Nick Bolan Bass, Vocals

Chris Mather Guitar, Vocals

After recording and producing their first album, ‘Desire Lines’ back in 2012 the band are ready to release Crucible: It's been a situation of severe trial, in which elements came together, acted and reacted, forging the creation of something both pained and proud. The band draw their influences from artists such as Black Sabbath, Radiohead, Tool

andthe Chilli's  creating melodic, relevant songwriting

backed with powerful, energetic rhythms.

Summer 2017 - "We're delighted to announce that former Suzuki Method and Happy Mondays drummer Jake Ryder has joined us to help bring the Crucible Of Kingdom Lost into the big bad world - abuzz we are!"


  4.5 / 5 - Jon Ashley (Manchester Music)

 “A magical album” (Desire Lines) – Tony Thornborough, Salford City Radio

 “A remarkably fascinating album” (Desire Lines) – 7 Bit Arcade

© 2018 The Manchester Label

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