Lost in a Name – Buried In The Static

Love the drums and guitars right off the bat. I really dig heavy percussion in my music. When the vocals kicked in I was really pleased. I like the higher register of his voice. I works so well with their musical style. I feel like there are some Three Day’s Grace influences at work here and that is enough to make me smile. There are several moments in this song that reminded me a bit of the type of percussion you see in Slipknot songs. Man I love that. I’m not trying to compare these bands. That would be a disservice to all the bands involved but I’m feelin’ it all right now. Listening to the guitar work is a real treat. From time to time there are these riffs that are going to end up locked in your noggin.

Would I Listen to More of Their Stuff: Yes please! I listened to this tune a few times and the more I listened to it the more I loved it. I’m excited to see what else they have going on and at some point I would like to see them live. Are they playistable? Oh so!


Who They Are: Lost In A Name is catchy, guitar driven rock with melodic vocals and big choruses. Their powerful melodies are beautifully interwoven with technical and innovative guitar riffs to bring you a rare blend of musicianship, and radio friendly hooks that are bound to get stuck in your head. Fans enjoy their guitar-driven original music as well as the unique way they “modernize” cover songs, such as “Come Together” and “Take on Me”.

The Band is:

Danny Schmitz=Guitar/Vox
Jeffro Lackscheide=Guitar
Bryce Schmidtke=Bass/Vox
Steve Lee=Drums

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