In Forgotten Sleep


Philadelphia based Lör offers a unique blend of power, folk, and progressive metal.  After the release of their critically acclaimed debut album, “In Forgotten Sleep”, Lör began writing material for a new record and during this process realized there was enough music to create entirely separate releases. May 15th, 2020 sees the release of the first record to come from these writing sessions titled, “Edge of Eternity.” Composed of 5 energetic tracks, “Edge of Eternity” features all of what Lör has become known for including some surprises for fans as well. Along with this release, the band is debuting their first music video for the song, “Ruin”, directed by Dan Silver. 


 Lör is excited to present an exhilarating and adventurous experience for listeners to enjoy this Spring with “Edge of Eternity”. Fans should keep their eyes peeled for the next release in the near future. Lör very much looks forward to returning to the stage in support of these records as soon as possible and thanks the fans for all of their support, patience, and love. 


Peter Hraur – Guitars, Orchestrations, Harsh Vocals, Gang Vocals 

Tyler Fedeli – Lead Vocals, Gang Vocals 

Nick Bonsanto – Bass, Gang Vocals 

Matt Bartlett – Keyboards 

Greg Bogart – Drums 


All songs written and performed by Lör 

Relic also written by Graham Noël 

Edge of Eternity also written by Graham Noël and Dan Reynolds 

Produced by Lör 

Engineered, Mixed, and Mastered by Peter Hraur 

Artwork by Greg Bogart



Instagram: @lorbandofficial


We are proud to announce the great honor of In Forgotten Sleep being named Angry Metal Guy’s Record of the Month, featured alongside Ackercocke and Steven Wilson.

In Forgotten Sleep was Featured on Heavy Metal HQ for as a top Album from August.

Lör’s epics offer much more in the way of listener engagement than smart construction, impressive though their songwriting chops certainly are. The roads to their delayed payoffs are paved with instant gratification, both melodically and instrumentally speaking; galloping riffs and drum patterns surge forward with thrashing, kinetic energy, while immense choruses offer cathartic peaks without stooping to Disney levels of cornball melodiousness. Indeed, In Forgotten Sleep is defined by its individual successes as much as its long-form victories…In Forgotten Sleep is a remarkable record in every aspect, one of the only works in my collection that can justify every second of a seventy-minute run-time, and indisputably my favorite album of the year thus far. Whether Lör can keep up this momentum has yet to be seen, but In Forgotten Sleep already feels like an underground classic in the making.”  – Angry Metal Guy – 4.5

Lör are a veteran prog-power band with some folk influences out of Philadelphia, and In Forgotten Sleep is their self-released debut. Trust me, they won’t be unsigned for long. This album has it all in spades; the perfect mix of prog, heaviness (there’s a bit of harsh vocal work in here) and folk metal.

Songwriting and performances seem effortless here, with short interludes between epic cuts. Whether it’s the folk-influenced “Dusk” or the prog-power of “Eidolon,” Lör play it all with envious skill.” – Heavy Metal HQ – 4.5

“Quality song after quality song, the up-tempo beat of Visions of Awakening that shows off some intense beauty midway with lovely melody & soft singing. The haunting tune of Song for the Lost that rips a hole through the soul & Eidolon, that goes for the throat with its proggy guitars.

It’s a hell of an adventurous album. So much so that it can actually get a bit much to really take it all in. This is not an album that you listen too once. There’s so much going on that you’d only end up disappointed. Give this incredible piece of work time, let it sink in.It wraps up with the incredible title track that is nearly 10 minutes of wondrous folk & epic power metal. An absolute barn-burner of a final track that will leave a silly smile on your face.” – Games, Brains, and Head Banging Life – 9/10

Lör does not sin of what his sisters of the genre do, the generic is not part of the essence of this album or this band, there are no moments that feel unnecessarily left or empty, as they take the most relevant influences of the last years of other genres combined with the best of Power, those uncontrolled guitars that pronounce delicious riffs full of condensed levels of speed, elegance and nostalgia…A clever movement by the band to deliver something extremely pleasant, with a strong essence of the genre without falling into the cheesy but demonstrating some magic in the atmosphere of composition and technique. Without a doubt, of the best records of this year.” – RTMB – 9/10 (Translated from Spanish)