From Wales, we present you LOST IN THOUGHT. They will replace City of Souls (they had to cancel because of bad touring plans by their booker) and will open the festival on the last day, Sundat October 6.

Seven years since the release of their debut album “Opus Arise”, Lost In Thought return with the release of their second album “Renascence”.
In 2011, after teaming up with Intromental Management, Lost In Thought released their debut album “Opus Arise” with Inner Wound Recordings. “Opus Arise”, mastered by Jacob Hansen (Volbeat, Amaranthe), instantly made a broad impression within the Progressive music scene. On the day of it’s release, April 29th 2011, Lost In Thought set off on their first European tour supporting Delain with Serenity. Unfortunately, just over two weeks into the tour it ended prematurely for Lost In Thought as their tour bus was involved in a traffic collision which seen drummer Chris Billingham in a critical state. A year later, the decision was made for Lost In Thought to end.
In 2016, Lost In Thought reformed and over the course of two years the new line up was completed. It was during this time, guitarist David Grey wrote the songs that would later become “Renascence”. The band then began recording their second album at David’s studio, Alarch Studios in their home town of Swansea. With “Renascence” now released, Lost In Thought look forward to returning to the stage once again throughout 2019 and beyond.

“Renascence’ is the highly anticipated follow-up to this UK prog metal band’s well-received debut, ‘Opus Arise’. It took the better part of eight years to materialise and, whilst I hoped it’d be good, I didn’t necessarily expect it to be this good. The album is incredible, from start to finish. And so, having listened to it back to back over the course of a few days, I realised I wasn’t done with it. I wanted to listen to it more and, when I did so, it got even better.” – Matt Spall, Man Of Much Metal

-- Bands -- ProgPower Europe 2019