The Letters Organize

The Letters Organize is a five-piece band from Atlanta, Georgia that was signed to Nitro Records. Their sound has been described as a malicious, violent, sonic assault. The band officially broke up in November 2006. The members of the band have all remained in Atlanta and formed new bands, most notably, "It's Elephant's" who released their first full length album in 2008 called "Little Trouble in China Town" then in 2009 their follow-up album "Gets Along". It's Elephant's finished their 3rd LP called "The Of Corpse Session" due out in late 2010.

The Letters Organize officially announced their return in March 2010.

They were a supporting band for The Offspring in their 2005 Warped Tour along with Send More Paramedics.

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