It seems like the Detroit Red Wings can’t get enough metal, for one of their recent games just kicked off with some Lorna Shore! Last month, we shared that the hockey team entered their stadium to that of The Black Dahlia Murder’s “On Stirring Seas of Salted Blood,” which is a track off the band’s 2011 album Ritual. While this may have been a major introduction to heavy music for several Red Wings fans, the team stepped it up with even more sonic brutality, this time making their entrance to that of Lorna Shore’s “To The Hellfire.” You can catch that introduction via the clip below (as shared by the Lorna Shore Twitter account).
‘To The Hellfire’ being played in Detroit at the @DetroitRedWings arena 🔥 pic.twitter.com/ZnZTYMb2zd
— Lorna Shore (@LornaShore) February 14, 2022
Rarely do we see sports embrace the world of brutal music – typically the safe approach to playing heavy music is something along the lines of Metallica. But to play Lorna Shore at full blast, that’s an awesome moment for metal in the mainstream, as well as excellent publicity for the band!
“To The Hellfire” comes off the band’s 2021 EP, …And I Return To Nothingness, which features their new vocalist Will Ramos. The track has already been catching the attention of many, MANY folks, the view count of the music video alone being over 7 million!
Ramos’ vocals are also disgustingly awesome, with the popular YouTube channel The Charismatic Voice providing a breakdown of the young deathcore vocalist’s mad skills.
As of this May, Lorna Shore will be hitting the road for the Chaos & Carnage 2022 Tour, which includes Suicide Silence, Carnifex, Upon A Burning Body, Signs Of The Swarm, AngelMaker, and Distant. All dates and locations can be found below.
5/6 Sacramento, CA – Ace of Spades
5/7 Portland, OR – Bossanova Ballroom
5/8 Seattle, WA – El Corazon
5/10 Grand Junction, CO – Mesa Theater
5/11 Denver, CO – Oriental Theater
5/13 Minneapolis, MN – Cabooze
5/14 Chicago, IL – WC Social Club
5/15 Pontiac, MI – Crofoot
5/17 Columbus, OH – King of Clubs
5/18 Pittsburgh, PA – Jergels
5/19 Boston, MA – Big Night Live
5/20 New York, NY – Gramercy Theatre
5/21 Reading, PA – Reverb
5/22 Baltimore, MD – Soundstage
5/24 Atlanta, GA – The Masquerade
5/25 Tampa, FL – Orpheum
5/27 Arlington, TX – So What Festival
5/28 Houston, TX – Warehouse Live
5/29 San Antonio, TX – Paper Tiger
5/31 Albuquerque, NM – El Rey Theatre
6/1 Mesa, AZ – Nile Theatre
6/2 Las Vegas NV – 24 Oxford
6/3 Anaheim, CA – House of Blues
6/4 Los Angeles, CA – Regent Theater
Words by: Michael Pementel