Creepfest II free t-shirts with entry!!!
Gashouse Radio presents: The Lost Will Follow, Easy Company, Dead:Stop (CD Release) and Ego Alien at Dockside!
Join us Saturday May 31st (rain date Sunday June 1st) from 12 to 6 pm at Indian Acres Tree Farm - 111 Tuckerton Road, Medford NJ *****************FREE ADMISSION************************ 6 local bands featuring The Defused Beer Garden & catered Food 4 purchase Adoptable Pets from local rescues - Paw It 4ward, One Love Animal Rescue, All They Need Is Love Animal Rescue, West Jersey Volunteers for Animals, Balanced Buddies ResQ, Joa's Arc, Lynn's Animal Rescue & Feline Friends NJ Family Friendly activities - moon bounce, rock wall, face painting and more! Check out our website for details: www.rock4pawsfest.com www.pawit4wardfoundation.com
Elephants for Autism Festival May 16th through May 18th. 2 Venues.
Sounds Like: Magnificent Birds of Prey, Amber Ladd, The Defused, Epicyon, Amelia Scalies - Singer Song Writer
Manager: Gary Veach/Simon Altham
Bio: The Lost Will Follow were formed in early 2011 when guitarist Gary Veach and bassist Clayton Foltz started to jam with guitarist Jeff Vilardo. After developing a few tunes together guitarist Ken Szwak was brought into the band around September of 2011. Vocalist Rich Jordan was brought in to take ...See Full Bio
: Attention Fans! We are happy to announce the release of our new website. Please check it out at... http://t.co/t7Y8CWobti
“BAND ON FIRE Band Review: The Lost Will Follow By Linda Freeman, TIW Music This is one hard rocking band. When I go through their Reverbnation playlist, by the time I reach the aptly named "Olympic Torch," it feels like sonic energy is shooting out from my headphones. This is followed by "Get Me Out," a Nirvana-ish song that explodes with blazing guitar riffs and frenetic drumming. Clearly, "The Lost Will Follow" has a lot of versatility and range. "I Can't Believe" features Rich Jordan in a soulful lead vocal (backed by an early-'60s-sounding vocal chorus) supported by classic hard rock guitars and drumming. As you hear more of their music, you're treated to a big helping of heavy rock and metal with some tasty grunge on "Get Me Out". I can't help but wonder what surprises are in store on their upcoming album.”
Ask The Lost Will Follow anything...
Q: How long has your guitar player been gay
A: Which one?
Asked by anonymous. Answered on Mon Dec 08 2014All Questions