Nothing More are making their case to be included among the breakout bands of 2014. The band recently signed a record deal with Eleven Seven Music Group and are just starting to burn up the airwaves with their new single, 'This Is the Time (Ballast).'

The track is a definite attention grabber, blasting out of the gate full force. Paul O'Brien's brutal drumming and Jonny Hawkins' vocals pull you in, Mark Vollelunga's guitar work drives the track, and the heavy bass of Daniel Oliver finishes you off and leaves you wanting more.

The San Antonio-based rockers are thrilled to get their career off on the right foot. Hawkins says of signing with Eleven Seven, "The day has finally come that we are partnering with a label that feels as passionately as we do about conquering the world through music. We couldn't be prouder to be working with the amazing people at Eleven Seven!"

And if you need proof of the label's belief in the band, Eleven Seven CEO Allen Kovac adds, "Every 10 years or so there is a band that sonically and lyrically shakes things up and cuts through the clutter. For true rock fans that moment has arrived with Nothing More. That is why we signed them to a five album guaranteed contract."

If you like what you hear of Nothing More's 'This Is the Time (Ballast)' in the player above, you can pick up the track via iTunes. You can also find them over the next few months sharing stages with Lacuna Coil, Kyng, Eve to Adam, Chevelle and Killswitch Engage as well as playing numerous rock festivals. See their dates below.

Nothing More With Lacuna Coil / Kyng / Eve to Adam

3/25 -- Boise, Idaho -- Knitting Factory
3/27 -- Albuquerque, N.M. -- Sunshine Theater
3/28 -- Colorado Springs, Colo. -- Black Sheep
3/29 -- Farmington, N.M. -- Top Deck
3/30 -- Tempe, Ariz. -- Marquee
4/1 -- Los Angeles, Calif. -- The Roxy

Nothing More With Chevelle

4/4 -- Indianapolis, Ind. -- Egyptian Room
4/5 -- St. Louis, Mo. - Pageant
4/7 -- Lincoln, Neb. -- Bourbon Theater
4/8 -- Springfield, Mo. -- Gillioz Theater
4/10 -- Houston, Texas -- Bayou Music Center
4/12 -- San Antonio, Texas -- St. Mary's University / Oyster Bake Festival
4/13 -- Dallas, Texas -- House of Blues
4/14 -- Oklahoma City, Okla. -- Diamond Ballroom
4/15 -- Wichita, Kan. -- Cotillion
4/17-8 -- Chicago, Ill. -- House of Blues
4/19 -- Minneapolis, Minn. -- Myth
4/21 -- Grand Rapids, Mich. -- Orbit Room
4/22 -- Nashville, Tenn. -- Cannery Ballroom
4/23 -- Charlotte, N.C. -- Fillmore

Nothing More With Killswitch Engage

5/15 -- Baltimore, Md. -- Rams Head Live
5/18 -- Buffalo, N.Y. -- Town Ballroom
5/20 -- Birmingham, Ala. -- Iron City
5/22 -- Memphis, Tenn. -- Minglewood Music Hall
5/27 -- Albuquerque, N.M. -- Sunshine Theater
5/28 -- Grand Junction, Colo. -- Mesa Theater

Nothing More Festival Schedule

4/25 -- Tampa, Fla. -- 98 Rockfest
4/26 -- Ft. Meyers, Fla. -- Fort Rock
4/27 -- Jacksonville, Fla. -- Welcome to Rockville
5/4 -- Charlotte, N.C. -- Carolina Rebellion
5/17 -- Columbus, Ohio -- Rock on the Range
5/23 -- Pryor, Okla. -- Rocklahoma
5/24 -- San Antonio, Texas -- River City Rockfest
5/31 -- Kansas City, Mo. -- Rock Fest
6/1 -- Dallas, Texas -- BFD Show