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JEFFERY NOTHING Releases New Song "Sin 'O Cism" Online

  • News // » by: Chee Kam on Sep 28, 2011 at 10:32AM
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Jeffrey Nothing, the haunting voice behind Cleveland's pioneering alterna-metal collective Mushroomhead, has premiered the song "Sin 'O Cism" online at this location. The track appears on Jeffrey Nothing's new solo album 'The New Psychodalia', which lands in stores October 10th, 2011 courtesy of Suburban Noize Records and digitally HERE.

"The song "Sin 'O Cism" is a view of the state of the world today. Government by the people is nothing more than a fantastic oxymoron. Money or the lack thereof, is a huge deciding factor when it comes to ones guilt or innocence and whether or not said individual will continue to walk free or rot behind bars," commented Nothing about the song. "You would think humanity would make strides toward peace, enlightened by the costs in loss of life, from years of conflict and yet nothing really seems to ever change. We burn through our natural resources at a blinding pace with no thought of what our children's children will use and life itself has dropped in worth much faster than our struggling dollar. Throughout all of this it is still us against them. The poor multitudes drowning in hope as the rich shell out hundreds a plate for the next best liar. We all create our own monsters because we want to believe someone so badly."

Jeffrey Nothing is ready to open the door and reveal the skeletons buried beneath the floor boards with the release of his solo album, 'The New Psychodalia'. Mixing hypnotic rhythmic grooves and punishing riffs, along with Jeffrey Nothing's beautifully deranged lyrics, 'The New Psychodalia' is a tormented soundscape that shakes listeners to the core. The album was produced by Mushroomhead drummer Steve "Skinny" Felton.

For more information, please visit: www.facebook.com/jeffreynothing.music.
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