Certainly a band with a lot of eyes on them, their first EP is riding on the waves of attention the super trio are accumulating. Check out our review to see our take on their debut release.
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On July 5th at Boston’s Brighton Music Hall, we caught up with letlive. who are blazing their way across North America in support of their new Epitaph Records release, If I’m The Devil….
Los Angeles punk band letlive will drop their fourth studio album entitled If I’m The Devil… on June 10, 2016 via Epitaph Records.
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One of the most high-energy sets of the day – this is a band that I LOVE but that I had never had the chance to see live. They put on an insane show (I’d say that the photographs almost speak for themselves here!). I would absolutely love to see these guys play again, their set was unreal and full of energy from start to finish and you could tell that the crowd would say the same.
In anticipation for their forthcoming release, Los Angeles based rock act letlive. is currently streaming their new album, The Blackest Beautiful, three weeks in advance of the record’s scheduled debut on July 9th via Epitaph Records. The stream also comes just days into letlive.’s much buzzed about run on the Vans Warped Tour, which kicked off over the weekend. Stream letlive.’s The Blackest Beautiful now below!
Episode Summary: This week, the Alloy Boys have an interview with letlive. that Matt did back in January when they played in Salem, OR at the Wasteland. They were feeling pretty proggy this week, so there’s a bunch of prog metal on this episode. They didn’t figure anyone would mind. UPDATE: The voting for the Thrash and Burn Tour has ended, and Across the Sun did not win. However, with the list of mediocre bands that were voting options, at least a good band won. Congrats to the guys from Volumes!