NOTHING MORE Reveal 'The Scorpion Tail'

Visionary Texas rock quartet NOTHING MORE released their highly anticipated LP The Stories We Tell Ourselves earlier this month, which debuted at #5 in the Current Billboard Albums Chart.    The band’s second album release via major independent label Eleven Seven Label Group/Better Noise Records, The Stories We Tell Ourselves sees NOTHING MORE’s narrative set as an emerging act on the ascent, breathing new life into the genre and driving the resurgence of rock in North America and abroad. In addition to the #5 Billboard Album Debut, The Stories We Tell Ourselves saw stateside Billboard debuts at: #2 Independent Album, #3 Rock Album, #3 Alternative Album, and #15 on the Top-200 Chart. This follows #3 iTunes release day debuts on the Overall Album and Rock Chart. First week sales more than doubled from the band’s 2014 self-titled LP, and this week lead album single “Go To War” is currently Top-5 at Active Rock at #4. NOTHING MORE announced a multiple-date 2018 extension to their current U.S. headline tour, which sees the band – frontman Jonny Hawkins, guitarist Mark Vollelunga, bassist Daniel Oliver, and drummer Ben Anderson – heading to Europe in between headlining venues from coast to coast. The UK leg of the tour kicks off on December 6th at London’s Dingwalls. Famous for their onstage props, this tour sees the Scorpion Tail emerging – a 400 lb.14-foot-tall instrument made from scrap metal, automotive and motorcycle parts. The instrument was hand-crafted by Nothing More bassist Daniel Oliver, a self-taught welder and metal artist. You can learn all about it in the above video. The full European dates for “The Stories We Tell Ourselves Global Tour 2017 are: NOVEMBER Wed, 22 Denmark, Copenhagen, Pumphuset Thu, 23 Sweden, Stockholm, Debaser Strand Fri, 24 Norway, Oslo, John Dee Sun, 26 Germany, Berlin, Musik & Frieden Mon, 27 Poland, Warsaw, Hydrozagadka – Klub Tue, 28 Czech Republic, Prague, Futurum Thu, 30 Austria, Vienna, Chelsea   DECEMBER Fri, 1 Italy, Milan, Legend Club Sat, 2 Switzerland, Zurich, Dynamo Mon, 4 Netherlands, Amsterdam, Melkweg Tue, 5 France, Paris, Les Etoiles Wed, 6 UK, London, Dingwalls Fri, 8 UK, Birmingham, O2 Institute 3 Sat, 9 UK, Glasgow, The Cathouse Sun, 10 UK, Manchester, Sound Control Tue, 12 Belgium, Antwerp, Kvaka Wed, 13 Germany, Cologne, Underground Thu, 14 Germany, Hamburg, Headcrash More details online Photo credit – Alysse Gafkjen]]>

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