Jeffrey Nothing (Ex-Mushroomhead) Premieres “The Outage” Video

Jeffrey Nothing (ex-Mushroomhead) has premiered a new video for his new single “The Outage.” You can check that out below:

Nothing commented:

“We all come with an expiration date. From our first breath, till our last, we are a miracle in motion; full of emotion, fears, and an air of invincibility. How we treat our fellow man and our life matters. Other than love, you sincerely can’t take it with you. Above is a place I pray to one day be, not a circle I put myself in as I traverse this lifetime.

Freedom means everything. All complexes aside, we have no owners. Dream big and share your soul… I, for one, will be listening. So many trash their bodies and minds and feel they just get to wake up from whatever mistake they just made no matter what. It is so heartbreaking to watch a generation be wiped out because they truly believe they are invincible. We are not.

Risking oneself for that ever-elusive first high destroys far more than the singular self. Parents never want to outlive their children. You are not that invincible person who will beat any challenge, just because. Stop for one second and be that miracle baby again. Not the almost adult who crushed everyone’s dreams, all because you wanted to escape a temporary nightmare. Death is the end, not a new beginning. Ever.”

Director Ian D. Sniesak added:

“Life is full of hardships, challenges, tribulations… It can be difficult in the moments of pain to see through to the other side, that there’s a way to come out victorious. It can be easy to compromise or give in to something that offers a moment of relief; a temporary solution to a problem that might turn into a permanent consequence.

It can be easy to think that you will remain in control but more often than not what we think we control ends up controlling us. Pain and trauma are the real gateway drugs and until we learn to face the pain and overcome we will continue the cycle of abuse, be it substance or other. If we don’t, addiction ends up being in control. It destroys what’s beautiful, and then dances and parades what remains around for all the world to see.

It can be easy to become ensnared in the prisons of our mind. If we take a close look at ourselves in the midst of our addiction, it can seem as if we are suffocating, wrapped in the fake plastic of the lies we believe that have now led us to the predicament we are in.

Acknowledging there is a problem is the first step. Then we must fight, for our freedom and for our lives, one day at a time.”

Jeffrey Nothing (Ex-Mushroomhead) Premieres New Song “Never Enough”

Jeffrey Nothing (ex-Mushroomhead) has premiered a new song titled “Never Enough.” The frontman co-wrote the track with guitarist Thomas Church (ex-Mushroomhead).

Nothing commented:

“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!”

Church added:

“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 thru as a true representation of the human soul.”

Jeffrey Nothing (Ex-Mushroomhead) Announces May Shows

Jeffrey Nothing (ex-Mushroomhead) has announced some May shows with Junk. You can find the dates for that run below. Nothing’s solo band finds him joined by Thomas Church (ex-Mushroomhead), Noah “Shark” Robertson (ex-Motograter/The Browning), etc.

Tour Dates:

05/23 Pryor, OK – Rocklahoma Pre-Party
05/24 Kansas City, MO – Aftershock Live
05/25 Ft. Worth, TX – Lolas
05/26 San Antonio, TX – Bond’s

Jeffrey Nothing (ex-Mushroomhead) Premieres New Song “Dead Space/Dead Inside”

Jeffrey Nothing (ex-Mushroomhead) has premiered a new song titled “Dead Space/Dead Inside.“ You can check that out below. Nothing’s solo band finds him joined by guitarist Thomas Church (ex-Mushroomhead), drummer Noah “Shark” Robertson (ex-Motograter/The Browning), etc.

Nothing commented:

“We are not things. A soul cannot be owned… We as beings travel this amazing journey. Sometimes, thru no fault of our own, we can shut off our true selves. Tread water or lesser quality bodies of who knows what and focus on breathing, period.

Crashes can be detrimental, lingering impossible. The new subsequent path, scorched by the unbound bird, prey no more. Ramblings come more into focus. Oblivion, began again. The pen, mightier than the sword. We are not damned if we do. It’s much more the case, if we don’t. Prison can quite frankly be a state of mind and mine, Thanks but no thanks.. Was meant for so much more than that!”

Jeffrey Nothing (ex-Mushroomhead) Premieres New Song “Fragile Mind”

Jeffrey Nothing (ex-Mushroomhead) has premiered a new song titled “Fragile Mind.“ You can check that out below. Nothing’s solo project finds him joined by guitarist Thomas Church (ex-Mushroomhead), drummer Noah “Shark” Robertson (ex-Motograter/The Browning), vocalist Ian D, and bassist Kahler Hatrix.

Nothing commented:

“This song wrote itself! Life takes odd twists and turns and sometimes finds dead ends. Creativity is a gift, yours to guide you through peace of mind and life experiences… we choose our paths. We alone should command our directions, our course to happiness and never despair, no matter what anyone else believes or demands… Ever!

‘Fragile Mind‘ is one of many new songs I have had the pleasure of being a part of. Working with people with heart and soul! Yes, soul is incredible, to say the very least. Thomas Church, Noah Robertson, Ian D, Kahler Hatrix and others have brought huge smiles and laughter and other emotions, long dead back to the creative process.

Art isn’t about orders or demands, it is about doing what you love. We have a plethora of music and amazing minds helping to construct a living, breathing “Monster” of a musical journey. Our fans deserve NOTHING but love too.”

Tour Dates:

10/06 Iola, KS – RocktoberFest
10/13 Chanute, KS – RocktoberFest