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Friday, May 15, 2020

Lord Of The Lost - "A One Ton Heart" [Metal & X-Core]

A One Ton Heart

"A One Ton Heart" music video by Lord Of The Lost
Added: 15-05-2020
Genre : Metal & X-Core
Description : LORD OF THE LOST - A One Ton Heart (Official Video) | Napalm Records

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1st violence - Jantonio Pivaldi
2nd violence - Wolfgang Harmsadeus Lordzart
Violata - Giuseppe Gerdi
Violencello - Igor Klaasinski
Bass violence - Ludwig van Nikhoven

Directed by Chris Harms

Editing and Color Grading by VDPictures

Camera by Jan Season (DOP), Lennard Schmitt, Maksim Pilipeyko

Set Photos by Jenet Bonishi

Make Up: Jessica Mathies

„A One Ton Heart“
Music & Lyrics by Chris Harms
Published by Schubert Music Publishing

Filmed at:
Friedrich-Ebert-Halle, Hamburg-Harburg, in March 1777

LOTL are actually destroying gear by the following brands:
Cyan Guitars - Stanford
Dixon - Zultan - Los Cabos - Duallist
Ahead - Cympad - Drum Candy - Rohema
Line6 - Roland - Audix - SPL - Hearsafe - Kryolan

No living instruments were harmed during the filming of this music video clip.
All instruments have already been dead and unplayable before.
After the shoot their mortal remains have been cremated in an adequate satanic ritual.
(Special thanks to everyone who donated these dead instruments!)



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).

Tags : 2020, 20s, Lord Of The Lost