Lost in Thought
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|Lost In Thought|
|Origin||Swansea, United Kingdom|
|Genres||Progressive metal, power metal, symphonic metal|
|Labels||Inner Wound Records|
|Associated acts||Dream Theater, Anubis Gate, Delain, Serenity, Circus Maximus, Seventh Wonder, Threshold, Pagan's Mind, Queensrÿche, Aeon Zen, James LaBrie, Symphony X|
Lost in Thought is a five-piece melodic progressive metal band from Wales (UK). The band formed in Swansea in late 2007.
To date the band have recorded their debut album 'Opus Arise' which has been released through Inner Wound Records. The band announced in April 2013 that their 2nd album has been abandoned and Lost In Thought had come to an end announcing that the band "was pretty much torn into two halves."
In January 2016 the band announced that they had reformed and that a second album was in the works.
Lost In Thought formed in late 2007 when David Grey and Simon Pike embarked on a quest to find other musicians to compose and perform progressive tinged music with and found Greg Baker and Chris Billingham. After completing their line-up with vocalist Nate Loosemore, the band recorded a demo EP early 2010 which secured them a management deal with Intromental Worldwide. After a few months in the studio recording 'Opus Arise' the band's management secured them a record deal with Inner Wound Records in Sweden.
Nate Loosemore and David Grey reformed Lost In Thought in January 2016 and the band is currently in the studio set for their 2nd album release later on in the year. 2016 saw the return of founding member and drummer Chris Billingham. He returned to the band after a miraculous recovery following a horrific road traffic collision whilst he was playing with the band in 2011.
Musical style and response
A new generation of Progressive Metal has been born in Wales by the up-and-coming Lost In Thought. Lost In Thought formed in late 2007 when David Grey and Simon Pike embarked on a quest to find other musicians to compose and perform progressive tinged music with. Linking with Greg Baker and Chris Billingham, they soon became a force to be reckoned with in their home of UK.
After completing their line-up with vocalist Nate Loosemore, the band recorded a demo EP early 2010, immediately grabbing the attention of well-renowned booking and management company Intromental Worldwide.
The band's music is generally described as having something in it for fans of many genres of music, incorporating elements of music ranging from classical to metal and having dynamic vocals.