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16 April 2014

More Than Life must be one of the biggest underground hardcore success stories of recent years. Their vinyl pressings continually sell out and they play to crowds of thousands on mainland Europe and routinely headline smaller festivals.

To say the band have a rabid, dedicated fanbase would be a massive understatement. This is a band who have seemingly, bafflingly, gone under the radar of the majority of the mainstream, press and radio, until now.

With their new album, 'What's Left Of Me' available now via Holy Roar Records, the band have now finally delivered an album truly worthy of their live show and reputation.

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Expertly recorded and mixed by Neil Kennedy (Last Witness, Landscapes, Don Broco, Our Time Down Here) and mastered by Alan Douches (Converge, Brand New, Norma Jean) MTL have produced a potential modern classic of the genre.

Charting a distinct evolution from their starting point of darkly melodic hardcore to almost alt-rock/indie inflections and tones, More Than Life are undeniably crossing over to pastures new without ever forgetting their roots nor history of their sound.

Whether a conscious move or not, 'What's Left Of Me' is an album for every rock fan - emotionally raw, heartfelt, energetic, anthemic and epic in the truest sense of the word. This could be just the beginning of a brave new chapter for one of the UK's best, most underrated bands.

You can see the video for 'Do You Remember' here:

'What's Left Of Me' Track List:
Weight Of The World
What's Left Of Me
You're Not Alone
Seasons Change
Do You Remember
Love Is Not Enough

You can see More Than Life supporting Funeral For A Friend here:
Thursday 24th April - The Fleece, Bristol
Friday 25th April - Islington Academy, London
Saturday 26th April - Cockpit, Leeds
Sunday 27th April - Solus II, Cardiff

More Than Life are:
James Matthews - Vocals
Joel Peets - Guitar
Joey Bayes - Guitar
Tony Klein - Drums



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