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Down to Nothing
Origin Richmond, Virginia
Genres Hardcore punk
Years active 2000 – Present
Labels Revelation Records
Thorp Records
Members
David Wood
Daniel Spector
Jared Carman
Alan Long
Ryan Wall

Down to Nothing (or DTN) is a straight edge hardcore punk band based out of Richmond, Virginia. Since their inception in 2000, DTN have toured all over the United States, Europe, and Australia. Their most recent studio recording is a CD/vinyl release titled "The Most" on Revelation Records which was released on July 15, 2007. DTN's first two albums, "Save It for the Birds" and "Splitting Headache" are currently out of print, but are set to be re-released in February on one CD/LP, titled "Unbreakable."

Members of Down to Nothing have also been involved in other Richmond, VA-based acts such as the hardcore punk bands Murder Weapon of which David Wood provided backing vocals, Bracewar, Iron Boots, Dead Serious, the pop punk band Game On, which featured members of Down to Nothing, Murder Weapon and the Virginia metalcore band Scarlet (on Ferret Records).

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Members

  • David Wood - vocals
  • Daniel Spector - drums
  • Jared Carman - bass
  • Alan Long - guitar
  • Ryan Wall - guitar

Past members

  • Scott Eckert - bass
  • Adam Barker - bass
  • Ryan Groat - guitar

Discography

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Albums

EPs

  • Higher Learning (7") 7" vinyl single/EP (Revelation Records, 2006)
  • Down to Nothing (self-titled) (Self-released, 2001)
  • Hem Hem (2008)

Split releases

  • Split 7"/CD with Kids Like Us (Knife Or Death Records, 2005)
  • Split 7" with On Thin Ice (2005)
  • Split with 50 Lions (2008)
  • Split with Carry Their Burdens(2008)

Other releases

  • Demo (2002)

References

External links


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