Left in Ruins: Straight Out of Hell

Left in Ruins: Straight Out of Hell
Title: Straight Out of Hell
Label: CD Baby

Left In Ruins is a hard hitting Heavy metal band from Ossining NY. Formed in October 2004 it's original lineup had changed multiple times over their first 2 years, going through multiple singer's and various instrument configurations, eventually leading their Rhythm guitarist Luigi Cilento to sing for the band. In 2006 LIR recorded their 5 song demo, and finally broke into the world of heavy metal. Later in 2006 Rhythm Guitarist James Delisle joined the band to fill in for their bass player Mike Velasquez who was away at college at the time. When Mike returned, LIR gladly kept James in their ranks and further solidified their lineup, now with a heavy 3 guitar attack. Since James has joined the band Left In Ruins has played well over a hundred shows in dozens of venues all over the North East. Left In Ruins has since opened for these national acts: Subzero, My Bitter End, Joey Belladonna of Anthrax, Goatwhore, 1349, Nachtmystuim, Averse Sefira, Chris Caffery, Doro Pesch, Against The Plagues, Epica, Visions of Atlantis, The Agonist, Cradle of Filth, Municipal Waste, Toxic Holocaust, Skeleton Witch, Overkill, Dead By Wednesday, Thy Will Be Done, Prong, Behemoth, Gojira, Job For A Cowboy, Beneath The Massacre, Amon Amarth, Himsa, Sonic Syndicate, The Spyderz, Warbringer, Arsis, Exodus, Bloodclot, 25 Ta Life, Monstrosity, Vital Remains, Mortician, Testament, Malignancy, Kingdom Of Sorrow and Cthonic. In the summer 2008 Left In Ruins completed recording their debut album, with Billy Graziadei of Biohazard and Suicide City at Underground Sound Studios in South Amboy, New Jersey, and have since been tearing up stages all across the tri state area.

1.1 Both Feet in the Grave
1.2 Left in Ruins
1.3 Side with the Reaper
1.4 Drowning the Saints
1.5 Declaration Under Fire
1.6 Destruction
1.7 Path of Blood
1.8 Straight Out of Hell

Left in Ruins: Straight Out of Hell

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