Leaked Release - September 15th, 2017 Genre - Alternative Metal, Progressive Rock Quality - MP3 320Kbps CBR; FLAC Tracklist: 01.
Leaked Release - September 15th, 2017 Genre - Alternative Metal, Progressive Rock Quality - MP3 320Kbps CBR; FLAC Tracklist: 01. (Ambition; Destruction) 02. Do You Really Want It? 03. (Convict; Divide) 04. Let em Burn 05. Ripping Me Apart 06. Dont Stop 07. Funny Little Creatures 08. (React; Respo. Nothing More - The Stories We Tell Ourselves (2017). Started by Why Nolin?, September 14, 2017. 25 posts in this topic.
The Stories We Tell Ourselves is the fifth studio album by the American rock band Nothing More, which was released on September 15, 2017. It is the band's second album to be released on the Eleven Seven Music record label. The album's first single, "Go to War", topped the Billboard US Mainstream Rock Songs chart in November 2017. The band received three Grammy Award nominations related to the album; Best Rock Performance and Best Rock Song for "Go to War", and Best Rock Album for the album itself.
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I enjoyed Nothing More's debut self-titled release, but it felt more like a collection of singles than "The Stories We Tell Ourselves. There is more maturity and flow throughout their sophomore release, and for a radio-friendly band, Nothing More offers a surprisingly complex sound. Well produced and uniquely original, this album is solid, and I mean SOLID.
Artist: Nothing More
Title: The Stories We Tell Ourselves
Year Of Release: 2017
Label: Better Noise Records
Genre: Hard Rock, Alternative
Quality: FLAC (tracks)
Total Time: 58:43
Total Size: 387 Mb
01. Ambition / Destruction 00:18
02. Do You Really Want It? 03:53
03. Convict / Divide 00:41
04. Let 'Em Burn 03:55
05. Ripping Me Apart 03:29
06. Don't Stop 04:14
07. Funny Little Creatures 03:27
08. React / Respond 02:29
09. The Great Divorce 04:39
10. Still In Love 04:36
11. Alone / Together 01:31
12. Go to War 04:05
13. Just Say When 03:41
14. Accept / Disconnect 01:54
15. Who We Are 03:25
16. Tunnels 04:11
17. End / Begin 01:39
18. Fade In / Fade Out 06:04
One of the most hotly contested topics in the music industry today is the concept of genres, or subgenres. The subgenre category of any given band depends heavily on its fans. Some fans may consider a band to be in a certain subgenre or category, other fans may categorize the band differently. Some bands may fit snugly into more than one category, or overlap categories, such as Nothing More, an active rock/metal quartet hailing from San Antonio, Texas. With Johnny Hawkins on vocals, Mark Vollelunga on guitar, Daniel Oliver on bass and Ben Anderson on drums, Nothing More has been categorized as rock, alternative metal, progressive metal. But, their true category is defined by the listener, and changes according to the listener’s tastes.
Nothing More’s latest effort, ‘The Stories We Tell Ourselves’ is their 6th studio album set to drop September 15, 2017. Nothing More has enjoyed success with their previous outings and this effort should be no different. They inherently exhibit all the requisite trappings of a young alt-metal band such as high-pitched vocals, strong drum lines and a hip-hop feel which is wildly popular right now. They don’t exhibit the extreme hip-hop vibe such as is apparent in bands like Hollywood Undead and the like, but it’s still there and still discernible to the untrained ear.
The album opens with a short and very noisy intro dubbed “Ambition; Destruction” which leads into “Do You Really Want It”, the first full track on the album. The song opens with a slightly calmer feel than the intro implies. This track, along with all the tracks on this effort, boasts a great back beat, complex lyrics and a multi-voice and raucous chorus that blends well with the intense guitar work throughout the song. Lest we forget Hawkins’ high-pitched screeching vocals that so many contemporary bands have right now. However, Hawkins’ vocals stand out in a sea of emo bad boys that are currently saturating the market as they are strong, distinctive and fit well with the overall sound and feel of the band.