Review from 'Music Life Magazine' of Saint Of Lost Souls Album
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*Melodic rock veterans House of Lords will be releasing their latest album, Saint of the Lost Souls, on March 24th, 2017.
Celebrating a legacy that stretches back into the days when melodic hard rock was on the ascendance within the music industry, House of Lords continues to fly the flag high for that popular genre of music. And with the March 24 release of their 11th studio album – and seventh since 2005 – Saint of the Lost Souls, the band is adding to an impressive catalogue of songs that has marked House of Lords out as one of the most prolific groups of the past decade.
Saint of the Lost Souls sees the band expertly bringing to the fore its trademark focus on searingly potent melodies, superior musicianship and songs that are truly uplifting, both musically and lyrically. And while this form of music is not at nearly the same level of popularity in North America as it was back when House of Lords was touring with the likes of Cheap Trick, Ozzy Osbourne and the Scorpions, elsewhere in the world, House of Lords is revered for their proclivity for progressive sounding, musically intricate style.
Comprised of co-founder James Christian, long-time guitarist Jimi Bell, drummer B.J. Zampa and newcomer, bassist Chris Tristram, the band began its life in 1987, breaking up in 1993 before reforming in 2000. Since then, the band has released an album almost like clockwork every two years on average, to great critical and popular acclaim, especially across the Atlantic Ocean.
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