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Moretta Premieres Full New Album "What's Left Means Nothing"

It may be Wednesday, but I just got back from an exhausting outdoors vacation, so its a bit like Monday for me, and I'm kicking my Monday off with some killer melodic modern metalcore!

This coming Friday, July 28th, Moretta will officially unveil sophomore album "What's Left Means Nothing," but today we're hosting an exclusive premiere of the entire album ahead of time!

Fans of August Burns Red and Killswitch Engage in particular are going to dig this release. Check out all 11 tracks via the YouTube playlist below and let us know what you think! Like what you hear? You can follow the latest on the band at Facebook here or hear more tunes via the Moretta Bandcamp page.

1. This Feeling
2. At One Point
3. Death Wish
4. Watch Me Suffer
5. Headstone Remorse
6. Modern Day Coward
7. Hurricane
8. Cue the Silence
9. Codependent on Heartbreak
10. Revive the Broken
11. The Unknown

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1. Hannah Willis writes:

So good! I'm not all the way through yet but I am loving it! Aaaah the guitar on Death Wish...seriously killer!!

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