All In the Nothing – It’s Killing Me (Review)

All In the Nothing - It's Killing Me (Review)

With quirky vocals reminiscent of John Lydon in his Sex Pistols days, and a riff plucked right out of the 1970s, All in the nothing sound like Punk rock purists.

And, if there’s any doubt, check out the guitar solo, a pure exercise in distorsion and blues scale licks. This may not be a group groomed to open for Green Day on stadium rock tours, but there’s plenty of heart of here and they were it proudly on their tailor-torn sleeves.

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