nothing,nowhere., the creative brainchild of Vermont’s own Joe Mulherin, is revving up for a remarkable return to North America with the upcoming VOID ETERNAL Fall 2023 Tour, starting on September 5th. The tour is a DCD2 / Fueled By Ramen production and will feature a thrilling line-up of special guests including SeeYouSpaceCowboy, Static Dress, and UnityTX. The inaugural concert will be an homage to the artist’s roots, taking place in Burlington, VT at the renowned Higher Ground venue.
Across a five-week long journey, nothing,nowhere. and his entourage will rock coast-to-coast, culminating with a grand finale in Santa Ana, CA at the Observatory OC on October 12th. The anticipation can be felt in the air, as pre-sales for tickets are set to launch tomorrow, June 6th at 12:00PM ET, followed by a general ticket sale commencing Friday, June 9th at 12:00PM ET. Full details of the tour and ticket information are available on nothingnowhere.net.
This tour showcases nothing,nowhere.’s latest musical masterpiece, VOID ETERNAL, an album which heralds a heavier, darker era in his music career. This 12-track journey through the abyss received widespread applause and has already garnered over 10 million streams.
Critics and fans alike have lauded VOID ETERNAL. The Line of Best Fit celebrates it as a “rebirth”, while Revolver praises it as a benchmark in nothing,nowhere.’s career, acknowledging his successful leap into heavy metal. KERRANG! extols it as “the heaviest record of his career”. The artist has also candidly discussed the album with Alternative Press and UPSET.
Produced in the solitude of his self-built studio, a refurbished barn nestled in Vermont’s woodland, the album was a largely solitary project. However, for certain tracks, Mulherin invited select friends and collaborators to contribute. These include former Counterparts’ guitarist Blake Hardman, engineer Brody McKeegan, producer Taylor Morgan, and guest artists such as Pete Wentz of Fall Out Boy, Underoath, Buddy Nielsen of Senses Fail, Freddie Dredd and Silverstein. Notable collaborations with Static Dress, SeeYouSpaceCowboy, and Will Ramos of Lorna Shore also add an extra layer of raw intensity to the album.
Mulherin’s 2021 album TRAUMA FACTORY precedes VOID ETERNAL and was met with significant acclaim. This includes the track “DEATH,” which The New York Times lauded as an “immensely satisfying emotional expurgation”. Mulherin’s unique blend of human suffering with an unconventional aesthetic has allowed his art to stand out, creating a captivating narrative and unforgettable soundscape.
It is clear that this upcoming tour will extend his trajectory, solidifying nothing,nowhere.’s reputation as a formidable force in the world of alternative music.
September 5th in Burlington, VT @ Higher Ground
September 6th in New York, NY @ Gramercy Theatre
September 8th in Boston, MA @ Big Night Live
September 9th in Philadelphia, PA @ The TLA
September 10th in Baltimore, MD @ Baltimore Soundstage
September 12th in Pittsburgh, PA @ Thunderbird
September 13th in Toronto, ON @ The Phoenix
September 14th in Pontiac, MI @ The Crofoot
September 16th in Chicago, IL @ Riot Fest*
September 17th in Cleveland, OH @ The Roxy
September 18th in Columbus, OH @ King of Clubs
September 20th in Indianapolis, IN @ HiFi
September 21st in Louisville, KY @ Louder Than Life*
September 22nd in St. Louis, MO @ Red Flag
September 23rd in Atlanta, GA @ Heaven @ The Masquerade
September 25th in Fort Lauderdale, FL @ Revolution
September 26th in Tampa, FL @ The Orpheum
September 28th in Austin, TX @ Empire Garage
September 29th in Dallas, TX @ The Studio @ The Factory
October 1st in Albuquerque, NM @ Sunshine Theater
October 2nd in Denver, CO @ Ogden Theater
October 3rd in Salt Lake City, UT @ The Union
October 5th in Sacramento, CA @ Aftershock*
October 6th in Portland, OR @ Hawthorne Theater
October 8th in Santa Cruz, CA @ The Catalyst
October 10th in Los Angeles, CA @ The Regent
October 11th in San Diego, CA @ House of Blues
October 12th in Santa Ana, CA @ Observatory OC
* = Festival (nothing,nowhere. only)