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Lost Relics unveil brand new music video for the first single »Unrealistic Cause« taken from their upcoming EP »Now We’re Even«

Denver, Colorado stoner metal outfit Lost Relics featuring members of Low Gravity, The Worth and Smolder And Burn, has unveiled brand new music video for their latest single »Unrealistic Cause«, available now for streaming on all digital platforms.

»Unrealistic Cause« is the first single from their upcoming EP »Now We’re Even«, to be released in early 2021 via Coffin & Bolt Records / Golden Robot Records.

Courtesy of Coffin & Bolt Records:

Denver dirt rockers Lost Relics are set to release their new single »Unrealistic Cause« on November 30th via Coffin & Bolt / Golden Robot Records. Sludgy, doomy and damn riff heavy Lost Relics come at you with the same intensity of some of their contemporaries Corrosion Of Conformity, Down, Crowbar and Clutch.

The weight of indifference is the boulder that crushes our society. Empathy is dead and with it so are we. It is an »Unrealistic Cause«. Lost Relics employ Richter scale riffs to manifest the emotional density of these troubled times. Songs of protest. Songs of desperation. Songs for the end.

About Lost Relics:
Volume. Riffs. Apathy. Lost Relics Formed in 2019 and have been gaining steam since the day they plugged in. Formed from the ashes of Low Gravity, The Worth and Smolder And Burn, Marc Brooks, Jess Ellis, Jason James and Greg Mason quickly hit the ground rolling with their monstrous riffs with breakneck changes and dual vocal delivery. After releasing their self-titled EP in February of 2019, they have steadily been taking the stage to open for national acts and playing festivals across the front range of Colorado. After teaming up with Coffin & Bolt Records in September of 2020, Lost Relics is now in the process of finishing up and EP for release early 2021.

Lost Relics is:
Jason O. James – Bass, Vocals
Greg Mason – Drums
Jess Ellis – Guitar, Vocals
Marc Brooks – Guitar

Bojan Bidovc // music enthusiast, promoter, misanthrop and sometimes a journalist as well

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