Lorna Shore just dropped a Deathcore Ballad, Fans React

Lorna Shore continue to impress, finding the perfect mix between deathcore and melodic moments on their brand new single and video for “Pain Remains I: Dancing Like Flames.” The song can be seen as a deathcore ballad with its solemn opening moments before fury and heaviness sets in.

The song is part of the band’s fourth full-length release, Pain remains, with the set including a three-part narrative, as the song title “Pain Remains I” could indicate. The band says of their “Pain Trilogy,” “The Pain Trilogy is a three-part narrative that focuses on the stages of grief and vulnerability and exemplifies it through a love story. The first song, ‘Pain Remains I: Dancing like Flames’ begins with the protagonist, who falls in love with the person of his dreams He decides to turn to this reality as a sense of purpose despite knowing that the closer he gets to his goal the further it seems to drift away.”

The band helps tell the song’s story with a striking music video directed by David Brodsky for MyGoodEye. It features a mix of the band performing against a dark, lightning-lit backdrop with the narrative element following a man’s reflection of happier times with the love of his life as he sits blacked out by her hospital bed. You can watch the video and take a deeper dive into the lyrics below. And if you like what you hear, the song is available on this location.

Lorna Shore, “Pain Remains I: Dancing Like Flames” lyrics

catch me
Be my escape
I can’t look away
You were my everything

If the past is just dust
Then the future could be our dream
If all we have is now; this eternity
Turn on my satisfaction
Swallow me up

We dance like flames flickering in the night
We sway with the wind before melting away
You are far from my reach, but not far out of sight
You know the way to my heart, but you’re just playing
the strings again

Flickering like shadows dancing across the flame
Captivating, hypnotized
By the fire in her eyes
You surprised me
And then you disappeared in an instant

Pull me into the fire
Consume me in flames
catch me
Pull me towards my ecstasy

Flickering like shadows that dance across the flames
Enchanting, hypnotized
Take what’s left of my life
A wrinkle in time
Where are you going

A wrinkle in time
Take what’s left of my life
Before you go, show me how it is
finally to know
The face behind the silhouette in this world I made
to be infinite
But within the scope – I finally see
A world without you is not meant for me

Where do you go when I close my eyes?
What do you look back at me
Am I just a ghost like you caught between
seams of two intertwined melodies

Lorna Shore, “Pain Remains I: Dancing Like Flames”

The song and video have elicited some positive comments from fans. A YouTube poster offered: “Somehow Lorna has broken the system and let everyone know what to expect without knowing what to expect.”

Another commented on the beauty of the heaviness, saying: “This has to be the most beautiful deathcore song I’ve ever heard. It has so much emotion and the melody is so good.” Echoing that sentiment, another commenter said: “Lorna really delivers hit after hit! The melody at the beginning brought me to tears, the lyrics are relentless and painfully relatable to me personally. This song resonated with me in a way that most songs fail. to do. This one is very special and will shoot Lorna Shore to a new level of popularity.”

And yet another commented on the song’s emotional impact: “I really cried. The lyrics are beautiful. The music is perfect. What a masterpiece. Lorna Shore does it again. I don’t know if I want to cry or rock out at your show. .”

Fans also shared their love via Twitter. Nik Nocturnal wrote: “Lorna Shore just released a ‘Deathcore Ballad’ and it’s still heavier than 90% of modern metal bands in both emotion and brutality.”

Another fan offered: “You know the cry was good when you wake up with a sore chest, puffy eyes and a headache. Thanks Lorna Shore.” And another perfectly summed up Lorna Shore’s latest statement, “This band just so easily shattered every expectation I have of them. This is way beyond extreme metal. Holy fuck. @lornashore you guys have really outdone yourself.”

As said, “Pain Remains I: Dancing Like Flames” is part of the upcoming Pain remains album to be released Oct. 14. It follows their previously released videos for “Sun//Eater“”Into the Earth“and”Cursed to die.” Album pre-orders are available here and the artwork and tracklist can be seen at the bottom of this post.

You can also look for Lorna Shore on tour, currently supporting Parkway Drive and While She Sleeps in Europe, with a North American trek to follow in October and November. See the dates below. Get your tickets here.

Lorna Shore, Pain remains Album images + track list

Lorna Shore, ‘Pain Remains’

media of the century

1. Welcome back, O’ Sleeping Dreamer
2. Into the ground
3. Sun//Eating
4. Cursed to die
5. Soulless existence
6. Apotheosis
7. Anger
8. Pain Remains I: Dancing like flames
9. Pain Remains II: After everything I’ve done, I disappear
10. Pain Remains III: In a Sea of ​​Fire

Lorna Shore With Parkway Drive + While She Sleeps European Tour 2022

September 14 – Frankfurt, Germany @ Festhalle
September 16 – Zurich, Switzerland @ Samsung Hall
September 17 – Munich, Germany @ Olympiahalle
September 18 – Vienna, Austria @ Stadthalle
September 20 – Berlin, Germany @ Velodrom
September 21 – Hamburg, Germany @ Barclays Arena
September 23 – Amsterdam, Netherlands @ AFAS Live
September 24 – Dortmund, Germany @ Westfalenhalle
September 25 – Stuttgart, Germany @ Schleyerhalle
September 27 – Paris, France @ Zenith
September 30 – London, UK @ Alexandra Palace
Oct. 1 – Manchester, UK @ AO Arena
Oct. 2 – Nottingham, UK @ Motorpoint Arena
Oct. 3 – Cardiff, UK @ Motorpoint Arena

Lorna Shore / Aborted / Ingested / AngelMaker / Ov Sulfur 2022 North American Tour

Oct. 21 – Philadelphia, Pa. @ Theater for Living Art
Oct. 22 – New York, NY @ The Gramercy Theatre
Oct. 23 – Worcester, Mass. @ Palladium
Oct. 24 – Baltimore, Md. @ Baltimore Soundstage
Oct. 25 – Charlotte, NC @ Neighborhood Theatre
Oct. 26 – Nashville, Tenn. @ Brooklyn Bowl Nashville
Oct. 27 – Atlanta, Ga. @ Masquerade (Heaven)
Oct. 28 – Tampa, Fla. @ Orpheum
Oct. 29 – Orlando, Fla. @ The monastery
Oct. 31 – Houston, Texas @ White Oak Music Hall
November 1 – San Antonio, Texas @ Vibes Event Center
November 2 – Fort Worth, Texas @ Ridglea Theater
November 4 – Mesa, Ariz. @ Nile Theater
November 5 – Los Angeles, California. @ 1720
November 6 – Roseville, California. @ Goldfield Trading Post
November 8 – Seattle, Washington. @ El Corazon
November 9 – Portland, Ore. @ Hawthorne Theatre
November 11 – Salt Lake City, Utah @ The Complex
November 12 – Denver, Colo. @ Summit
November 13 – Lawrence, Kan. @ The Bottleneck
November 15 – Chicago, Ill. @ The Bottom Lounge
November 16 – Detroit, Mich. @St. Andrews Hall
November 17 – Cleveland, Ohio @ House of Blues
November 18 – McKees Rocks, Pa. @ Roxian Theatre
November 19 – Toronto, Ontario @ Phoenix Concert Theatre
November 20 – Montreal, Quebec @ L’astral

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