From the Nevermore Myspace:

Seattle metallers Nevermore will enter the studio in August with producer (and Soilwork guitarist) Peter Wichers (who previously worked with Nevermore vocalist Warrel Dane on Dane's solo debut, "Praises to the War Machine") to begin recording their long-awaited follow-up to 2005's "This Godless Endeavor", tentatively due in early 2010 via Century Media Records. Longtime friend and collaborator Andy Sneap (Megadeth, Arch Enemy, Exodus, Machine Head) will once again be handling mixing duties.

Commented Dane: "These songs are full of newfound rage, lyrically and musically. Jeff Loomis has come up with some amazing new riffs that will no doubt please old and new fans alike. Also, I think the combination of Peter and Andy will result in something very, very special."

Songtitles set to appear on the CD include "Emptiness Unobstructed" and "Without Morals".

Nevemore's "The Year Of The Voyager" DVD last year entered the German DVD chart at position No. 82.

"The Year Of The Voyager" was released in North America on November 25, 2008 via Century Media. The set covers the "This Godless Endeavor" touring cycle, starting with amazing live footage from the U.S. Gigantour 2005, the Metal Mania festival 2006 in Poland, the Wacken Open Air festival in 2006 in Germany and the main DVD show recorded at the Zeche in Bochum, Germany on October 11, 2006. Bonus material includes two songs from Century Media USA 10th Anniversary Party 2001, all promo videos and an interview with singer Warrel Dane which was recorded at the Roax Film Studios in Berlin in the spring of 2008.

For continuing updates on the progress of the upcoming Nevermore album "The Obsidian Conspiracy," fans can follow at Twitter.


Source: blogs.myspace.com
Band profile: Nevermore
 
Posted: 10.06.2009 by Balls of Jericho



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Nimlot - 10.06.2009 at 20:24  
Awesome! I've been waiting for these guys to make a new album, although I hope they don't disappoint me, they have been releasing quality material an are yet to make a bad album.
Metal Maiden - 10.06.2009 at 20:29  
Yaaaay...
BloodTears - 10.06.2009 at 20:38  
I thought it would be released later this year. Crap, I have to wait a lot more than I was expecting...
Darkside Momo - 10.06.2009 at 20:38  
At least!
Deadmeat - 10.06.2009 at 21:10  
Those 2 song titles ruleeeeee!!!!!!!!!
sq_xeper - 10.06.2009 at 22:22  
Hopefully all the time we have to wait could be worth it, Nevermore is a band that every record its better than the last one, but they also need to find a permanent second guitar player and IMO since Steve Smith its no longer on the band the best replacement would be James Murphy or Glen Drover could be an good option too
Dane Train - 10.06.2009 at 23:12  
About time. It just seems that Iron Maiden needs to slow down releasing material and Nevermore needs to speed up. Anyway, time to get back to Harry Potter.
Introspekrieg - 11.06.2009 at 00:48  
Written by sq_xeper on 10.06.2009 at 22:22

Hopefully all the time we have to wait could be worth it, Nevermore is a band that every record its better than the last one, but they also need to find a permanent second guitar player and IMO since Steve Smith its no longer on the band the best replacement would be James Murphy or Glen Drover could be an good option too


Personally I thought Enemies Of Reality was a step down, but at least they were trying new things. James Murphy would be an awesome permanent fixture in the band...

+1 wishlist
corrupt - 11.06.2009 at 00:59  
Written by Dane Train on 10.06.2009 at 23:12

About time. It just seems that Iron Maiden needs to slow down releasing material and Nevermore needs to speed up. Anyway, time to get back to Harry Potter.

That could easily happen if Iron Maiden started actually putting work into their songs and not just copied old themes that were already boring when they were first released and Nevermore did the opposite thing and ran into studio to quickly record a new album whenever they felt not enough people would see them as gods anymore. Personally I'm fine with their release cycle. This Godless Endeavor was a huge album and the five years gap was just fine to give it the right emphasis. I'd rather if more bands took the time to actually create something wonderful instead of releasing albums of more and more decreasing quality every two years. Usually taking time pays off.

The only thing that bugs me is how they don't care about their actual website anymore and just use myspace, or even worse twitter. There are still people around who use the internet mainly for scientifical and informational purposes and don't want to partake in all this social networking stuff that keeps the younger folks occupied these days.
Dane Train - 11.06.2009 at 01:03  
Written by corrupt on 11.06.2009 at 00:59

That could easily happen if Iron Maiden started actually putting work into their songs and not just copied old themes that were already boring when they were first released and Nevermore did the opposite thing and ran into studio to quickly record a new album whenever they felt not enough people would see them as gods anymore. Personally I'm fine with their release cycle. This Godless Endeavor was a huge album and the five years gap was just fine to give it the right emphasis. I'd rather if more bands took the time to actually create something wonderful instead of releasing albums of more and more decreasing quality every two years. Usually taking time pays off.


That is true. Maybe I jumped the gun a little with my statement. I personally think that This Godless Endeavor is one of the best albums this decade. My problem is waiting half a decade to hear something new. I couldn't even legally drink alcohol when that album came out!
Vitriolic Hate - 11.06.2009 at 01:27  
YEAH!!!!!!!!!!FINALLY
Daggon - 11.06.2009 at 08:17  
Oh yeeeha! More from Nevermore! And yes, that was a rhyme... a bad one.
Vranalalalalala - 11.06.2009 at 08:46  
Woho!! Finally! Can't wait
Dark Blood - 11.06.2009 at 18:03  
I can't wait for it! Great news, and I have such high hopes in this!
blackash - 11.06.2009 at 19:40  
At last!!!!!
Hrothdane - 11.06.2009 at 20:27  
Need...new...nevermore...NOW!
nb - 11.06.2009 at 20:47  
In the meantime there is the awesome instrumental solo album by Jeff Loomis, which came out last year.
Black Conundrum - 11.06.2009 at 23:07  
I'll be looking forward to this album. I enjoy Nevermore.
corrupt - 12.06.2009 at 19:44  
Written by nb on 11.06.2009 at 20:47

In the meantime there is the awesome instrumental solo album by Jeff Loomis, which came out last year.

And one no less awesome goth-rock solo album by Warrel Dane.
H-metal - 18.06.2009 at 01:59  
The hype is gonna be immense, since their last release rocked. Can't wait.
K†ulu - 05.08.2009 at 15:42  
The link for Twitter needs editing...
White Winter Sun - 05.08.2009 at 20:35  
Written by K†ulu on 05.08.2009 at 15:42

The link for Twitter needs editing...

Fixed, thanks.

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