"ATKAB is to the music scene today what Kill ‘Em All was for it way back when. It is an album of strength and power, untapped potential brimming on the edge of unmatched performance that promises more from the music then you feel you have any right to deserve – humbling, is the word."
24th March 2015 by Rob Baker
"throughout the riffs and thunderous drum work, you cannot but help tap your foot or nod your head in time to the rhythm. A basic acid test for any Metal track!"
Rock Regeneration April 23re 2015 y Jon
"this song combines great lyrics with Decoy’s snarls and sneers, whilst backed up by the dual axe riffage of Messrs Foy and Smith and all the time the groove-laden rhythm section of Dan Carter on bass and Rob Hadley on the skins finish off the complete ensemble."
The Midlands Rock 31st March 2015 by Tony Gaskin
"Those who knew the music of Left For Red, knew they they had the capacity to deliver a fantastic record in them, do not doubt that on “All Things Known And Buried” they’ve absolutely killed it."
Rating 9/10 Maximum Volume Music 23 February 2015 by Andy Thorley
"Left For Red‘s debut album “All Things Known and Buried” is so mature it’d be forgivable to think it was by a band with decades of experience (they just may). Well constructed and enjoyable, it’s not overly self-indulgent but definitely has big enough balls to make you look at this album more than once."
This is not a scene March 3rd 2015
"Left For Red’s strength lies in their unique, progressive take on heavy metal. It’s fair to say that they have an instantly recognisable sound that is all their own"
West Midlands purveyors of modern, hard-rocking metal Left For Red have spent the 2 years since the release of their “Mercy Flight” EP gigging relentlessly across the UK. After teasing us with new tracks showcased at their more recent gigs (perhaps most notably, the Birmingham leg of Headbangers’ Balls) they are finally ready to unleash their new material in the form of their first long-player, “All Things Known And Buried”.
TBFM April 19th 2015 by Nicola Edwards
"A cracking debut Album with a very well thought out theme that is delivered with charm and intellect. Left For Red, get back in the studio, because we need more!"
Midlands Metal heads 2015