Posts Tagged ‘Nevermore’

Silver Talon – Decadence and Decay.

Every so often, the world of metal is treated to an act that creates an altogether new and unique sound – one that, if it catches the right audience, can become a spark that inspires an entire generation of bands and musicians to try and capture some of that magic for themselves. Classic examples including […]

Warrel Dane 1961-2017

With heavy hearts and disbelief we bid farewell to one of the most iconic voices in heavy metal, as Warrel Dane, the vocalist in Nevermore and Sanctuary has passed away due to a heart attack in São Paolo, Brazil where he was working on his second solo album.

Through his music, the man gave us a lot of inspiration here at Teeth of the Divine and we wish to send our condolences and pay our respect to the family and friends.

Warrel Dane, you will be missed.

Will NEVERMORE be evermore?

In news that are bound to make a long lasting impact on the metal kingdom, Seattle’s progressive riffing engine NEVERMORE is facing undeniably hard times as shred-god Jeff Loomis and drummer Van Williams have quit the band. We repeat, Jeff Loomis and Van Williams have left Nevermore. The band’s latest (and last?) album, The Obsidian […]

Nevermore – The Obsidian Conspiracy

Nevermore’s latest outing, The Obsidian Conspiracy, is at once recognizable as a Nevermore effort yet still not quite like anything they’ve done before. The primary hallmarks of the band’s style are there: tight performances, fantastic musicianship and the unmistakable combination of Jeff Loomis’ blazing guitars and Warrel Dane’s distinctive vocals. But there’s something of a […]

Nevermore detail special editions for The Obsidian Conspiracy!!

Nevermore‘s long-awaited follow-up to 2005’s This Godless Endeavour, The Obsidian Conspiracy, is set for release on May 28th in Europe and June 8th in North America via Century Media. The album was recorded with renowned producer Peter Wichers (who previously worked with vocalist Warrel Dane on his solo debut Praises To The War Machine). Longtime […]

NEVERMORE to release “The Obsidian Conspiracy” on June 8th

Seattle’s very own riff-machine NEVERMORE are set to release their new album, The Obsidian Conspiracy, on June 8th via Century Media Records. Nevermore rented a cabin on a lake in North Carolina close to Asheville last summer with Peter Wichers from SOILWORK producing. Andy Sneap (MEGADETH, ARCH ENEMY, EXODUS) handled the mixing of the album […]

NEVERMORE Cancels New England Metal and Hardcore Fest Performance

Nevermore regretfully announce that they will not be unable to perform at this year’s New England Metal and Hardcore Fest. According to Jeff Loomis (guitar), the band were unable to replace Chris Broderick, who joined Megadeth recently, and are unable to play as a 4-piece. Loomis further comments: “We have tried to work as a […]

Nevermore – This Godless Endeavor

Talk about being kicked into a bleeding pulp. I didn’t see this one coming, even though I had some kind of an idea of what to expect. This Godless Endeavor‘s sheer brutality and power of the contact left me gasping for air, down on my fours, begging for forgiveness in front of a much higher […]

Nevermore – Enemies of Reality (re-release)

I was excited on so many levels when it was announced a while back that Century Media was allowing Nevermore to have Enemies of Reality remixed and remastered by none other than Andy Sneap himself. You see, the original release of Enemies of Reality was a strange one indeed because the release prior to this […]

Nevermore – Enemies of Reality

From strength to strength, album to album, neo-thrashers Nevermore never failed to expand and flourish creatively, but three years after the release of nearly unstoppable Dead Heart, In A Dead World opus, the Seattle outfit has hit the proverbial glass ceiling. Whereas Dreaming Neon Black, and the aforementioned Dead Heart, In A Dead World, used […]

Nevermore – Dead Heart in a Dead World

Nevermore’s previous album Dreaming Neon Black punctured metal’s stale world with daring yet impossibly catchy songs only a year prior. The possibility that the band would write and record an album of equal or greater impact, especially after losing guitarist extraordinare Time Calvert (ex-Forbidden), seemed like a distant goal. Fortunately for Nevermore Dead Heart, in […]