NEVERMORE: 'I, Voyager' Video Posted Online

NEVERMORE's video for the track "I, Voyager", off their most recent album, "Enemies Of Reality", has been posted online at Check it out here. The clip was directed by Kevin Leonard, who has previously worked with HATE ETERNAL and HIMSA, among others.

As previously reported, NEVERMORE are scheduled to follow up their appearance at this year's Wacken Open Air festival with a U.S. tour, which is expected to take place in September/October. The Seattle-based band will then enter the studio with producer Andy Sneap (MACHINE HEAD, ARCH ENEMY, KREATOR) beginning in November to record their follow-up to "Enemies of Reality", tentatively due in the spring through Century Media Records. A U.K. tour is expected to take place in late 2004/early 2005.


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