The new single from Lord Of The Lost is pretty much the most unusual summer hit, ever. Latin-feeling meets hard Dark-Metal in a catchy anthem. With a Blutengel-remix, a ?slightly different? reinterpretation of the title song plus two exclusive B-sides!
Brace yourself! The successful Hamburg-based Dark-Rock-band Lord Of The Lost presents the ultimate Gothic-Salsa-Death-Metal-Crossover-summer-hit. Sounds weird? Well, you'll be amazed to find how cool it actually is. With ?La Bomba?, the group has created an anthem that will give you the urge to shake those hips while headbanging away like a madman. At the same time, your vocal chords will be put to a stress test due to a melody that will ingrain itself in your brain for ages. Harsh guitar riffs, aggressive growls and a thoroughly sinister undertone are fused with a Latin groove to create a song that seems as unlikely to grip you at first listen as they come, but which sucks you in all the faster to become one of those addictive tunes that just won't leave you.
First field studies on unsuspecting audiences at recent live shows have resulted in sexy contortions and wild partying. To make the party factor even bigger, Berlin-based hit-machine Blutengel has provided a highly club-compatible remix, while the band provides us with an alternative version of the title song which is aptly titled ?La(tin) Bomba (Official Not Very Dark Remix)?, a Cumbia-inferno that will have hordes of black-clad people shaking their booties in full corpse paint at the Copacabana pass before your inner eye. To top things off, Lord Of The Lost are also including two exclusive B-side songs, with the brutal ?IDGAF? being the hardest song the band has ever released, while ?When You're Asleep? is a gripping Gothic-Metal-anthem. With ?La Bomba?, Lord Of The Lost again manage to establish themselves as a sonic cornucopia and as one of the most original Rock-infernos to come out of the scene.