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Down to Nothing: All My Sons [7-inch]All My Sons [7-inch] (2010)
Reviewer Rating: 4
Contributed by: OverDefinedOverDefined
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Richmond’s Down to Nothing is in many ways the quintessential hardcore band: heavy without being metal or tough-guy, fun but not dumb or cheesy, and catchy while still maintaining a hard edge. The guitars are huge, but stick to riffs you could hum along to and the vocals are in mid-range and don’t take too many chances. It’s a formula that many bands try, but few perform so effortlessly as Down to Nothing. If someone who wasn't familiar with this genre asked me to hear something, I would play them this band because they hit all the modern elements, but simply do it in a more enjoyable way than most any other band of this style.
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