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Crowned winners of KERRANG’s TNA competition and had their song “Kneel Before You Die” broadcast in 27 countries around the world on their Impact show.

Over 10,000 collective views on Youtube.

Headlining in O2 Birmingham Headlining Out Of The Ashes Festival.

Supporting slots with: Chimaira, Revoker, Crowbar, Morgue Orgy, Reign Of Fury, Beholder, Evil Scarecrow, Sacred Mother Tougue,  Voodoo Six, Breed 77 and many more….

‘Modern Metal with a Progressive twist’

Spawned from an area that surprisingly has Heavy Metal running right through its veins, Left For Red were born in 2010 in the West Midlands, and were nourished by the records of Black Sabbath and Judas Priest. Consisting of LC Decoy (Vocals), Aaron Foy (Guitar), Philip Smith (Guitar), Daniel Carter (Bass) and Rob Hadley (Drums), the five piece began to expand upon their earlier influences and soon immersed themselves into the likes of Strapping Young Lad, Tool and Deftones, before arriving at their very own blend of modern heavy metal.

By the end of 2011, Left For Red had laid assault to their local vicinity and soon assembled a growing army of fans due to their fledgling reputation for rampant live shows. Fast forward to the present day, and the rising metal crew have supported Chimaira and Revoker on their Age Of Hell Tour, played with Beholder and Breed 77, headlined a sold out show at 02 Academy and were just crowned winners of Kerrang!’s TNA competition. The band have also chalked up critical praise for their debut EP ‘Left For Red Vol 001 – Empty Shell’.

The five-piece now plunged forward with the release of their new 3-track EP ‘Vol 002 – Mercy Flight’, which was releast 1st December 2012. It comes at you with engulfing riffs, contagious vocal lines and powerhouse beats, the band have produced a radiating piece of modern metal loaded with a progressive twist.

2014 brings a new chapter for Left For Red as they now spend time working on their full lenth concept album “All Things Know and Buried” which is due for release at the end of 2014.


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