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Editors’ Notes

On its third album, Letter to the Exiles unleashes a sustained metalcore attack that displays both finesse and brutality. The Long Island, N.Y.-based quartet serves up enough blistering riffage and pummeling blast beats to satisfy any aficionado of hard music while keeping its Christian lyrics keen and uncompromised. Guitarist Mark Randazzo lends the album distinct colors with his fluent, near-prog solo flights. His clean singing contrasts powerfully with the harsh vocals of newly recruited member Chris King, letting the band move from the exalted to the horrific (sometimes in the same song). The brooding ballad “A World of Wicked Man” pairs the two singers in a duet of rising desperation. Transcending the fallen nature of man is a recurring theme, with “The Violence of Our Kind” and “They Made Me the War Machine” especially standing out for their apocalyptic fervor. War of Ages vocalist Leroy Hamp joins King for the harrowing but ultimately redemptive “Retribution.” Letter to the Exiles surges and chugs through Make Amends with impressive agility and purpose.

Customer Reviews

A Solid Record. Thoroughly Impressed!

With each listen this album gets better and better. If LTTE keeps growing like this, they're sure to explode on the scene and become one of Facedown's leading bands. There might be a few loose ends, but I can guarantee you that this record is better than most of what's in this genre of high pitched silly girly vocals and cheesy lyrics. Another great thing about this record that I usually hate about a lot of metal records is that the songs don't all bleed together. They're all distinct, yet a cohesive collection of songs that takes you on a great eargasm ride!


A puzzle looms large over this album: how have guitarist Mark Randazzo and drummer Andy Amato––the core of the band's orchestration––managed to remain among the most underrated talents on the scene?

At once melodious and discordant, dark and euphoric, and fresh and familiar, Letter to the Exile's latest release is an enthralling blend of sonic textures, timeless questions, and irrepressible––often beautiful––turbulence.

Rise and hail jesus !!!

Alot of great christian metal bands like august burns red pillar demon hunter and now letter to the exiles. The breakdowns are amazing on here and singer knows how to go high and low without sounding annoyiing like alot of bands do. Like it and buy it.

Make Amends, Letter to the Exiles
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  • $9.90
  • Genres: Rock, Music, Metal
  • Released: Aug 14, 2012

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