NEVERMORE: 'Enemies Of Reality' Video Available For Viewing

NEVERMORE's video for "Enemies Of Reality" has been posted online at this location. "Enemies Of Reality" is the title track to the band's latest CD, which entered Billboard's "Top Independent Albums" chart at No. 19 upon its release in late July. "Top Independent Albums" are current titles that are sold via independent distribution, including those which are fulfilled via major branch distributors. In addition, the album entered the "Top Heatseekers" chart at No. 27. The "Heatseekers" chart lists the best-selling titles by new and developing artists, defined as those who have never appeared in the top 100 of "The Billboard 200" chart.

NEVERMORE have teamed up with ARCH ENEMY for a European tour that kicked off on September 19 in Gothenburg, Sweden. A U.S. tour with DIMMU BORGIR, CHILDREN OF BODOM and HYPOCRISY will take place in November.


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