Jeffrey Nothing, formerly the haunting voice and co-founder behind Cleveland’s pioneering alterna-metal and industrial collective Mushroomhead, has unleashed a brutal new song and video entitled, “Never Enough.”
Watch the video for “Never Enough,” directed by Rob Neilson of Wired Digital
“Never Enough” is taken from the ‘DOOM CANDY’ EP; co-produced and co-written along with fellow former Mushroomhead guitarist Thomas Church. The EP is available via Zombie Shark Records at www.zombiesharkrecords.com/doomcandy
Jeffrey states, “Throughout life, people or situations will try to tell you that you are a follower and you should be quite content in that role. There is no such thing as give and take. You give and they take. But for all your efforts, the things you contribute, the things you create are just OK. They can be made into something! Freedom is an incredible feeling. You dream again, believe again and feel like… you truly could fly. Rise above. Be you. ‘Fly High Above, Nothing’s Ever, Never Enough!”
Thomas Church adds, “I really enjoyed writing ‘Never Enough.’ It brought out some emotions that had been hiding in plain sight for a moment. The interlocking of melodic and moving melodies mixed with aggressive and emotional passages comes through as a true representation of the human soul.”
Jeffrey Nothing is most known for his role in Mushroomhead; his distinct vocals had driven Mushroomhead’s frightening and extreme performance style, garnered them an enormously devoted cult following and allowed them to sell more than one million albums worldwide. Jeff released his debut solo album The New Psychodalia in 2011, which included the single “Sin O’ Cism.” In 2013, Jeff starred in the movie 13th Sign. He was also the singer of Cleveland-based thrash metal band Hatrix, as well as fronting the band Purgatory in the mid ’80s.
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