K-Lacura

K-Lacura

Smashing heads from beginning to end..K Lacura are here to stay!

Thier style amalgamates an array of Metal genres into a boisterous, breakneck stupor that has given them a collection of titles in and around the music scene. Influences range and can be clearly heard from the likes of Parkway Drive, Soilwork, Pearl Jam, Glamour of the Kill, Periphery, The Sorrow, and Architects to name but a few. The live shows notched to their belts vary from small intimate venues supporting the local and national scene, to crowded, zealous backdrops with large amounts of wattage supporting well know outfits.

Slightly melodic but heavy all the same! here’s ‘Fold’.

Some of their proudest shows have been supporting/playing alongside “Glamour of the Kill”, “Chthonic” and “Ghosts of a Thousand” all at the Oxfords O2 Academy on the Cowley road. Although these were amazing they are also extremely dedicated and fond of jumping on stage with bands they’ve become close to in the local and national circuit.

From their debut ‘Potraits of the Faceless’ comes ‘SHIAB’. Have a listen below!

Determined to surpass previous efforts, K-Lacura have gone all out in creating a complete listening experience that we are extremely proud of on our recently released album “Portraits of the Faceless”. Our aim is to keep our music firm and fresh, and to keep ourselves and fans energised throughout this journey.

Let’s see what K Lacura has to say about Vocalzone!

“K-Lacura were first introduced to Vocalzone when we performed on the New Blood Stage at 2017’s Bloodstock festival. The difference in Iann’s Vocals couldn’t be measured, he hit all his notes perfectly and growled like a wounded boar. The only difference that day was a Vocalzone pastille before the set, amazing!. We couldn’t be happier to be part of the VZ family.”

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Written by Dan Manley

Love for all things heavy, Dan is a big fan of the metal scene! Keep an eye out at your local festival, you see a man in a Vocalzone Tee, chances are it's Dan Manley! Endorsements Co-Ordinator at VZ