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Fans can collect all three discs that connect with the album covers. All three volumes are above.


Tooth & Nail’s female-fronted rockers, THE LETTER BLACK, have been on a roll since their 2010 full-length debut Hanging On By A Thread.  Today THE LETTER BLACK releases the first of three collector discs showcasing exclusive tracks, B-sides from the debut, as well as new recordings. Hanging On By A Thread Sessions Vol. 1, Vol. 2, Vol. 3, will be available only at live shows, digital outlets (iTunes/Amazon), and on the TNN store.

Today’s release, Vol. 1, contains the songs “Fire With Fire,” “Fire With Fire” (N.Y.C. Amyl Nitrate Mix), “Useless Alibis,” “While You’re Away,” “Collapse,” and the “Fire With Fire” music video. The hard copies of these discs are Limited Edition copies that fans will want to have in their collection.

THE LETTER BLACK SUCCESS:
In 2009, the band debuted with their now out-of-print EP, Breaking the Silence. The group then followed-up with its full-length debut, Hanging On By A Thread, which has sold over 30,000 copies. THE LETTER BLACK has also had radio success with four radio singles from their debut, “Best of Me” (CHR No. 17), “Hanging On By A Thread” (CHR No. 23, Rock No. 6), “Believe” (Rock No. 4) and the current single “New Fire” (Rock No. 17). Media have also gravitated to this heavy-hitting band as they have been covered in Revolver, AOL Noisecreep, AOL RadioBlog, NewReleaseTuesday, JesusFreakHideout, and HM Magazine.

This Pennsylvania-based band has also toured relentlessly since their beginning. The band has performed the past two years at the One Love For CHI benefit where they shared the stage with The Memorials, Brian “Head” Welch, Deftones, Dredg, Eyes Set To Kill, Hoobastank, and Philm with Dave Lombardo. THE LETTER BLACK has also toured with Skillet, Drowning Pool, Decyfer Down, Sevendust, P.O.D, Vince Neil, HAIL!, and Mushroomhead.

Currently the THE LETTER BLACK is on tour with Brian “Head” Welch from KoRn on The Over My Head Tour, which is presented by the Mocha Club and HM Magazine. The tour will be running through April 28th.  Check out the tour dates at http://www.theletterblack.com/tour-dates/.  THE LETTER BLACK will also be touring nationwide with appearances at major festivals.

THE LETTER BLACK ORGIN:
The origins of Tooth & Nail’s highly heralded hard rock acquisition actually dates back to the members time in Breaking the Silence. After forming in 2006, the group entered the studio independently with Travis Wyrick (P.O.D., Pillar, Disciple), followed by an impressive streak of 150 shows a year including a last minute call from the T&N to serve as a substitute for a broken up band on the otherwise successful Five 4 Five Tour alongside Dizmas and Children 18:3 (with just two weeks notice).

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