Letters From A Stranger

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Location: GB, Northeast, Hull

Genres: Metalcore

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Band Members
There are 5 band members:

chrishoulton (Lead Guitar)

Jamie Eggleton (Vocals)

Steve Padley (Drums)

Matt Hardiman (Guitar/Clean Vocals)

Alex Lister (Bass)

Influences
Demoraliser, Betraying The Martyrs, Asking Alexandria, Texas In July, Chelsea Grin, Slipknot, The Devil Wears Prada.
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Cowards Preying On The Weak  (03:27)
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Apologies Mean Nothing  (03:45)
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When You Fall, Don't Come Back  (03:36)
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Metalcore from Hull, UK formed in August 2011, have already supported bands such as; With One Last Breath, Jody Has A Hitlist, You Cried Wolf, Mitzi's Revenge and Shot Down Stay Down. Just released our first 5 track EP titled; "Apologies Mean Nothing". Having had good reviews and good feedback from most people who give us a try we are now looking to spread our music throughout the whole of the UK and abroad.

ENDORSED BY DOVETAIL STRINGS! www.dovetailstrings. co.uk



FACEBOOK PAGE: www.facebook.com/lfa shull

LETTERS FROM A STRANGER - APOLOGIES MEAN NOTHING EP - "GINGER SQUIRREL LIVE" REVIEW.

"Everyone seems to be having a go at Metalcore these days but Letters from a stranger are doing it well with their Apologies mean nothing ep being packed full of brutal vocal and crushing riffs, this ep is a great example of how good the uk metalcore scene can be. Catchy and brutal this ep make you want to get up and mosh.

8.5/10"

LETTERS FROM A STRANGER- APOLOGIES MEAN NOTHING EP- "DENIM AND LEATHER: METAL MAGAZINE" REVIEW

"This band is a collection of young, very able musicians. The performance on the record is impeccable, and itís produced extremely professionally. Thereís no doubt in my mind that Letters From A Stranger will earn their primitive place on Hullís metal scene, if not further afield, because they definitely do have the talent and ability to do so. Even if youíre not a Metalcore fan, or just prefer to be blissfully negligent of the entire genre, I would definitely recommend just giving it a listen, as Iím now going to go away and reassess my approach to a genre of music I was once insulted by."
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