Influenced by some of the planet’s best rock-makers, such as, Blink 182 and Guns N’ Roses, the Emporia, Kansas-native alt/punk/grunge/hard-rock outfit known as, All From Nothing, is working hard to aid the effort in reviving Rock’N’Roll’s spot at pop culture’s musical helm.
“An Alternative band from the middle of Kansas and east of nowhere.”
Consisting of, Jeff Kitselman (vocals), Sage Thurston (vocals, drums), Josh Pavlik (bass), and Gabriel Maruda (guitar, vocals), the nostalgic foursome previously released the single, Walk Away in anticipation of their debut EP, Eyes To The Stars, a raucous and satiating multi-rock-genre experience…not to mention one of the most bad-ass album covers we’ve ever seen.
The fifth single off of that EP, Down On Me, struck us immediately with its ultra-vibrant, high-energy, Blink 182-esque guitar sequence. Kitselman’s vocals are a bold, more-than-reminiscent second-coming of the likes of Puddle Of Mudd’s, Wes Scantlin. Lyrically, a song about the inevitable regrets caused via time’s passage, there is no self-pity happening in this colorful pop-punk-rock piece, which even offers a lovely little ambient break at the 2:31 mark.
Puddle Of Mudd meets Blink 182 with hints of Jimmy Eat World…
BELOW: Listen to All From Nothing’s new single, Down On Me, and connect with their website and social media platforms. Please support All From Nothing by visiting them online, and playing, downloading, and/or purchasing their music, or attending a live show! And, as always, thank you for supporting real music!