EVEREVE Begins Work On New Album

German gothic metallers EVEREVE have posted the following update at their official web site:

"Having decided to work on a new EVEREVE album and recording it sometime in 2007 has triggered quite a wave of enthusiasm in their enviroment and EVEREVE would like to share the news about that decision with you. The first couple of sessions of spontaneous playing and working on some first ideas really has the guys psyched up big time and they are strongly motivated about getting down to work!! Of course, this is the early stage of a new album as you know it and there will be much more to keep you updated on throughout the process! So watch it, there is no escape in 2007! This should also clear all rumors denouncing the end of EVEREVE!!"

EVEREVE's latest album, "Tried & Failed", was released in the summer of 2005. It was recorded at the Gerassi Park Studio with longtime producer Gerhard Magin.


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