NEVERBORNE: Debut Album Out Now

U.K. metallers NEVERBORNE released their new album, "Self Destruct Syndrome", on April 30 via Glasstone Records.

Formed in 2007, NEVERBORNE recorded its debut EP, "In Absence Of Fear", with producer Karl Groom (DRAGONFORCE, HAMMERFALL) for a November 2009 release. In 2010, again under producer Karl Groom's auspices, NEVERBORNE re-entered Thin Ice Studios to record 11 new tracks for "Self Destruct Syndrome", enlisting two guest musicians, Henrik Danhage (EVERGREY) and Antony Hämäläinen (NIGHTRAGE), to appear on the songs "The Enemy That We Keep" and "Mechanical Ruin", respectively.

Sweden's Studio Fredman (IN FLAMES, SOILWORK, ARCH ENEMY) delivered the new NEVERBORNE album's final masters.

NEVERBORNE has shared stage with such international bands as ILL NINO, KATATONIA and BREED 77 across venues and festivals throughout the U.K.


Warren McManus - Vocals
Stuart Manicom - Guitar
Jacques Fourie - Guitar
Marek Bero Haruštiak - Bass
Jimmy Anderson - Drums


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