Tired Of Tomorrow (CD)


Nothing

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Amoeba Review

Philly hardcore dudes Nothing dive deep into the shoegaze pool on their latest. Tired of Tomorrow hits hard, with cymbals crashing into textured walls of guitar on opener “Fever Queen.” Their grounding in hardcore gives added oomph to dreamy power-pop tunes like “Vertigo Flowers.” Songs like “A.C.D.” and “Curse of the Sun” recall the best of heavy ’90s alt-rock (pre nu-metal), reminiscent of bands like Helmet and Smashing Pumpkins. Nothing are very indebted in particular to Slowdive and Chapterhouse, but they’re in on the joke — one song is even called “Nineteen Ninety Heaven.” And with touches of violin and piano on ballads like “Everyone Is Happy,” or the Morricone riff and desert sway of “The Dead Are Dumb,” Nothing’s second album is varied and balanced. While some bands remain allergic to distortion since the ’90s, Tired of Tomorrow is a big, fuzzy embrace of distorted anthems.



Track Listing



Disc 1 Titles
Artist
Length
1.
Fever Queen
Nothing 02:56
2.
The Dead Are Dumb
Nothing 04:30
3.
Vertigo Flowers
Nothing 03:24
4.
A.C.D. (Abcessive Compulsive Disorder)
Nothing 03:39
5.
Nineteen Ninety Heaven
Nothing 04:40
6.
Curse Of The Sun
Nothing 04:47
7.
Eaten By Worms
Nothing 05:00
8.
Everyone Is Happy
Nothing 04:54
9.
Our Plague
Nothing 05:29
10.
Tired Of Tomorrow
Nothing 06:23

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