Nothing is celebrating the 10th anniversary of their influential debut album Guilty of Everything with a special edition release. This deluxe version will be available on vinyl, with pre-orders starting March 8, 2024.
Excitingly, the anniversary edition includes a previously unreleased 2015 recording of Big Star's "Holocaust," featuring an official video directed by Clara Griot. This track, along with Nothing's rendition of "Joey" by Concrete Blonde—a track originally played during their NPR World Cafe Live Session—is part of the bonus 7" included in this edition. Both songs are accessible on all major streaming platforms.
Domenic Palermo, Nothing's lead singer, reflects on the Big Star cover: "We wrote and recorded this track right before I almost got killed in Oakland. We were out on tour with Cloakroom and Tony Molina, so before Doyle joined Nothing. I forgot it existed until a couple years ago while demoing with Nick out in Oakland for The Great Dismal. Hard to imagine a more crushing piece of music than the Alex Chilton original, but looking back and how things progressed following the recording, this version feels really heavy to me. Looking back, it's almost like an eerie premonition of how quickly things can turn devastating."
This exclusive, limited-edition release features a custom-designed, silver foil laminate jacket with a die-cut outer sleeve. It includes the two bonus tracks on a separate 7", marking their first appearance in any physical format. These special edition variants are exclusively available through Relapse.
Guilty of Everything was recorded and produced by Jeff Zeigler, known for his work with Kurt Vile and War On Drugs. The album is praised for its powerful, introspective, and beautifully dark composition, establishing it as a landmark debut.
The deluxe version of Guilty Of Everything is out March 8. Pre-orders are available here.