Cloud Nothings – Last Building Burning (2018) [FLAC 24 bit, 96 kHz]

Cloud Nothings - Last Building Burning (2018) [FLAC 24 bit, 96 kHz] Download

Artist: Cloud Nothings
Album: Last Building Burning
Genre: Indie Rock, Alternative
Release Date: 2018
Audio Format:: FLAC (tracks) 24 bit, 96 kHz
Duration: 35:39
Total Tracks: 8
Total Size: 573 MB


1. Cloud Nothings – On an Edge (03:14)
2. Cloud Nothings – Leave Him Now (03:04)
3. Cloud Nothings – In Shame (03:34)
4. Cloud Nothings – Offer an End (04:08)
5. Cloud Nothings – The Echo of the World (03:56)
6. Cloud Nothings – Dissolution (10:51)
7. Cloud Nothings – So Right So Clean (03:42)
8. Cloud Nothings – Another Way of Life (03:08)


Cleveland, OH’s Cloud Nothings return with their loudest record to date, Undeniably one of the finest and most captivating live acts on the face of the planet, this record goes further towards capturing that power and intensity than any of their previous releases. The album was produced by a legend of heavy music, Randall Dunn (Sunn0))), Earth, Oren Ambarchi, Marissa Nadler, Black Mountain etc) at Sonic Ranch in El Paso, TX. Weighing in at just over thirty minutes it’s a singular listen that reflects the band’s live tenacity – one that sees them surge through the tracks at a speed hitherto unseen on previous outings – the perfect antidote to 2017’s Life Without Sound.Cloud Nothings are nostalgic for real rock. Rock that leaves a mark, that attacks the ears and makes you sweat. Last Building Burning brings Dylan Baldi (vocals), TJ Duke (bass), Joe Boyer (guitar) and Jason Gerycz (drums) back once more for a hardcore sequence of pop-punk tunes. Harder, more authentic, and filthier than their previous Life Without Sound, this has to be their best record to date. Baldi has always been drawn to a certain weight and darkness in music. From the first bar here he is bellowing over frenetic guitars on On An Edge, a song that poses a real risk to your vertebrate, so violent is the headbanging. At the end of the third track, In Shame, the album begins to feel more like a psychological S&M session than anything else. “They won’t remember my name, I’ll be alone in my shame” he sings on a loop. Themes like finality and radical change keep popping up and sometimes give the impression that Cloud Nothings are trying to break free… Last Building Burning is literally explosive! Their raw, mangled sound! The fatalist, authentic vision! Recorded in just eight days and produced by Randall Dunn, Cloud Nothings have delivered a bloody-knuckled knockout album. These are some talented lads without a doubt: but they’re also capable of surprising us, one piece (Dissolution) runs to eleven minutes and becomes a meditation on a chaos of echoes. There’s more to this band than meets the eye…  – Anna Coluthe

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