Mae's Lost Empire
Mae's Lost Empire
In September 2010, Mae's Lost Empire released their debut album These Words Have Undone The World, worldwide. The band was initially formed in 2006, when Lucas Milne and Chris Berry came together with the goal of creating something different. The two created a few songs that would form the basis of their unique sound. Paul Lawson was quickly added to the band and the trio named themselves "Battle With Gilgamesh", and began playing instrumental sets in local venues. In late 2007, Michael Coldwell joined the band as vocalist and they changed their name to "The Fourth Way".
The band quickly made their presence known in the local scene and recorded their debut EP "Mistakeface", which was released on the 12th December 2007. Due to personality clashes and differences in opinion regarding the direction of the band, the release show of Mistakeface would turn out to be the last gig that the band would play with Michael Coldwell on vocals. In February 2008, Rob Cooper was added to the band as their new vocalist and the band changed their name to Mae's Lost Empire. This third and final evolution of the band have already made an impact on the local scene, progressively gaining national recognition, getting great feedback, many fans, and touring as far as London for gigs.
They have played with bands such as InMe, Exit Ten, Bury Tomorrow and The Mirimar Disaster. In June 2010, Mae's Lost Empire parted ways with their drummer Paul Lawson, shortly before releasing These Words Have Undone The World in September 2010. Shortly after the release of this debut album, Sam Whitaker was added as the new drummer. Read more on Last.fm.
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