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From First to Last’s fourth studio album unleashes bona-fide catharsis served raw. Compared to their peers, FFTL have much more to scream about than unrequited love. The Los Angeles quartet has survived some brutal times and Throne to the Wolves reveals them finding their footing and then kicking out the windows. Frontman Matt Good rises to own his position with noticeable confidence and versatile vocal prowess. “Cashing Out” opens with venomous fervor as Good rails against the toxic personalities of an expired post-hardcore scene. “Elvis Said Ambition Is a Ream With a V8 Engine” boasts angular arrangements that flirt with proggy progression under rapid-fire rhythms and duel-to-the-death guitarmonies. “Going Lohan” juggles hyper metal guitar leads with incredibly complex drum patterns and Good’s railing on America’s obsession with celebrity. It should be noted that although Good steps up his duties as a powerful frontman, drummer Derek Bloom is FFTL’s MVP. Throughout the album he balances finesse and dexterity while hitting those drums like they owe him money.

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valdosta's bad boys are back

i know a lot of people were let down by the self-titled album, this is definitely the beginning of a comeback for them. this album is so intense, it left me wanting more and that doesn't happen with a lot of bands these days. my three favorite songs would have to be "going lohan", "elvis said ambition is a dream with a v8 engine" and "m.o." these guys did a great job with this album, taking it back to the dear diary/heroine days. even "a soft war" has caught on with me, when i first heard it i was very iffy about it but it gets better with time. definitely an album best listened to loudly, so crank it up to 12 and rock out!


Like the title says, this album is pure insanity. It has a ton of energy and it never lets up. This is one of those albums where, as the last song finishes, you find yourself wanting more. And for me, that rarely happens. Just buy the whole thing, you won't be disappointed.


Hey FFTL fans!
FFTL was in El Paso, TX last night, 5/15, and Blake gave me the opportunity to listen to all the new tracks before "Throne To The Wolves" was released!
I must admitt I was fairly shocked!
I was proud to say FFTL is back!
The self-titled album was honestly a let down, but don't let that get to you and make you not want to listen to what's new from them!
Your a fan! So stay TRUE to FFTL!
The new songs sound AMAZING live!
So be sure to check them out at a city near you on the Royal Family Tour!

P.S. Blake, thanks buddy! I had a blast catching up on things! Can't wait to see ya soon man!


Formed: 2002 in Los Angeles, CA

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Based in Los Angeles (by way of Florida), From First to Last formed in 2002 with guitarists Travis Richter and Matt Good. With a rotating lineup early on, the post-hardcore/screamo outfit released the EP Aesthetic on New York-based Four Leaf Recordings in June 2003 before signing with Epitaph by the end of the year. After the departure of their original singer, Phillip Reardon, 15-year-old Sonny Moore joined as lead vocalist during the recording of the band's debut full-length. Written in two weeks,...
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