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Ontario, Canada’s NOTHING LEFT FOR TOMORROW have begin to make a name for themselves in the rough and tumble world of underground metal. They are now ready to take it worldwide, showing great determination in a very competitive “unsigned” scene.

The Metal Den’s Randy “Rocket” Cody recently conducted an interview with Nick of
NOTHING LEFT FOR TOMORROW for his loyal army of Den Headz worldwide.


Rocket: Where were you born and raised?

Nick: London, Ontario.

Rocket: Do you come from a big family?

Nick: Yes, I have a large family in Quebec, Ontario.

Rocket: What first drew you to playing music?

Nick: My dad. I would play his guitar when I was younger and that’s how I got into it.

Rocket: Who are a few of your biggest guitar playing influences of past and present?

Nick: Dave Murray, My dad and Buddy Guy.

Rocket: What kind of guitars are you currently playing live and in the studio?

Nick: Gibson Les Paul

Rocket: What kind of amp rig?

Nick: Marshall JVM 2000


Rocket: How many hours on average would you say you practice playing guitar each day?

Nick: 5 hours a day.

Rocket: Who are some of the record labels out there that you would love to see your band sign with?

Nick: I enjoy a few European metal labels but it would be great to be on Metal Blade or Roadrunner.

Rocket: I like to have fun with this next one. What’s the funniest thing that’s ever happened to you while
performing on the stage?

Nick: It was years ago when I played guitar and sang in a band called Riplash. I took some acid and every time I’d go for the microphone to sing I’d open my mouth and seemed like I was eating the mic. At one point I went to sing again and leaned in too far and fell on my face and broke my guitar.

Rocket: With all the great metal releases so far in 2009, what albums have been your personal favorites?

Nick: I listen to a lot of old metal but I am a big fan of the new Megadeth and Kreator.

Rocket: What is up next for for NOTHING LEFT FOR TOMORROW?

Nick: We’re going to start recording our new album.

Rocket: Where do you see yourself in ten years from now?

Nick: Continuing to play with Nothing Left For Tomorrow for the remainder of my career.

Rocket: Thanks very much for rocking this out with me. Best of luck with it all moving forward. Go ahead
and give thanks out to any of your friends, family and supporters.

Nick: Thanks to everyone who’s ever come out to a show, thanks to my family for being so supportive and thanks to my friends for putting up with my bullshit.