Hard Rock Act Nothing Coming to Grog in October

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The hard rock act Nothing. - BEN RAYNER
  • Ben Rayner
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The hard rock act Nothing just announced a fall tour in support of its critically acclaimed new album, The Great Dismal. The band stops at the Grog Shop on Oct. 21. Frankie Rose will open the show.

In addition, the tour will celebrate the fifth anniversary of the Tired of Tomorrow full-length, which the band just reissued as a special deluxe LP that features a flexi disc 7-inch with an exclusive unreleased demo and alternate "aged" artwork.



Tickets for the Nothing show at the Grog Shop are on sale now at bandofnothing.com.

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