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Kerrang  |  28th January 2017  


THE REDEMPTION OF MIKE DUCE: LOWER THAN ATLANTIS
If you want to get the members of Lower Than Atlantis singing from the same hymn sheet, ask them to identify the worst gig they’ve played during their decade as a band. While inquiries about proudest achievements or most embarrassing moments will bring forth a variety of personal recollections, they all concur about their lowest ebb onstage. Crammed on a sofa in one of the control rooms at Watford’s Titan Studios, Mike Duce, Ben Sansom, Dec Hart and Eddy Thrower trade glances as they decide who’ll reveal the show that went so badly it caused Lower Than Atlantis to break up. On Saturday July 13, 2013, LTA played the now-cancelled T In The Park festival in Balado, a former airfield in Kinross, Scotland. Headlined that year by Mumford & Sons, Rihanna and The Killers, this was their last festival of the summer, during a period that was proving more testing than triumphant.
Kerrang magazine is the world's biggest-selling weekly rock and metal music magazine. It delivers the hottest news, reviews, gig guides, exclusive features, videos, screensavers and more.
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Kerrang   |   28th January 2017   


THE REDEMPTION OF MIKE DUCE: LOWER THAN ATLANTIS
If you want to get the members of Lower Than Atlantis singing from the same hymn sheet, ask them to identify the worst gig they’ve played during their decade as a band. While inquiries about proudest achievements or most embarrassing moments will bring forth a variety of personal recollections, they all concur about their lowest ebb onstage. Crammed on a sofa in one of the control rooms at Watford’s Titan Studios, Mike Duce, Ben Sansom, Dec Hart and Eddy Thrower trade glances as they decide who’ll reveal the show that went so badly it caused Lower Than Atlantis to break up. On Saturday July 13, 2013, LTA played the now-cancelled T In The Park festival in Balado, a former airfield in Kinross, Scotland. Headlined that year by Mumford & Sons, Rihanna and The Killers, this was their last festival of the summer, during a period that was proving more testing than triumphant.
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You'll receive 51 issues during a 1 year Kerrang magazine print subscription.
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