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About Lostprophets
The Lostprophets have twice made it to the top ten on the UK singles chart with Rooftops from Liberation Transmission, the third album, and Last Train Home from their second album Start Something. Last Train Home was also at number one on the Alternative Songs Chart.

The band has evolved much since its formation in 1997, when it was started by Ian Watkins mainly as a side project for the punk band Public Disturbance. Band members Mike Lewis and Ian Watkins, however, went to become more successful as part of Lostprophets. While Public Disturbance was a hardcore Punk band, Lostprophets have several notable influences on their musical style, including alternative metal, post-hardcore, alternative-rock and post grunge. They are generally classified as a ‘nu metal’ or hardcore rock band.

Lostprophets started out in Wales in the town of Pontypridd, near Cardiff. The band was initially known as Lozt Prophetz, and they worked the South Wales scene, playing gigs at various venues. Kerrang! and Metal Hammer, two music magazines, noticed the band and gave them brief reviews which gave them some exposure. The band has played as supporting acts for various high profile artists like Linkin Park, Deftones and Pitchshifter. This gained them a significant following for their live performances. Today, the Lostprophets have made a place for themselves on the international scene.

The band has released three studio albums to date and the fourth album The Betrayed is slated to be released early 2010. The first single from the upcoming album, It’s Not The End Of The World But I Can See It From Here, was first heard in August on BBC Radio 1. The single was released in October and opened in the top 20 on the UK singles chart.

The debut album Thefakesoundofprogress was first released in 2000 under the label Visible Noise, but was re-released in 2001 through Columbia Records. The album was more successful the second time around, and became the band’s breakthrough album. It spawned singles like Shinobi vs. Dragon Ninja and The Fake Sound Of Progress.

Start Something was also a success, both critically as well as commercially. Last Train Home from this album peaked at the number 8 position on UK singles charts and was a big hit worldwide. The third studio album Liberation Transmission was also a huge success and reached the top spot on the UK Albums Chart. The album spawned the single Rooftops, amongst with other singles. Rooftops also reached number 8 on the UK singles Chart.

After a few delays in the release of the upcoming album, it has been announced that The Betrayed will be released early next year.
 

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