First released in 2000, here is the original release description plus two millennial-era quotes about the album:
The dark hordes from St. Louis have massed for the attack. Love Lost drops their first full-length on us with a vengeance. A dual-vocalled (John Woo style) offensive against the state of modern hardcore. Blast beats, gasoline vocals, and destruction left in their wake.
"They manage to bowl you over around every corner. It's fast yet heavy, but it still remains equally screamy and nutty. Some of these songs are just insane, whether it be speed, stop/start parts, etc...This one was definitely worth it!!!"- Loudnet.com
"This is not for the faint of heart, as this band tends to pile on the noise until you're often left feeling assaulted and beaten down. But that's all part of their diabolical plot, it seems...Fans of hardcore bands that incorporate elements of emo-violence, grindcore, and blistering noise will definitely dig Love Lost But Not Forgotten. And what I enjoy about them is their ability to mix those styles."- Delusions of Adequacy