Lethargy formed in 2000, and after nearly ten years of silence a new album emerges.
Why now you might ask? A band that offered much promise was signed to Powerage Records (Established by Classic Rock Magazine in 2010) Following UK tours and festival appearances, and two albums that appeared in Classic Rock magazine’s Top 50 Albums of the Year. Lethargy took an unannounced hiatus. By this time the band had been around for 12 years and the harsh realities of the music industry and the demise of Powerage Records had set in, leading the band to a crossroad.
Prior to this hiatus the band entered Mwnci Studios and The Boneyard Studios in West Wales with producer Will Maya (The Answer) Until now the master tapes have remained in a box on a studio shelf. As the band are still lifelong friends and decided that all the blood sweat and tears put into the album deserved to finally be heard. So here we are at the tail end of 2019 with the release of “After All This Has Gone” We hope you enjoy listening to it as much as we enjoyed making it.
Gareth Hunt – Drums and Percussion
Andrew Hunt – Rhythm Guitar and Vocals
Marc Trevelyan Jones – Bass and Vocals
Phil Humphries – Lead Guitar and Vocals
“Swirling guitar soundscapes give way to heavy grooves, rounded off with intense political and philosophical lyrics that actually have something to say. Grandiose in every sense of the word.”
“A band that bristles with attitude and intelligence, crammed full of stadium sized riffs that Pagey’d be proud of, married to lyrics as eloquent as Richey Manic’s.”
– Classic Rock Magazine