Oct 232015

Lost Soul-Atlantis-The New Beginning


(KevinP provides the following introduction to our premiere of the new album by Poland’s Lost Soul.)

Poland’s death metal masters, Lost Soul, return with their fifth full-length album, Atlantis:  The New Beginning, via Apostasy Records on October 30, 2015.  Today we proudly present to you the exclusive North American stream of this new opus.

Mainman/founding member Jacek Grecki (vocals/guitar) and Damian Czajkowski (bass) return with the band’s first new material since 2009’s Immerse in Infinity.  Making their recording debut with Lost Soul are Asmodeus Draco Dux (drums) and Marek Golas (guitars), who both joined in 2012.

If you like what you hear (and who are we kidding, YOU WILL), stay tuned — as on Monday, October 26, we will GET TO THE POINT in an interview with Jacek Grecki.  See the links below to grab digital and physical copies of the album (vinyl will be released in February 2016).





The album was produced by Jacek Grecki. The mixing and mastering was done by Wojtek and Sławek Wiesławski at Hertz Studios (Behemoth, Vader, Decapitated…). Grecki has described the album as follows:

Atlantis is damn fast, heavy, evil, dark, spacious, extremely massive and technical. It’s no doubt a full-blown, merciless metal album. We managed to structure it in a way so you can hear the evil, darkness, air and power. Speed was not our focus. While complicated parts are still there, it is a very listenable record by all means. The album is less intense than previous. You can find more slow to mid tempos. Damian and Maro did a few vocal parts. We also invited several guests, among them was Dave Suzuki, who did one solo. We have two women’s voices and a friend of ours recorded a flamenco guitar part. A few songs and interludes feature choir parts (Wroclaw Philharmonic Orchestra) – which is already like the icing on the cake. On top of that – my vocals.”




  1. Yup, it sounds awesome 😀

  2. Amazing stuff, definitely top 10 of this year releases!

  3. It very well could be 🙂

  4. Now that I have reattached my face to my skull, I can safely say that this is one of the very best death metal albums that I have heard this year – probably better than Sulphur Aeon’s Gateway to the Antisphere, and rivalling Abyssal’s Antikatastaseis. There is so much going on in each track, with wonderful displays of technicality, but all guided by a sense of restraint and in the service of great and memorable compositions.

  5. Well said 🙂

  6. Wow too damn brutal!!!!

  7. wow, this is crazy good!

  8. Really enjoying the composition and melodies in this one. I can’t pinpoint what it is, but it reminds me of early Edge of Sanity 😀

  9. My goodness… Thy Catafalque and Lost Soul will have a tremendous fight over my top slot this year. Atlantis is a magnificent piece of death metal. Amazing band.

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