"LWT unleashed a slew of hard hitting hard rock tunes intermixed with emotionally driven ballads and unforgettable stage charisma, many of which come straight from their forthcoming new album, "The Rise". Lead vocalist, Aaron Antczak consistently revved the crowd, often times offering the mic to those in close proximity and dousing the red hot crowd with a splash of water while addressing his bandmates. At one point during a instrumental section, Antczak grabbed a bottle of water and issued a splash to each member, giving fans a glimpse at how tightly knit this act is on and off stage".
“It's clear from the opening notes of "Faceless" that all parties involved knew exactly what they were doing. Polished without being synthetic, thoughtful without getting caught up in itself, melodic and punchy, this album is four songs of calculated aggression executed by musicians that have a clear vision for and command of their sound. By the time the swirling, thump-crunch of "Wasn't Lyin" fades out, you'll likely find yourself wishing for another four songs...and then hitting play again.”
“Original bands that put together the full deal like these guys, and don’t suck at it, are hard to find. Their live shows are solid and their attitudes are inline. If their future is as promising as their dedication, being Left With Tomorrow, is a good place to be.”
"If you take a listen to their music, the guitar as well as the lead vocals sing to you and the rhythm section is unique and solid. The band has a definite chemistry.