Following the critically acclaimed debut album “Guilty Of Everything”, Philadelphia's NOTHING will release their second Relapse Records full-length, “Tired Of Tomorrow”, on May 13th 2016.
People often wonder why NOTHING are so damn loud. In the case of many artists, the volume stems from a preoccupation with negativity, misanthropy and the human condition. But while NOTHING's attitude lines up with these ideas, their personality isn't one that the band picked from a list of clichés. It's one moulded by their own experiences, from family troubles and personal tragedy to a string of bad luck that Murphy's Law would balk at. And that volume, rather than a selling point, is the only way the band has been able to translate the difficulty of real-life events into musical form.
“Tired Of Tomorrow” is a record born out of a chain of events that forced frontman Domenic Palermo to drastically re-think and re-shape his perspective about both life and music. Borrowing from personal memoir and external works alike, NOTHING have worked the deepest influences of their youth and maturation into a package that's ultimately at its most relevant in the present day.
“Tired Of Tomorrow” was originally set for release via Collect Records, until the band discovered that the label had been funded by the now-infamous hedge fund manager Martin Shkreli, whose roster subsequently dissolved under the weight of the unsettling controversy surrounding him. Though the album was written before the Shkreli debacle, Palermo sees those events to only have strengthened the sentiments and ideas behind “Tired Of Tomorrow”, rather than confuse its message.
May 13th 2016 will see the worldwide release of “Tired Of Tomorrow” via Relapse Records. More details and new music will be revealed soon.
1. Fever Queen
2. The Dead Are Dumb
3. Vertigo Flowers
4. ACE (Abcessive Compulsive Disorder)
5. Nineteen Ninety Heaven
6. Curse Of The Sun
7. Eaten By Worms
8. Everyone Is Happy
9. Our Plague
10. Tired Of Tomorrow