The Rock City archives: 2012

Lostprophets, Rock City Main Hall

  • Monday 30th April 2012
  • Supported by: Modestep

Lostprophets are coming to blow the roof off of Rock City.

This six piece welsh rock band have released 4 studio albums so far and have had a string of hits in the Uk charts, two singles 'rooftops' and 'last train home' both peaked in the top ten. They have just announced the release of their brand new album ‘Weapons’ and this show is part of their first headline UK tour in two years.

Lostprophets are a band whose members have known each other since their school days in Pontypridd, South Wales, a group that were friends long before they became bandmates and colleagues. Through their four previous albums – 2000’s ‘fakesoundofprogress’, 2004’s ‘Start Something’, 2006’s number one ‘Liberation Transmission’ and 2010’s ‘The Betrayed’ – they have risen from the clubs of England to the stages of Wembley and other impressive arenas.

It has been two years since the Welsh six piece released their fourth studio album, ‘The Betrayed’ (January 2010). Two very hectic years. After triumphant tours across the UK and Europe on which they played in front of tens of thousands of people, Kerrang! Magazine bestowed the prestigious ‘Classic Songwriters Award’ on the band.

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Check out tehir newest single - Better Off Dead below...