Nevermore Finish New CD
2009-10-22 by Adam Thomas STAFF | 24 Comments

Progressive-metal act Nevermore have put the finishing touches on their new CD The Obsidian Conspiracy, for which the band are eying an early 2010 release. It will be their first studio release since 2005's This Godless Endeavor.










Tracklist:

1. Emptiness Unobstructed
2. Without Morals
3. And The Maiden Spoke
4. Termination Proclamation
5. The Obsidian Conspiracy
6. The Blue Marble and the New Soul"
7. She Comes in Colors
8. The Day You Built The Wall
9. Poison Throne
10. Beautiful Mistake
11. Crystal Ship (The Doors cover)
12. Transmission (The Tea Party cover)

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a5thdiad
October 22nd 2009

123 Comments


yesssssss...is steve smyth still with these guys?

HugCrewLoveRoll
October 22nd 2009

612 Comments


I lol'd @ 7!

Zipzop5565
October 22nd 2009

402 Comments


effin sweet

TNY
October 22nd 2009

571 Comments


Holy crapballs, where is essence to jizz all over this.

coneren
October 22nd 2009

11111 Comments


Fuckin rights!

Altmer
October 22nd 2009

5652 Comments


yes

Ulsufyring
October 22nd 2009

1724 Comments


FINALLY

myhigherpie
October 22nd 2009

3027 Comments


gona be fast gon have riffs gonna trash

OllieS
October 22nd 2009

2029 Comments


this looks grim

Turnerinc
October 22nd 2009

37 Comments


I is excited for this one

Jim
October 22nd 2009

5110 Comments


i'm one of those that loved TGE, so this could be swell.

R6Rider
October 22nd 2009

4493 Comments


gona be fast gon have riffs gonna trash


this^


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charlesfishtitz
October 22nd 2009

784 Comments


"gona be fast gon have riffs gonna trash"


get the fuck out

bloc
October 22nd 2009

34679 Comments


finally, an album i am excited about.

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TheHamburgerman
October 22nd 2009

1283 Comments


Hmm mkey. They're pretty much like The Beatles. Everybody drools over their kind of experimentation. Everone, except for me...

BrahTheSunGod
October 22nd 2009

1279 Comments


bout frigging time

devouredbymetal
October 23rd 2009

516 Comments


^ yeah damn right...

Bfhurricane
October 23rd 2009

6194 Comments


This should be pretty good

GenNarain
October 23rd 2009

781 Comments


YESSS FINALLY

KebertXela
October 23rd 2009

367 Comments


I'll be interested to see if Loomis' playing has progressed over the course of 5 years and a solo project...He has a great way of playing riffs that offer a little more than meets the ear, while keeping a catchiness and thrashiness to it.

Wizard
October 23rd 2009

19244 Comments


Please tell me how these guys are prog in any way?

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Ulsufyring
October 24th 2009

1724 Comments


their last album was prog

Gore
October 25th 2009

333 Comments


Wooo, I am so pumped!

drenzium
October 25th 2009

63 Comments


No broderick =[ But loomis is the brain of the operation, im sure he can pull off something amazing as always. Can't wait!



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