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No Tomorrow- Nuclear Exposure 7” ~LTD TO 140 COPIES!

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No Tomorrow- Nuclear Exposure 7”.  On their second record, North Carolina's No Tomorrow move away from the straightforward, brutal crust of their first record and toward something much more interesting. These two songs retain the big production and brutal vocals of their earlier work, but add in some brilliant melodic lead guitar that immediately brings to mind the almighty Death Side. If you like searing leads, huge guitars, and gutteral vocals you're going to flip for these two songs. The packaging on this one is also gorgeous and features a two-color screened jacket with hand-stamped labels. THESE ARE LIMITED TO 140 HAND NUMBERED COPIES and numbered on the inside of the 7” Jacket!

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