nothing,nowhere. announces new album, ‘VOID ETERNAL’
nothing,nowhere. has announced a new album called VOID ETERNAL.
The follow-up to 2021’s Trauma Factory, which spawned the single “fake friend,” will arrive March 31.
“I want to be what bands like Linkin Park were to me,” nothing,nowhere. says. “I want to provide that level of inspiration and comfort and I want to be a safe haven to a kid who is struggling. I made it exactly how I wanted to with zero outside influence. This is the purest expression I could put down in audio form. This is the music that made me, and I want to return the favor.”
VOID ETERNAL features the previously released songs “CYAN1DE,” featuring Fall Out Boy‘s Pete Wentz, as well as “M1SERY_SYNDROME,” featuring Buddy Nielsen of Senses Fail, and “MEMORY_FRACTURE.” A fourth track, “THIRST4VIOLENCE,” featuring Silverstein and Freddie Dredd, is out now via digital outlets.
nothing,nowhere. will launch a U.S. tour in support of VOID ETERNAL in April.
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