Nevermore (album)

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Nevermore
Studio album by Nevermore
Released February 14, 1995
Genre Progressive metal, thrash metal
Length 42:55
Label Century Media Records
Producer Neil Kernon
Nevermore chronology
Demo 1994
(1994)
Nevermore
(1995)
In Memory
(1996)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars [1]
Rock Hard 9.5/10 stars[2]

Nevermore is the eponymous debut album by Seattle progressive metal band Nevermore. Released in 1995 under Century Media, it was singer Warrel Dane and bassist Jim Sheppard's first release after departing from their previous band, Sanctuary, in 1994. Having recruited drummer Van Williams and former Sanctuary touring guitarist Jeff Loomis, they formed the band Nevermore and began anew.

This was Nevermore's first and only album to feature original drummer Mark Arrington. Despite not being credited as the drummer on the album, he did play on half of the tracks.

A music video was produced for the song "What Tomorrow Knows." It would also be the sole track from Nevermore to be featured on Manifesto of Nevermore, the band's 2009 greatest hits compilation.

Track listing[edit]

All lyrics written by Warrel Dane, all music composed by Jeff Loomis.

Nevermore (album)
No. Title Length
1. "What Tomorrow Knows"   5:11
2. "C.B.F (Chrome Black Future)"   6:02
3. "The Sanity Assassin"   6:21
4. "Garden of Gray"   4:48
5. "Sea of Possibilities"   4:18
6. "The Hurting Words"   6:17
7. "Timothy Leary"   5:12
8. "Godmoney"   4:43
2006 Reissue Bonus Tracks
No. Title Length
9. "The System's Failing" (Bonus Track)  
10. "The Dreaming Mind" (1992 Demo)  
11. "World Unborn" (1992 Demo)  
12. "Chances Three" (1992 Demo)  
13. "Utopia" (1992 Demo)  

Personnel[edit]

Nevermore
Additional
  • Christine Rinehart - backing vocals on "Garden of Gray"
  • Mark Arrington - drums on tracks 1, 4, 6, 8, 9-13
Production

References[edit]

  1. ^ Nevermore (album) at AllMusic
  2. ^ Albrecht, Frank. "Rock Hard". issue 93. Retrieved 20 May 2013. 

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