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Fever Queen
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The Dead Are Dumb
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Nineteen Ninety Heaven
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Curse Of The Sun
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Everyone Is Happy
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Our Plague
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Tired Of Tomorrow
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The Heavenly Blue Flu (Bonus Track)
12.
Tic Tac Toe (Bonus Track)

about

Philadelphia's NOTHING return with 'Tired Of Tomorrow', their beautifully profound follow-up to 2014's widely-acclaimed 'Guilty Of Everything'. Recorded over the course of a month at Studio 4 with Will Yip (Circa Survive, Title Fight), 'Tired Of Tomorrow' is a modern, nihilistic take on the triumphant fuzzed-out guitar rock of the 90's, replete with huge hooks and brooding melodies. Much like the events it's based on, the album displays an unparalleled balance of opposites and contradictions, rife with sweet-and-sour themes, downcast grooves, infectious choruses, and blissfully expansive washes of sound. With 'Tired Of Tomorrow', NOTHING have worked the deepest influences of their youth and maturation into a confident, memorable album that is sure to soothe old wounds while simultaneously opening up new ones.

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releases May 13, 2016

2016 Relapse Records
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People often wonder why Philadelphia's NOTHING are so damn loud. In the case of many artists, the volume stems from a preoccupation with negativity, misanthropy and the human condition, drawn from the band's own personal experiences. In the case of NOTHING, that volume, rather than a selling point, is the only way the band has been able to translate the difficulty of real-life into musical form. ... more

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