The Salvation by Nothing but a Nightmare: Album Review
The new album by the American band Nothing but a Nightmare, titled “The Salvation,” was published on October 14 and is their most recent work. This most recent addition to NBN’s catalog is a whole new endeavor for its members, and it draws inspiration from the style of music produced by Machine Gun Kelly. The lyrics are filled with angst and are reminiscent of those written by Taylor Swift.
Concerning The Salvation, its eleven songs don’t hold back when it comes to portraying the fury that is sometimes connected to entering young adulthood. The fact that everyone is going off to college, starting careers, and falling in love makes it easy for even the closest of friends to become estranged from one another. The album is also a tribute to the pervasive rage that people in society feel as it adjusts to regular life following the pandemic. When Tamanini returned to college after being away from it for several months, he noticed that people seemed to have forgotten how to interact with one another in a polite and respectful manner. Writing songs for The Salvation was a way for him to process the unpleasant emotions and then the four bandmates turned it into a strong musical background.
After dealing with COVID, frustration, and non-lasting friendships, Nothing But A Nightmare came out the better end of it so tune into their album right now!
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Review by: Audrey Castel