‘In The Name Of Freedom’
(Classic Power Metal)
Release Date: March 20, 2020
FFO: Iced Earth, Helloween, Iron Maiden
Location: Bronx, New York
Label: Pure Steel Records
Lost Legacy was founded in 1998 in the Bronx New York. A Power Metal band that is known for playing melodic music with an attitude. Combining lyrical messages that are based on real life situations with positive an uplifting messages. David Franco brings strong vocals and fronts the band with an energy that is infectious. Lost Legacy brings an assault of twin lead guitars a heavy sound with aggressive melodic riffs.
The band builds on the classic sounds of Power Metal with a modern approach. Jorge Pulido, Lead Guitar will take you on a journey with his aggressive melodic runs. The rhythm section of Carlos Mendoza Drums and guest touring musician on Bass, lay the foundation to anchor the band. Lost Legacy has played many shows throughout its history and shared the stage with several National and International acts. Some of the most memorable venues they have played are: The Whiskey A Go Go, Stage 48, Webster Hall, Gramercy Theatre, Revolution, Sullivan Hall, BB Kings, Blackthorn 51, Fish Head Cantina, Crafthouse and Route 47 Pub N Grub. The band has played several US States including: New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Connecticut, Maryland, Minneapolis and California.
The band just completed a succesful tour in support of Metal Church to four sold out venues during the month of May 2019 in New York, Baltimore, Pittsburgh and Minneapolis.
The band was signed to a worldwide deal with Pure Steel Records on August 2019. Lost Legacy finished recording their follow up album to the 2009 “The Aftermath” The new tittle “In the name of Freedom” was released on March 20, 2020 by Pure Steel Records.
The band is based out of The Bronx and have opened for several National acts, including: Jon Oliva’s Pain, Lizzy Borden, Doro Pesch, Circle II Circle, Manticora, Randy Jackson of Zebra, Chris Caffery, Winger, Gilby Clarke, Whiplash, The Foundry, Unleash the Archers, Jake E Lee’s Red Dragon Cartel, Ashes of Ares, Metal Church, Lynch Mob, Stryper, Dokken and Fates Warning.