Lost In Pain
LU Niederkorn – Groove Metal / Hard Rock / Metal / Heavy Metal / Thrash Metal
Lost In Pain


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Members 4
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Lost In Pain
Edit-artist-releases-release-placeholder Gold Hunters Album 2018
Edit-artist-releases-release-placeholder Lost In Pain Album 2011
Edit-artist-releases-release-placeholder Stronger than never Mixtape 2009
Noiseworks Records
Edit-artist-releases-release-placeholder Plague Inc. Album 2015
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Lost In Pain is a Heavy Metal quartet from Luxembourg.

The band was formed by songwriter, guitarist and lead singer Hugo Nogueira Centeno in 2008 by the age of 15.

After a long search for musicians, Luca Daresta (13), Andy Fixmer (16) and Dario Raguso (16) finally came up and the band was complete and ready to play their first gig.

The current line-up consists of: Hugo Nogueira Centeno, Dario Raguso, Luca Daresta and Nathalie Haas.

In 2009 the band played and won their first contest Rock the South which gave them the occasion to work with Charel Stoltz and record their first demo. In 2010 Nathalie Haas joined the band taking Andy's place on the bass.

After countless shows between 2009 and 2011, the band finally produced their first full-length album “Lost In Pain” in 2011 and in 2015 their second album, “Plague Inc.” both played and released in front of a fully crowded Rockhal in Luxembourg.

In almost 10 years of madness, Lost In Pain shared the stage with major artists like: Soundgarden, Sepultura, Havok, Alice In Chains, Therapy?, Skrillex, Xutos & Pontapés and many more.

Since their first two albums “Lost in Pain” (2011) and “Plague Inc.” (2015), the band have developed their style from a nineties infused Metal to a more contemporary Metal, now culminating in “Gold Hunters”.

Inspired by the famous Annunaki mythology, the new album has a distinct sound, combining melodic passages with heavy guitar riffage.