Mexico’s LOST NEBULA Announce Canadian Tour Dates (BC/AB/SK/ON)


L-R – Harry Gonzalez – Bass, José Durazo – Drums, Quetzalín Domínguez – Vocals, Alejandro Olea – Guitar, Julio Becerra – Guitar

Photo Credit – Blaq Studio

Lost Nebula from Hermosillo, Mexico brings their original powerful metal to Canada for the first time in July. Born in 2013, Lost Nebula was formed from the remnants of a project that bassist Harry Gonzales began years earlier. Rich with style and composition their sound can be described as melodic, mysterious and powerful. No stranger to the stage they have several festivals and tours on their resume, both locally and internationally, and have released two albums and three music videos. Each song has different passages on it, yet the style the band has to offer is still recognizable. Nice and listenable, but it can even satisfy cravings in the heavy echelon of metal. Now the band is set to conquer Canada, trekking across the country from West to East to share their flavour of progressive power metal with fans.

Music Video – Free Will –

Band Playthrough Video – Don’t Follow Your Blacklight –



July 11 – Kelowna, BC – Munnin’s Post

July 12 – Vancouver, BC – Astoria Hastings

July 15 – Victoria, BC – Logan’s Pub

June 16 – Nanaimo, BC – The Cambie

July 17 – Kamloops, BC – The Dirty Jersey

July 18 – Calgary, AB – Distortion

July 19 – Edmonton, AB – Bohemia

July 20 – Regina, SK – The Exchange

July 21 – Saskatoon, SK – Black Cat Tavern

July 24 – Sudbury, ON – The Asylum

July 25 – Toronto, ON – Coalition

July 27 – Quebec City, QC – La Source de La Martiniere

July 28 – Ottawa, ON – Cafe Deckuf

July 29 – Montreal, QC – Piranha Bar

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Harry (bass), before starting Lost Nebula, had a progressive rock project named EVA, which after being dissolved left some ideas for new songs. Harry continued working over these ideas, and eventually he reunited with Quetzalin (vocals), so they could write the lyrics and melodies for the vocals in order to finish the songs and record them. During the writing process, the wish of becoming a serious band was revived with plans to tour, and to record material to share it with the world, a band to simply enjoy the art of making music. That’s when Julio (guitar) and two others were recruited to complete the band. That line produced two albums, Qualia EP (2014) and Stories Set in the Future (2016) but 2017 saw Alex taking on guitar duties and José on drums. The single Time Travel Parania was released March of 2018 ahead of the band’s first tour of Canada.

In reference to the bands drive, Harry quotes:

“It was very important for us to not leave a song without a meaning, a message, and something positive to be left within the listener. We are also inspired in the huge amounts of negativity heard in the media, we believe we have the mission of delivering positivity through our music.”

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