Swedish progressive metal outfit Loch Vostok have been around since the year 2000. Spawned from the fractured mind of Teddy Möller, Loch Vostok is where anything goes. Where cheese meets grind. Where speed meets groove. The unholy child of Emperor and Tears for Fears, the bastard cousin of King Diamond and King's X.
After 20 years at the mike, Teddy is leaving the lead vocal duties to focus on guitars and growl. Passing the baton over to Jonas Radehorn. Jonas has been the lead singer of bands in various genres since age 15. The Citadel, Falling Down and as a Rob Halford soundalike in the fantastic Judas Priest tribute band Metal Gods - Delivering the goods (featuring ex Dark Funeral drummer Nils Dominator Fjellström). Professional studio and show singer since 2000.
With this new solid lineup, Jonas as the lead singer and new bass player Patrik Janson, Loch Vostok is entering a new era, with new energy. An era with new songs and possibilities. The same kind of heavy riffs, mixed with strong melodic parts as before, but with a stronger focus, more determination and a live show to count on.
Over the years Loch Vostok has delivered 7 albums, each time bringing something new to the table. The 8th album, OPUS FEROX - The Great Escape, is no different. OPUS FEROX - The Great Escape introduces a new, more direct sound. The album is filled with catchy chorus lines, without compromising the variety and dynamic songwriting Loch Vostok is known for.
Among the members of Loch Vostok, you will find musicians from a great number of active (and countless inactive) bands. Ranging from Carnal Forge, One Hour Hell and F.K.Ü, to The Murder of My Sweet, Manticora and Anima Morte (and many more).