more.
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