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EMPTY TRAIL BLAZES WITH NEW SINGLE, ‘LOST’

The EP will be released in October and will feature a bonus track, 'My World.'

Texan rockers Empty Trail released their next single and first for Golden Robot Records, “Lost.” A bonafide arena rock smash with its epic chorus and brooding verses, the song is a phenomenon to be experienced live but also designed to blow up your stereo as well.

Frontman Rick Lambert describes the song as “a search for a missing piece. It may seem like anger, but it’s really loss. The Grief for something you can’t find anymore. It’s a cathartic release that everyone can relate to.”

Listen to “Lost” now on Spotify

Having been groomed on the riffs of Metallica and Megadeth and the dark emotions of Soundgarden and Alice In Chains, Empty Trail distil the best parts of these most iconic heavy hitting bands while maintaining authenticity. Catchy as hell and even poppy at times, each song on the Lost EP stands alone as well as complimenting the other tracks.

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In a world where singles are once again at the forefront over albums, Empty Trail have got an arsenal of songs to appeal to everyone. From the strained emotions of opener “Wait Around,” the driving groove of “Every Toll, to the slower, brooding “Reality” and the soaring stadium sounds of the EP’s anthemic title track, this is definitely all killer and no filler.

The Lost EP will be released on October 18, 2019 and will feature, “My World” as a bonus track.

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