Left Behind have released their second single Outside The Body, off their highly anticipated third full-length album, No One Goes To Heaven, released on 15th November, 2019 via Pure Noise Records.
“I wrote that song thinking about how tiresome it is just to do basic tasks. Whether I’m overthinking the stress I’m going to have from work, or anxiety from talking to people, I get stuck in my head having the same thoughts over and over again. Sometimes I even zone out until someone says my name. I think about things I’m ashamed of that happened years ago. Things that really shouldn’t be as big of a deal as I make them to be but it’s hard to stop thinking the way I do. I have goals I set for myself whether that’s in music or my personal life, but this feeling of dread and a lack of inspiration keeps me from achieving a lot. Might just sound like I’m lazy but there’s a lot more going on in my head than just not being motivated,” shares vocalist Zach Hatfield.
Tapping into the darker side of the hardcore/metalcore stratum, Left Behind deliver a sludgy mix of breakdowns and staccato guitar riffage that invokes names likes Harms Way, Crowbar, and Black Breath. The band debuted in 2013 with the EP Death, Take Me, followed by the release of the full-length Seeing Hell in 2016, and Blessed by the Burn in 2017. Just last year, the band signed to Pure Noise Records and has been on the rise ever since.
No One Goes To Heaven will be released on 15th November via Pure Noise Records and is now available for pre-order at https://smarturl.it/LeftBehind304.