Finland's youngest thrash export, LOST SOCIETY, have posted the first single from their upcoming album entitled Fast Loud Death. Listen to “Trash All Over You” via their official band page (www.nuclearblast.de/lostsociety) on the Nuclear Blast website and download the track for free at http://bit.ly/taoyfree! “Many people have asked us why we misspelled the song title and we always give the same answer: It’s not about the thrash genre, but depicts how the whole world is collapsing on you,” commented guitarist/vocalist Samy Elbanna. “All the problems in the world seem to pile up and you get trashed all over. The song carries the feeling of being mad at everything and everyone at the same time – it’s something we all can relate to.” Find out why no less than the legendary Mille Petrozza of KREATOR praises LOST SOCIETY and listen to “Trash All Over You” today! LOST SOCIETY’s debut album Fast Loud Death was crafted under the watchful eye of famous producer Nino Laurenne (AMORPHIS, ENSIFERUM, LORDI) at the prestigious Sonic Pump Studios (FINNTROLL, SONATA ARCTICA, OMNIUM GATHERUM). The fantastic cover artwork was designed by no less than the infamous Ed Repka (MEGADETH, DEATH, SANCTUARY, VENOM). Fast Loud Death will be available in North America both digitally and physically with two bonus tracks via Nuclear Blast on March 19. Fast Loud Death track listing: 01. N.W.L. 02. Trash All Over You 03. E.A.G. 04. KILL (Those Who Oppose Me) 05. Bitch, Out’ My Way 06. Fast Loud Death 07. Lead Through The Head 08. Diary Of A Thrashman 09. Toxic Avenger 10. This Is Me 11. Braindead Metalhead 12. Piss Out My Ass 13. Fatal Anoxia Bonus tracks: 14. Escape From Delirium 15. I Stole Your Love (KISS cover song) 17, 18, 19, 19. No that’s not today’s winning lottery numbers, it's the age of the band members of Finland’s most promising new contemporary thrash combo. Founded in early 2010 in Jyväskylä by thrash/speed metal enthusiast Samy Elbanna, the front man gathered an ensemble of passionate allies around him to establish a band that soon would become known as the most energetic up-and-comers Scandinavia had seen in years – LOST SOCIETY!