Less than a year after their blistering debut album New Brigade, Danish band Iceage have their follow-up record at the ready and will release it next year. You’re Nothing (yay for apostrophes!) will be released February 19th via Matador and Eshco Records, and that’s the album artwork above. After offering up locks of hair from the band’s members and knives, it’s probably best the Iceage get back to offering up music instead, despite how anti-punk that might sound. Check out the tracklisting to You’re Nothing below.
04 Burning Hand
05 In Haze
07 Everything Drifts
08 Wounded Hearts
09 It Might Hit First
12 You’re Nothing
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