All For Nothing – Under A Different Sun


All For Nothing from Rotterdam, The Netherlands, has left their mark in the European scene since their very first shows in 2004 and their first full length “Can’t Kill What’s Inside” from 2007.

The Band has played several headline tours in Europe and had the pleasure to share stages with bands like Bane, Down to Nothing, Parkway Drive, Terror, H20, Sick of it All, Agnostic Front, Cro-Mags, This Is Hell, Cruel Hand, Go It Alone, VERSE, The Warriors and Comeback Kid.

Due to their active touring since day one, All For Nothing has created an energetic and mental live show through the past years.

At the end of 2008 All For Nothing released their highly acclaimed MCD / 7” “Solitary” and did a release tour together with Boston legends Slapshot all over Europe.

Nearly one year after their successful release of “Solitary” All For Nothing will write a new chapter in the band’s history with the release of their new full length “Miles & Memories”.

Driven by personal lyrics and musically influenced by a huge spectrum of music not only limited to hardcore, the new album is the matured and most versatile record until now.

 
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