NEVERMORE's DANE: 'A Bit Fucked Up And Twisted'

NEVERMORE frontman Warrel Dane has posted the following update to the "Studio Report" section of the band's official web site (www.nevermore.tv).:

"I got main vocals done tonight for 2 more songs… 'Create The Infinite' and 'I, Voyager'... I think you will all find some of the lyrics to these songs a bit fucked up and twisted, but do you expect less? I know you've all heard so many different song titles but I always change lyrics right up until the actual recording of the vocals if needed... I'm going to try in the coming week to give you more info.. but with work schedules it's hard to do the updates as much as I would like to...one thing I would like to say is that we should all go to http://www.bobdylan.com and read the lyrics to the song 'Masters of War'."

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