Neverworld's End

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Neverworld's End
Studio album by Xandria
Released February 24, 2012
Recorded Principal Studios, Münster, Weltram Studios, Munich, Germany
Genre Symphonic metal, power metal
Length 63:42
Label Napalm
Producer Marco Heubaum
Xandria chronology
Now & Forever – Best of Xandria
Neverworld's End
Singles from Neverworld's End
  1. "Valentine"
    Released: February 11, 2012 (2012-02-11)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating 8.3/10 stars
Metal Storm 8.3/10 stars[1]
Metal Underground 4.5/5 stars[2]

Neverworld's End is the fifth studio album by German symphonic metal band Xandria.[3] The record was released by Napalm Records on February 24, 2012.[4] It is the first album to feature Manuela Kraller on vocals, as well as the last one to feature both Kraller and Nils Middelhauve on bass.[5] The album produced one single, "Valentine".

Track listing[edit]

All songs written and composed by Marco Heubaum, except where noted. 

No. Title Lyrics Music Length
1. "A Prophecy of Worlds to Fall"       7:23
2. "Valentine"       4:11
3. "Forevermore"       4:59
4. "Euphoria"       4:30
5. "Blood on My Hands"       4:17
6. "Soulcrusher"       6:11
7. "The Dream Is Still Alive"       4:23
8. "The Lost Elysion"       5:26
9. "Call of the Wind"   Marco Heubaum & Manuela Kraller Marco Heubaum 4:52
10. "A Thousand Letters"   Manuela Kraller Marco Heubaum 4:18
11. "Cursed"   Nils Middelhauve Philip Restemeier & Marco Heubaum 4:10
12. "The Nomad's Crown"       9:02
13. "When the Mirror Cracks" (bonus track) Nils Middelhauve Marco Heubaum 4:08
14. "The Sailor and the Sea" (bonus track)     3:10
Total length:


Chart (2012) Peak
German Albums Chart[6] 43
Swiss Albums Chart[7] 51


Additional musicians
  • Joost van den Broek – keyboards, programming, orchestral arrangements, sound design
  • Ben Mathot – violin
  • McAlbi – tin whistle and low whistle
  • Johannes Schiefner – uillean pipes
  • Fredrik Forsblad, Norbert Swoboda, Anselm Soos, Mani Müller, Klaus Ackermann, Mani Gruber, Marc Zillmann – choir
  • Corni Bartels – co-producer, engineer
  • Jörg Umbreit – engineer


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