The Bronx is one of five New York boroughs and is the northernmost borough, and the only borough located on the American mainland. The Bronx band Lost Legacy has not gone into the water, but steadily played brilliant concerts for over 20 years. So far the 2009 album Aftermath is their only full-length, but in March the second album In the Name Of Freedom will be released. The track Front Line is melodic and with heavy breakdown,
This latest release from these US metalers, delivers classic metal with a nice twin guitar assault that blends heavy melodic riffs, clever musicianship and a good singer. The band explains the concept of release. The concept of In The Name Of Freedom is our way to thank our men and women of the armed forces for their sacrifice. It’s not about glorifying war, but these gallant people give so much and are often forgotten.
«We believe that this album is a genuine representation of how we sound in a live setting. We take great pride in putting on a great show and when we approached this record, we wanted to have a live band feeling. Our fans will be pleased with the songs, the sound, and the production. The music has catchy guitar-driven riffs and soaring vocals. We promise it will deliver great energy and inspiration to fans of classic power metal».
Lost Legacy was founded in 1998 and is Power Metal band that is known for playing melodic music with an attitude. Combining lyrical stories that are based on real life situations with positive and uplifting messages. David Franco brings strong vocals and fronts the band with an energy that is infectious. Lost Legacy brings an assault of twin lead guitars, a heavy guitar sound and aggressive melodic riffs. The band builds on the classic sounds of Power Metal with a modern approach.
«We had a show with Judas Priestest in Queens NY at Blackthorn 51. One of their guitar players is John Petrucci’s wife Rena. John Petrucci was there and he stood right in front of me Jorge Pulido with his arms crossed and watching what I did in the entire set. As you can imagine. No Pressure! After our set he shook my hand and gave us a nice compliment».