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Something from Nothing

Posted Sept. 12, 2020, 1:27 p.m. in Records by Loren
Something from Nothing

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Now approaching ten years as a band, Nothing returns with the band's fourth full-length.


Nothing will release The Great Dismal on Oct. 30 on Relapse Records.


The new record was ecorded during quarantine with producer Will Yip. Check out a video for single "Say Less" after the bump.

The Great Dismal Track list: 

A Fabricated Life
Say Less
April Ha Ha
Catch a Fade
Famine Asylum
Bernie Sanders
In Blueberry
Memories
Blue Mecca
Just a Story
Ask The Rust

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