NewsFebruary 9, 2011 1:11 AM ET4,922 views

Epitaph Records signs Letlive

Epitaph Records has officially signed Los Angeles, CA post-hardcore band Letlive (aka letlive.). Formed roughly ten years ago, the group released an album with Tragic Hero Records last year. "When thinking of Epitaph Records I affix Bad Religion, Atmosphere, and the reawakening of the the late great Refused to those thoughts (an impressively unorthodox composition in my eyes)," says vocalist Jason Aalon Butler. "Now I think of letlive. to be included amongst that lineage. Pipe dreams realized, ladies and gentlemen." Epitaph's release of the group's last album, "Fake History," will include three brand new tracks: "Hollywood, And She Did," "Lemon Party" and the Brett Gurewitz produced track, "This Mime [A Sex Symbol]." "We released an album in the ides of April in 2010 with 11 tracks of which we were genuinely proud of," Butler adds. "This year, in April, we are re-releasing that album with 14 tracks we are even more proud of. We did this for you." "Fake History" will be available on April 12th. In the meantime, a track from the effort can be heard below. letlive. - The Sick, Sick, 6.8 Billion by Epitaph Records



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