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A life once lost

A Life Once Lost is an American metalcore band from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Over the course of their career, members have been playing alongside bands such as Throwdown, Zao, As I Lay Dying, Lamb of God, Clutch, Opeth and Strapping Young Lad, and participated in Ozzfest in 2006. In 2013, announces his separation.

A Life Once Lost is formed during the year 1999 in Philadelphia by its singer, Robert Meadows. The following year, the formation signed a contract with the Robotic Empire label and released its first studio album, Open Your Mouth for the Speechless ... In Case of Those Appointed to Die , as well as a second opus, The Fourth Plague: Flies , January 24, 2003>. In 2003, shortly after releasing his album The Fourth Plague: Flies , the band quit its label to sign a contract with Deathwish Inc., and release a third studio album, A Great Artist , June 17, 2003>. Shortly after the release of his third album, the band released another album, Hunter , June 28, 2005>, which will make it known on the international scene and get it out of the Philadelphia underground scene. This album is released under the label Ferret Records>.

In March 2012, the group announces to enter recording studio with the producer Andreas Magnusson (Black Dahlia Murder, Impending Doom) in April and May 2012 for a new album>. On July 31, 2012, the band announced "Ecstatic Trance " as their fifth album. It is published on October 23, 2012>. The band goes on a promotional tour with Revocation and KEN mode. On July 12, 2013, the group announces its separation >>>.

After the split of the group, Douglas Sabolick and Jordan Crouse founded the group Ecstatic Vision.

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