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You're Nothing

by Iceage

You're Nothing by Iceage

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You're Nothing

by Iceage

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Label: Matador
Following a 2011 debut that inspired more hipster blog bytes than the rest of Copenhagen's population combined, depressive Danes Iceage return with a squatter-rock sophomore set maybe even punkier than its predecessor -- at least if punk means varying your Killing Joke dolor with Hüsker Dü Zen Arcade barrage (see "In Haze" and "It Might Hit First") fronted by Darby Crash-style blabbermouthing through a Vaselined lens. "Ecstasy" gets stressed out and spits staccato; "Interlude" goes the militia-drummed industrial instrumental route. "Everything Drifts" raises fists like the revolution's begun.

About This Album

Following a 2011 debut that inspired more hipster blog bytes than the rest of Copenhagen's population combined, depressive Danes Iceage return with a squatter-rock sophomore set maybe even punkier than its predecessor -- at least if punk means varying your Killing Joke dolor with Hüsker Dü Zen Arcade barrage (see "In Haze" and "It Might Hit First") fronted by Darby Crash-style blabbermouthing through a Vaselined lens. "Ecstasy" gets stressed out and spits staccato; "Interlude" goes the militia-drummed industrial instrumental route. "Everything Drifts" raises fists like the revolution's begun.

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About This Album

Following a 2011 debut that inspired more hipster blog bytes than the rest of Copenhagen's population combined, depressive Danes Iceage return with a squatter-rock sophomore set maybe even punkier than its predecessor -- at least if punk means varying your Killing Joke dolor with Hüsker Dü Zen Arcade barrage (see "In Haze" and "It Might Hit First") fronted by Darby Crash-style blabbermouthing through a Vaselined lens. "Ecstasy" gets stressed out and spits staccato; "Interlude" goes the militia-drummed industrial instrumental route. "Everything Drifts" raises fists like the revolution's begun.