World Record is the second studio album by British rock band Lower Than Atlantis. Partway through the touring cycle for their Bretton (2008) EP, Lower Than Atlantis had several line-up changes. While writing songs for their debut album, Far Q (2010), the band's drummer left. They soon thought about drummer Eddy Thrower from We Stare at Mirrors, who the band had previously toured with, and called him, asking he if would like to partake in a practice session
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Released April 25, 2011. World Record Tracklist. 1. (Motor) Way of Life Lyrics. 2. Beech Like the Tree Lyrics. World Record Q&A. Recording And Engineering Ben Humphreys. Mastered by Alan Douches. Mixed By John Mitchell. Featuring Matt Rider. Producers Ben Humphreys. Trumpet by John Thrower. More Lower Than Atlantis albums.
Studio album by Lower Than Atlantis. World Record was released in the UK through A Wolf at Your Door on 25 April. Paul Jackson designed the artwork illustration and also did the layout. A double-disc containing World Record and their previous album Far Q (2010) was released on 19 April in the US. The songs, "Live by the Remote", "Grounded" and "Beside Myself", are tacked onto the end of World Record as bonus tracks
British hard rock quartet Lower than Atlantis slows down (slightly) and gets both more emotional and more musically ambitious on its second album, World Record. Lead singer Mike Duce, reflecting on the life of a touring musician and the passage of time, sings in a distinct British accent over a band that stops and starts its rhythms to conform to his expressions. World Record is much more of a melodic hard rock album than its predecessor, Far Q, which was more interested in attack and speed, . more of a punk rock album
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For the last four years, Lower Than Atlantis have worked tirelessly to get where they are right now. This fact is one that cannot be doubted. In the past year, they have enthralled festival audiences up and down the country, toured the US with Asking Alexandria and embarked on their own UK headlining tour
With a little more time between albums this could have been perfect. Over their four year existence, Hertfordshire’s, almost/not really hardcore quartet, Lower Than Atlantis have grown to an amazing level of popularity. Their 2010 album Far Q was a critic’s favourite and earned them the title of Britain’s bright young hope for punk music
Listen free to Lower Than Atlantis – World Record ((Motor) Way of Life, Beech Like the Tree and more). World Record is the second studio album by post-hardcore band Lower Than Atlantis. The songs, "Live by the Remote, Die by the Remote", "Grounded" and "Beside Myself", are bonus tracks.