House of Lords debuted in 1989 with the release of the self-titled album, a monumental Arena Hard Rock release which showcased the soaring vocals of James Christian and instrumental capabilities of the band (which featured ex Angel and Giuffria Gregg Giuffria, along with such luminaries as Lanny Cordola, Chuck Wright and Ken Mary), reminiscent of such frontrunners as Whitesnake, Deep Purple and Van Halen, immediately brought the band to the attention of the media and fans. After another 2 albums released until 2002, House of Lords went into hibernation until the original lineup came back together in 2000, releasing of the controversial "Power and the Myth" an album which featured a sound leaning more towards Progressive Hard Rock with 70's rock influences.
After a short European tour, singer James Christian decided to go back to the trademark Arena Rock sound of House Of Lords, putting together a new line-up. Since 2006 the band has a stable line-up featuring Jimi Bell on guitars, B.J. Zampa on drums and Chris McCarvill on bass which has been delivering impressive shows and fine releases such as "World Upside Down", "Come to My Kingdom", “Cartesian Dreams” and “Big Money”.
“Precious Metal” is House Of Lords’ ninth studio album, recorded and produced by the band’s singer and mastermind James Christian.
“Indestructible” is the tenth studio album of the band, and the new record sees the new line-up celebrating their first ten years together.
“Saint Of The Lost Souls” is House Of Lords’ eleventh studio album, following up the highly successful “Indestructible”. The album was recorded and produced again by the band’s singer and mastermind James Christian, and sees a new addition on bass, Chris Tristram.
"New World - New Eyes” is House Of Lords’ 10th studio album. The full-length has been recorded and produced by the singer and mastermind James Christian, and for this realease the band has cooperated with none other than Mark Spiro (Giant, Bad English, Cheap Trick etc.) on the songwriting of most of the songs. More collaboration came via Tommy Denander, Chris Pelcer, and Richard Hymas.