Watch: Lorna Shore Decimate Mainstream Music Audience At Lollapalooza

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Yesterday, July 28th, deathcore act Lorna Shore played Lollapalooza and unleashed a ferocious live set upon the audience. We imagine that the gurgling demonic vocals of band singer Will Ramos were pretty startling to hear for those folks trying to find some laid back folk music.

Just the other day, while on The Jasta Show, Ramos shared why he feels it is a great benefit to metal bands to play a mainstream music festival like Lollapalooza.

And from the looks of their show, it seems that the band really blew away their audience. Below you can find multiple videos pertaining to Lorna Shore’s Lollapalooza set.

In other Lolla related news, did you hear how, during their set yesterday, Metallica paid tribute to Stranger Things‘ Eddie Munson? In other Lorna Shore related news, they just released a brand new single! You can check out their new single “Cursed To Die” below (and pre-order their upcoming album Pain Remains here). Also check below these videos for other Lorna Shore articles.

Back in June, Will Ramos went about having a camera placed down his throat in order to show folks what is going on internally when he is unleashing his guttural vocals! Ramos also took part in a fun game where he would hear some kind of gnarly sound, and he had to guess if the sound belonged to a metal vocalist or to an animal. Links to both stories can be found below.

Watch: Want To See The Inside Of Lorna Shore Singer’s Throat As He Screams Harsh Vocals?

Watch: Lorna Shore Singer Plays Game Where He Has To Guess Whether Metal Vocals Are Human Or Animal

Upcoming Lorna Shore tour dates:

8/5 – Oslo – Parkteateret
8/7 – Copenhagen – Pumpehuset
8/9 – Warsaw – Proxima
8/6 – Rättvik – Dalhalla Brinner
8/10 – Jaromer – Brutal Assault
8/12 – Kortrijk – Alcatraz Open Air
8/13 – Catton Hall – Bloodstock Open Air
8/19 – Dinkelsbühl – Summer Breeze
8/20 – Trier – Summerblast Festival
8/22 – Saint-Nolff – Motocultor Festival
9/9 – Leipzig – Quarterback Immobilien Arena
9/10 – Prague – Forum Karlin
9/12 – Brussels – Forest National
9/13 – Esch-sur-Alzette – Rockhal
9/14 – Frankfurt – Festhalle
9/16 – Zürich – Samsung Hall
9/17 – Munich – Olympiahalle
9/18 – Vienna – Stadthalle
9/20 – Berlin – Velodrom
9/21 – Hamburg – Barclays Arena
9/23 – Amsterdam – AFAS Live
9/24 – Dortmund – Westfalenhalle
9/25 – Stuttgart – Schleyerhalle
9/27 – Paris – Zenith
9/22 – London – Alexandra Palace
10/1 – Manchester – AO Arena
10/2 – Nottingham – Motorpoint Arena
10/3 – Cardiff – Motorpoint Arena