San Francisco Bay Area breakout Letters From The Fire was forged through the permanent impression Metallica made on founding member Mike Keller's life during the 2003 Summer Sanitarium Tour. It was that day Keller knew with absolute certainty what he wanted to do in life. Through pure endurance and passion fueled aspirations, guitarist Mike Keller—along with band co-founder/guitarist Grayson Hurd, bassist Clayton Wages, drummer Ben Anderson, and the band's newest addition lead vocalist Elliot Weber—fused hard rock and melodic metal into the groove-forward sonic assault that is Letters From The Fire.
After a jam-packed spring and tour-heavy summer with rock mentors TRAPT, Letters From The Fire caused an upsurge on the airwaves with their cover of the popular Beatle's track "Eleanor Rigby." The single reached #41 on the Mediabase Active Rock Radio Charts and #11 on the Mediabase powered Under the Radar Chart. The LFTF frenzy continues as the band packs their tour schedule with nonstop dates, unveils their brand new single "Zombies In The Sun," and releases a self-titled EP.
Ears will clench onto the anguished vocals that speak profound truths of the human experience throughout this self-titled EP. Lyrical themes delve deeply into intrapersonal conflicts, hopes, dreams, and hidden tragedies of the heart. To listen is to feel the elements of vengeance scored with lovelorn harmonies that break open into ferocious riffs. Mixed by Dan Certa, the Letters From The Fire EP is available at digital retailers now!