Tag: The Letter Black
April 10, 2020
In an announcement made earlier tonight, The Letter Black announced they’ve signed with Rockfest Records. Not much else is firmed up at the time of this post, such as when to expect the first single or new album, but there are shows scheduled starting in June (tentatively, for obvious reasons). Rockfest Records has been in the practice of signing some really great bands since their inception just over 2 years ago…what do you guys think of this signing?… Continued →
April 9, 2020
This Friday, at 6pm EST, The Letter Black will be performing an online acoustic set and announcing the new label they’ve signed to. A special guest will also be on hand for the night. Anyone looking forward to hearing some new stuff from these guys?… Continued →
March 7, 2020
The Letter Black is getting off the bench and back into the game! The hiatus is over and virtually everything new that you could expect from a band…is happening with these guys. There’s more to come in the way of specifics, but if you like your hard rock, this is very welcome news! Make sure to check out the video below, but if you’re wondering if they’re doing something, the answer sounds like a yes. So check out their announcement video, which we’ve linked to below and get ready for some new…everything!… Continued →
December 25, 2017
2017 was a pretty decent year for music! Between finding newer bands, the resurgence of others from years of inaction, and great albums from bands we’ve come to love and depend on for great music, it was pretty tough to be disappointed. Below, are the 20 albums that I consider to be the year’s best. If there are bands there you haven’t heard of, I hope you check them out, you never know…maybe one of them would’ve made your top spot.… Continued →
September 10, 2017
Years ago, I came across this band called Breaking the Silence. They had an album out called “Stand”, and I really enjoyed the hard rock sound mixed with the female vocals. It was definitely a sound I was looking for at the time and while there were a few other bands out there doing it as well, such as Fireflight, Flyleaf, and Evanescence, they were still few in number. Even at that time, I would easily put Breaking the Silence on par with those bands, they simply weren’t as well known.… Continued →
February 3, 2014
The Letter Black just posted another music video from a song featured on their latest release, Rebuild. “Up From The Ashes” is the fifth track on the album and is actually a cover from secular band Burn Halo that was released in 2011. Since they are a secular band I won’t add any links, but just search it on Youtube if you want to hear the original. The video isn’t nearly as creative as their previous one for “Pain Killer“.… Continued →
November 15, 2013
Female fronted hard rock act The Letter Black are back with their second Tooth and Nail release featuring all new material. Is "Rebuild" up to par? Find out here.
November 6, 2013
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March 18, 2013
Check out the brand new music video from The Letter Black for their song “The Only One”. The band’s new album will be out in April on Tooth & Nail.… Continued →
May 27, 2012
The Letter Black recently released a remix project of their debut album for Tooth and Nail, but is it worth your time? Read here to find out.
March 26, 2012
Let me introduce you to Icon For Hire, an American hard rock oufit hailing from Decatur, Illinois.
December 29, 2010
Check out Tooth and Nail's own female-fronted hard rock band, The Letter Black.
May 26, 2010
After signing with Tooth & Nail, The Letter Black wasted no time in making a name for themselves. Their Breaking The Silence EP debuted in 2009, and they gained exposure while on tour with Skillet, Hawk Nelson and Decyfer Down. It was at one of these shows that I first heard them. As I worked their merch table and heard Sarah’s powerful vocals sing to the packed out audience, I was quite impressed. It’s not often than a female fronted rock band makes such an impact.… Continued →
September 8, 2009
Some may see this as a Evanescence wannabe band....they are sadly mistaken!