May 25, 2024

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No One’s nu-metal debut album from 2001 is finally available on streaming services

They were one of many nu-metal bands that emerged shortly after the success of Hybrid Theory and the overall crest in popularity of the genre, but No One accomplished quite a bit despite only recording and releasing one album together, just a month before September 11th. Having played their first show almost exactly a year before the album’s release and signing to Immortal Records, they eventually toured with Slipknot and System Of A Down on the Pledge Of Allegiance Tour shortly after their self-titled debut album was released, as well as played a bunch of Ozzfest 2001 dates.

They eventually disbanded in 2003 after being dropped by Immortal Records, due to not achieving the kind of commercial success that the label expected. Still, the band achieved things most bands never get to do – touring arenas with bands who were becoming some of the biggest in rock and metal history. And after a long, long wait, the band’s 2001 self-titled debut album is on all streaming services, as of a couple days ago. In addition, they’re also teasing the possibility of some unreleased music they were working on for their second album.

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