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Once Nothing

First Came The Law

Solid State

Released on January 15, 2008

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$12.75

Self-described as “blue-collar metal,” Pittsburgh Pennsylvania’s ONCE NOTHING exemplify that moniker perfectly, embodying the grit and glory of the Steel City, possessing an unrivaled work ethic and a rarely paralleled song-craft. In describing the concept of “blue-collar metal,” vocalist Todd Lowry explains, “Our mentality now and in the past has always been to tour as much as is humanly possible and show people what this is all about.” Knowing that actions speak louder than words, the band proceeded to play 250 shows in 2006 alone. Always eager to please their existing fans, as well as stun new ones, ONCE NOTHING are proud to present First Came The Law, a churning, brutal blend of hardcore, metal and southern rock that is set to turn the hardcore scene upside down with its uncanny precision, exquisite execution and defiance of genre. With the precision and polish of a band that takes its craft seriously, ONCE NOTHING have achieved the difficult task that few bands before them have done – creating a metal record that will be loved not only by metal fans, but a metal record that will take over the entire WORLD!

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Average Customer Rating: 4 with 3 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 The Intimidator  8%
2 Avoid Me Like The Plague Voted #3  17%
3 Juliet Or At Least What's Left Of Her Voted #1  25%
4 Gunfire Is The Sound Of Freedom  0%
5 The Dust Of A Town  8%
6 My Sweet Madusa  0%
7 Columbus Wasn't Looking For America Voted #2  25%
8 Then There Were Nine  0%
9 All My Heroes Are Cowboys  0%
10 TheTruth About Me Or Someone Like Me  0%
11 Whiskey Breath  17%
12 ...And Then Came Grace  0%
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Chad from St.joseph, MO 
Feb 19 2009 Rating: 4/5 Stars

if you like dirty southern influenced music.. you gotta get this album. although its not as good as their earth mover EP.. its still awesome!

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Derek from Shell Lake, SK Canada 
Dec 30 2008 Rating: 3/5 Stars

I'm not the hugest fan of southern metal, so i'm not quite sure why I bought this. I do really enjoy Maylene, so I took a chance.

This album is repetitive, doesn't branch out, and is just too straight forward.

This review isn't too legitimate for I don't listen to this much, but if you like Maylene and The Sons of Disaster, don't expect these guys to live up to them.

Solid State is destroying themselves, I don't know why they are signing mediocre bands these days.

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Zak from Clarksburg, WV 
Feb 28 2008 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Once Nothing is one of the most intence bands on the Solid State Record company. This album is so loud it just gets me pumped up for anything.





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