Nothing - Guilty Of Everything album flac
|1||Hymn To The Pillory||4:41|
|7||Beat Around The Bush||4:05|
|9||Guilty Of Everything||4:23|
|RR 7247||Nothing||Guilty Of Everything (CD, Album)||Relapse Records||RR 7247||US||2014|
|RR 7247||Nothing||Guilty Of Everything (LP, Album, Dlx, Ltd, Bla)||Relapse Records||RR 7247||US||2014|
|RR 7247||Nothing||Guilty Of Everything (LP, Album, Ltd, Whi)||Relapse Records||RR 7247||US||2014|
|RR 7247||Nothing||Guilty Of Everything (LP, Album, Ltd, RP, Whi)||Relapse Records||RR 7247||US||2014|
|RR 7247||Nothing||Guilty Of Everything (LP, Album, Ltd, RP, LGB)||Relapse Records||RR 7247||USA, Canada & Europe||2015|
Guilty of Everything. Guilty of Everything.
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Guilty of Everything is the debut studio album by the American shoegaze band Nothing. It was released on March 4, 2014, by Relapse Records. The band's musical style has been described as a mixture of 1990s shoegaze, noise rock and slowcore, and also as "heavy dream pop" and "billowy alt-rock
Guilty of Everything by Nothing, released 04 March 2014 1. Hymn To The Pillory 2. Dig 3. Bent Nail 4. Endlessly 5. Somersault 6. Get Well 7. Beat Around The Bush 8. B&E 9. Guilty Of Everything Philadelphia’s NOTHING have been destroying the eardrums of audiences throughout North America for the past 2 years with a magnetic blend of captivatingly dark and beautiful vocals and explosive, blown out, in the red guitar fuzz. Glad to get this on digital having bought the vinyl. That title track emotionally ruins me every time.
With Guilty of Everything, Nothing prove that established sounds such as Shoegaze and Dream Pop, and influence in general, is purely a product of the listener. What ultimately matters is how we react to music beyond the constrains of age old definition and its place in history, through how these sounds makes us feel in the present. And right now, Guilty of Everything is the sound of a band magnificently balancing distinctive styles, simplistic and turbulent structures, and harsh and dreamy textures that eclipses history, influence, and definition.
The guitars are distorted and rich - not unlike those on Smashing Pumpkins’ Siamese Dream or Failure’s Fantastic Planet. One of my few complaints with Guilty of Everything lies with the vocal delivery on the album’s faster numbers, where the band offer some expertly crafted melodies at a punk-paced BPM, but the vocals don’t vary much; this creates an awkward sonic dissonance. I’m curious to see this discrepancy play out live since it’s hard to imagine singing this subdued competing with guitars this loud (in the band’s defense, I’ve read nothing but great things about their live performance).
Nothing's debut album, Guilty of Everything, comes out March 4. Shawn Brackbill/Courtesy of the artist. A profoundly thoughtful, beautifully crushing wave of droning distortion, the album is epic and stirring, even unnerving at times, but it carves a path toward enlightened serenity. Guilty of Everything opens with a warm, ringing guitar as Palermo, his gentle falsetto buried just behind the mix, sings of "summers spent in a well," alone and far from home. It's melancholy, but it feels like a reassuring balm to life's ills - just before the song erupts with the pulverizing tumult that comes to define much of the record.
Philadelphia’s NOTHING have been destroying the eardrums of audiences throughout North America for the past 2 years with a magnetic blend of captivatingly dark and beautiful vocals and explosive, blown out, in the red guitar fuzz. On their debut full length Guilty Of Everything, recorded and produced by Jeff Zeigler (Kurt Vile, War On Drugs, etc) NOTHING 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.
Album Guilty of Everything. Hymn to the Pillory Lyrics. Spent summers in a well Watching pale moons disappear alone And crucifixion seems noble When paradise is hell, atone I think we're far from home . Guilty of Everything Nothing. 1. Hymn to the Pillory.