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End of a World Ideology

by The Next New Nothings

A Hieronymous Bosch adventure matched with garage jams, surfy riffs and speed freaks tripping through modern society.
Genre: Rock: Garage Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. The Warning / Take My Time
3:28 $0.99
2. If You Make It to Hell
2:48 $0.99
3. I Don't Know Who I Am
2:12 $0.99
4. She Said No
2:15 $0.99
5. She's a Wild One
2:37 $0.99
6. Post Next Day Animal Blues
2:34 $0.99
7. Get Me Where I Need to Go
3:12 $0.99
8. A Thousand Years
3:20 $0.99
9. Revolution Pending
3:32 $0.99
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Album Notes
The origin of "The Next New Nothings" rests somewhere in the cold and desolate winters of Cleveland, OH. Started by English Literature enthusiasts Patrick Nothing (Vocals/Guitar), Alex Nothing (Vocals/Bass/Guitar) and Stanton Nothing (Vocals/Percussion). "The Next New Nothings" create a multitude of sounds influenced by a number of different genres meshed together. Often times, the songs begin with melodic riffs and hooks that collapse into an entangled intertwining of distorted riffing and bomb-like, improvised drumming. The lineup also includes straight up, yet, catchy rockers. This all comes together on "The Next New Nothings" debut album "End of the World Ideology" out now.

Some Reviews:

“This is a great song. It is rare that I fall in love with a hard rock song. But, I really like this one. I would like to hear it on the
radio soon. I would consider buying this song, or maybe even the entire album. The instrument selection was perfect. The
music industry has no set standard for instrument selection, lyrics, melodies, and vocals when it comes to new music. When
new music is reviewed, the music industry often leaves it up to the fans of music. This is a great one. This one is marketable in
the state that it is in. I think to try and change this song would be a tragedy.

“The electric guitar in the beginning puts me in a dancing mood. It plays and builds up for a while and breaks out into a loud
chorus. The melody and beat makes this song great because it makes the listener want to dance and let it all out. Because
the song is so cheerful, it lets down my guard even after I had a stressful day. The tempo of the song and melody are
awesome as well. I believe it will be a commercial success because of the lively tempo and fun chorus.”

'Luckily, this isn't just another garage band. They have a pretty diverse sound, ranging from spaced out surf to punk garage. Definitely a band to watch.'



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