From the Mile High City, Letters from the Front has been making waves lately, both in and out of a very underrated Denver music scene. Formed in January of 2005, and featuring five consumed students of music, Letters From The Front has quickly drawn up a dedicated fan base, utilizing not only their unique blend of punk, hardcore, and metal, but also their energetic horse-race paced shows. This highly anticipated follow up to their previous release in 2005 has helped LFTF gain the recognition they deserve. For fans of old AFI and Rise Against, "War Torn Lullabies, This Side of the Grave" is Letter's catchiest to date. LFTF has blended politics with their music in a different way than any band has ever done before. They have shared the stage with bands such as MXPX, The Living End, The Suicide Machines, and Guttermouth. After 2 years of hard work and passion, LFTF has received sponsorship from companies such as Vans, Redbull, and Madison Amps. "War Torn Lullabies, This Side of the Grave" has been talked among many young punk listeners as possibly the best up and coming release in 2007!
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