Nothing Left (For Today) Stream New Song “Hands Of Death”

Nothing Left, the band featuring For Today’s Ryan Leitru and Brandon Leitru, are streaming a new song titled “Hands Of Death,” via Revolver. This song is from the band’s new EP “Destroy And Rebuild,” which will be released on April 21 via Facedown Records. Leitru commented:

“This song is an honest look at the struggle to make sense of life in the aftermath of losing someone to suicide.”

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Nothing Left (For Today) To Release “Destroy And Rebuild” EP In April

Nothing Left, the band featuring For Today’s Ryan Leitru and Brandon Leitru, have announced that their new EP “Destroy And Rebuild” will be released on April 21 via Facedown Records. You can find the title track along with the cover art/track listing below:

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“Destroy And Rebuild” Track Listing:

1. “Destroy And Rebuild”
2. “Hands Of Death”
3. “Eternal Defiance”
4. “Burn It Away”
5. “No Way Out”
6. “Widen The Wound”

Nothing Left (For Today) Premiere New Song “Hands Of Death”

With For Today calling quits, Ryan Leitru and Brandon Leitru have announced that they will be moving forward in a new band called Nothing Left. You can check out their new song “Hands Of Death” below:

Brandon said the following:

“A lot of people have been asking if any of us will continue making music after For Today is finished. Well, the answer is yes! Check out the first song from Nothing Left – the new band that Ryan and I started. We started putting together songs for this project early this year. We asked our friend Danon to do vocals and got Alex from Silent Planet to play drums on the recording. I’m happy with the way the songs turned out and excited to finally let people hear them.”

Ryan added:

“It’s been awesome to start fresh on a new project without guidelines or expectations. We had the freedom to make music that we want to hear without concern for how people will receive it. We are thankful that Nuclear Blast supports the type of creativity that tends to yield more exciting and interesting music.”