04 March, 2014

Full Album Stream: Nothing: Guilty Of Everything – new album


Influenced by a line from the play “The Balcony” by prominent and controversial French novelist, playwright and poet Jean Genet: “It’s the hour when night breaks away from the day, my dove, let me go”, or so their Facebook page says, Philadelphia's NOTHING reportedly “seamlessly merge the huge distorted guitar sound of 90s/00s alternative rock giants MY BLOODY VALENTINE and SMASHING PUMPKINS with JESU's introspective post-metal/hardcore” on their just released debut LP ‘Guilty Of Everything’. Available for your listening pleasure in full below, courtesy of Relapse Records, ‘Guilty Of Everything’, was recorded and produced by Jeff Zeigler and awaits your order here (Relapse Records store), on iTunes, Amazon, Spotify etc. This triumph of a debut that “successfully manages to be massively loud, darkly introspective and totally beautiful all at once” is being revered by the industry experts as well, with Noisey describing it as “the most complete, satisfying, and original-sounding shoegaze album since the scene that celebrated itself burnt out”, NPR saying it “is epic and stirring, even unnerving at times, but it carves a path toward enlightened serenity” and Rolling Stone and Stereogum depicting NOTHING's sound as “vast” and “enormous” respectively. So, since not much else is known about NOTHING, trust the experts' opinions and/or trust your own judgments:

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