18 Songs, 58 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Led by vocalist Jonny Hawkins, San Antonio’s Nothing More play active, radio-friendly rock with big commercial hooks. On The Stories We Tell Ourselves, songs like “Let ’em Burn,” “The Great Divorce,” and the anthemic “Go to War” combine progressive nu-metal riffs with electronic adornment and a definite pop sensibility. “Ripping Me Apart” rides an angular, Rage Against the Machine-style groove into the hip-hop beats and hard funk of “Don’t Stop,” while closer “Fadein/Fadeout” examines the cycle of life and death with soaring choruses.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Led by vocalist Jonny Hawkins, San Antonio’s Nothing More play active, radio-friendly rock with big commercial hooks. On The Stories We Tell Ourselves, songs like “Let ’em Burn,” “The Great Divorce,” and the anthemic “Go to War” combine progressive nu-metal riffs with electronic adornment and a definite pop sensibility. “Ripping Me Apart” rides an angular, Rage Against the Machine-style groove into the hip-hop beats and hard funk of “Don’t Stop,” while closer “Fadein/Fadeout” examines the cycle of life and death with soaring choruses.

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1:39
6:04

About Nothing More

Employing a powerful blend of twisty progressive rock, explosive heavy metal, and soaring, radio-ready alt-rock, hard-hitting, forward-thinking San Antonio-based quartet Nothing More invokes names like System of a Down, 30 Seconds to Mars, Incubus, Mars Volta, and Killswitch Engage. Formed around the talents of longtime friends Jonny Hawkins, Daniel Oliver, Mark Vollelunga, and Paul O'Brien, the band spent years honing their sound and skills, and sharpening their worldview on the road, adopting a strict D.I.Y. ethic and issuing their music independently. In 2013 they inked a deal with the Eleven Seven Music Group, the home of acts like Drowning Pool, Sixx:A.M., Papa Roach, and Hellyeah, and released their eponymous debut for the label, along with the fiery first single "This Is the Time (Ballast)," the following year. It proved to be a breakout release for the veteran band, charting well and introducing them to a much wider audience. Led by the single "Go to War," Nothing More returned with their follow-up, The Stories We Tell Ourselves, in September 2017. ~ James Christopher Monger

  • ORIGIN
    San Antonio, TX
  • FORMED
    2003

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