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Versus the Nothing


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Versus the Nothing out of Vancouver, BC, is a 5 piece alternative hard rock band with an emphasis on heavy guitars and powerful melodic vocals, infamous for their high energy live show.

Since releasing their debut album “Let It All Come Down” & hitting the commercial airwaves as winners in the 2008 Fox Seeds contest,getting airplay in Canada & the US. had a song in a Mazda commercial & are now featured on the Official 2010 Olympics video game for X-box, PS3 & PC. With their tireless tour schedule & highly anticipated follow up “Black Gloves” EP set to drop early 2011 mixed by industry heavy weight Mike Fraser (AC/DC, Metalica). VERSUS THE NOTHING will have a busy year in 2011 of touring, with eyes on them as they continue to create the “Buzz” that will make them a house hold name.

The unabashed, melodic, hard rock band, Versus the Nothing is a quintet that focuses on writing solid songs with tight, energetic performances. Their music combines heavy guitars, with powerful, melodic vocals that are propelled by driving rhythms and anthemic choruses. Clean, quiet moments swell into raging guitars, punctuated by short blasts of gang vocals as they rise into crashing sing-along choruses, accented by hopeful lyrics.
Their namesake draws upon that same energy, inspired by The Neverending Story, where an evil force called The Nothing tries to take over everything in existence. It’s a journey from pain to joy; a story that encourages us to believe that happiness is achievable even in the most dire of circumstances.”

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