With a sound that splits the difference between heavy metal darkness and shimmering shoegaze beauty, Philadelphia band NOTHING revolves around the songs and vision of Domenic Palermo. The group's walls of distorted guitars and pummeling drums are topped by angelic vocal harmonies and thoughtful lyrics.
Their debut album, 2014's Guilty of Everything, struck a chord with metal and shoegaze fans, and while subsequent albums dialled back the heaviness, they replaced it with a soaring pop sound and soul-searching lyrics, particularly on 2018's Dance on the Blacktop, which dealt with Palermo's health issues.
Ever progressive, NOTHING keep true to their chaotic outlook on life and keen eye to avoid repetition on their latest full-length album The Great Dismal. With a radical cast of talented contributors such as harpist Mary Lattimore, classical musician Shelley Weiss, and singer/songwriter/producer Alex G., The Great Dismal showcases yet another essential side of the band’s trademark American Post-Shoegaze.
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