Young metallic hardcore band ROT AWAY release their debut album “Nothing Is Good”, officially today.
Since their self-titled debut EP, Rot Away has undergone major changes in expression and songwriting, which can clearly be heard now on “Nothing Is Good”.
The previous inspirations from bands like Grieved, No Omega, Trap Them etc., can still be found in the music, but the focus on “Nothing Is Good” has shifted to a heavier and more metallic sound, in a larger style than before, with bands such as Brutality Will Prevail, END and Power Trip.
Lyrically, “Nothing Is Good” continues the tales of failure, anger, and honesty, in the same style as previous releases, but where the hatred and failure stops, the realisation begins that there are some things that do not change.
“Nothing Is Good” was produced, engineered and mixed by Peter Hove Olsen at Infinite White Studio. Mastered by Chris Kreutzfeldt (Ghost Iris, Cabal). Out now in digital and LP via Last Mile Records. Orders are available here.
Jonathan Albrechtsen – vocals
Christian Hammer Mattesen – guitars
Ole Palm Schwartz – bass
Andreas Albrechtsen – drums