NEVERMORE frontman Warrel Dane has posted the following update on the band's activities via the group's official web site:

"We are currently doing pre-production demos for Enemies of Reality. I recently finished the vocals for a song called 'Tomorrow Turned Into Yesterday'. This tune is turning out great with a chorus that sticks in your head like crazy. The title track and another entitled 'Abomination' are going to be the ones that all you Politics Of Ecstasy fans will love…or hate! [Guitarist] Jeff [Loomis] is playing some really great solos, from furiously fast and technical, to slow, brooding and beautiful...another track… 'Who Decides' is shaping up to be my favorite lyrically, but it's no secret I have a liking for depressing doom tinged lyrics.... So now it's official that Steve Smyth from TESTAMENT/DRAGONLORD will be helping us out with the 2nd guitar situation for our Euro and US festival dates... we are really looking forward to this and are really grateful to the TESTAMENT guys for letting us borrow him! As far as the song list for the Euro fests.... We will be playing a broad spectrum of songs from most of our discs, 2 songs from the self-titled debut included... and perhaps a surprise or two...all for now ...stay metal."

NEVERMORE are tentatively due to enter the studio in the fall with producer Andy Sneap to record Enemies Of Reality for an early 2003 release through Century Media Records. Described as "much more spontaneous" than the group's previous efforts, the forthcoming CD will include the following cuts, among others:

01. The Story Of Our End
02. Who Decides
03. The Song Of The Solemn One
04. Enemies Of Reality
05. Psychotic Intellectual Narcotic
06. Tomorrow Turned Into Yesterday
07. Abomination


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