Letlive. mix elements of hardcore punk, metalcore, and even jazz in their sound, a melting pot of influences that reflects the melting-pot Los Angeles neighborhoods in which the band came together. For their Epitaph debut, Fake History, letlive. showcase this eclecticism, from the haunting piano breakdown on Muther to the soul-inflected thrash of Day 54. Inheritors of maverick hardcore bands like Refused, At the Drive In, and the Deftones, letlive. have captured Los Angeles audiences with their gripping live shows and driving self-released recordings; now they set their sights on the wider world. Letlives Epitaph debut adds three new tracks to the limited-release original version of Fake History, including This Mime [A Sex Symbol] produced by Bad Religions Brett Gurewitz. For fans of Glassjaw, Refused, Deftones , Nation of Ulysses, The Used, Rage Against the Machine, At the Drive In, and Mars Volta.