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Let It Die

Let It Die

Let It Die


There are two bands named let It Die 1) An English Crusty Metallic Hardcore band 2) An American metalcore band 1) Kettering, Northamptonshire. Let It Die formed in 2010 and feature former members of UK hardcore bands Sworn In, Jealous and You suck. Playing dirty, thrash/grind influenced hardcore. In the vein of Full Of Hell, Nails, All Pigs Must Die, Black Breath etc. letitdie.bandcamp.com 2) Metro Detroit, Michigan. Surprisingly, Let it Die was formed as a side project by members of metal band Black Dahlia Murder Read more on Last.fm
There are two bands named let It Die 1) An English Crusty Metallic Hardcore band 2) An American metalcore band 1) Kettering, Northamptonshire. Let It Die formed in 2010 and feature former members of UK hardcore bands Sworn In, Jealous and You suck. Playing dirty, thrash/grind influenced hardcore. In the vein of Full Of Hell, Nails, All Pigs Must Die, Black Breath etc. letitdie.bandcamp.com 2) Metro Detroit, Michigan. Surprisingly, Let it Die was formed as a side project by members of metal band Black Dahlia Murder, though what you might have heard from BDM really bears no resemblance to Let it Die, who instead fall in line with metallic hardcore.

On the track "Already Dead," guitarists John Deering and Chris Trestain lay down ultra heavy riffs that rival hardcore mainstays Sworn Enemy and Hatebreed. Partner these with Sanchez's frustration and you have a recipe for a great hardcore tune. There is basic formula that Let it Die uses throughout the album, songs less than three minutes with affronting lyrics and at least one breakdown - see Until the End's Blood in the Ink, minus the whole straightedge agenda. Let it Die does find ways to break the monotony and keep things interesting. The track "Thick as Thieves" contains guest vocals from Jo Meller of The Alliance (Vendetta Records), who's rhymed lyrics partnered with grooving riffs give the song that NYHC flavor. Let it Die are by no means reinventing the wheel of hardcore, but what they do, they do well.

If you're not a fan of hardcore or metal music, it's fairly obvious this isn't anything that will tickle your fancy. But if you love Merauder or any of the newer acts inspired by them, you will enjoy Stick to Your Guns quite a bit. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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