NEVERMORE Sign New Record Deal, Prepare To Film Video

NEVERMORE frontman Warrel Dane has posted the following message on the band's official message board:

"We're doing a video for 'I, Voyager' within the next month, we just signed a new record deal, [and] we're working on a headline U.S. tour at the moment and we're writing a bunch of new tunes." With regards to which label the group are now signed to, Warrel said, "we will announce that when all the paperwork is processed."

NEVERMORE's most recent studio album, 2003's "Enemies Of Reality", marked the final album under the group's previous contract with Century Media Records. The band, who feature in their ranks former members of the popular '80s power metal act SANCTUARY, were very vocal about their dissatisfaction with their previous label, whom Dane blamed for "cut[ting] [the] budget [for 'Enemies of Reality'] down to shit for because we wouldn't re-sign with them until after the album was done."

(Thanks: Troy Ellis)


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