Left To Suffer Take No Rest & Deliver Anthemic Track ‘Snake’

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Back in July Left To Suffer came straight out of the gate with a potential deathcore EP of the year. And Dying Forever featured blistering singles like ‘Overwhelming Power‘ and ‘Fatal Attraction‘ among others. We invited vocalist Taylor Barber to join us for a track-by-track review of the record where he shared some deep commentary about the release.

Prior to the July drop, Left To Suffer have been stacking on their discography with debut album A Year of Suffering and EP On Death (including ‘Anger‘). One of my favourites is also ‘D.N.R.‘ with Lorna Shore‘s Will Ramos and Ov Sulfur‘s Ricky Hoover. Today the Atlanta-bred outfit have debut a brand new single called ‘Snake‘, and judging by their logo, this might be a pinnacle for them musically – they’ve even described it on socials as ‘anthemic’.

As shared by Barber in our chat, they’ve been working closely with Three Days Grace‘s Neil Sanderson as well as Howard Benson (AKA Judge & Jury production team) and this looks like the first track from their sessions. Check it out below and find out for yourself how much of a banger it is.

On the new single and working with Judge & Jury, Left To Suffer comments:

“Listening to Three Days Grace in our parents’ cars growing up was one of each of our first real introductions to music. Something that led all 5 of us to Slipknot and Korn, then eventually to whole deathcore/metalcore scenes. It’s safe to say we wouldn’t be here without them. So when Neil Sanderson, the band’s drummer, and main songwriter DM’d us on IG at the beginning of the year saying he was a super fan of ours we were in total shock. Then he told us that both he and super producer Howard Benson (My Chemical Romance, Three Days Grace, Papa Roach, etc) wanted to work with us on some songs and our minds were completely blown. There’s absolutely no way we could say no.”

Neil Sanderson goes on to say:

“Howard Benson and I had been talking about how he and I wanted to make a few legit metal records. Howard, Johnny Lee Andrews and I were working on Three Days Grace and some other things, and I said to Johnny, “Hey man what’s the coolest heaviest metal band in Atlanta?” (where he lives), and he said, “Left to Suffer, no doubt.” So I reached out to them and now here we are all working together.”

Howard Benson concludes:

“Working with LTS was amazing.. they bring it on every take! We are stoked to have them release their music on Judge & Jury Records and hope we can do more work with them in the future!”

by Ricky Aarons (@rickysaul90)

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Left To Suffer Snake

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Co-editor at Wall of Sound and self-acclaimed deathcore connoisseur. My purpose is to expose you to the best emerging breakdowns and gutturals that this planet has to offer.