NEVERMORE To Play Hometown CD Release Party

NEVERMORE will be playing a hometown CD release party on July 18 at Studio 7 in Seattle, Washington. This is an all-ages show and alcohol will be available to those 21 and up. For those not in Washington, you can purchase tickets through www.ticketswest.com for $12.50 ($15 the day of the show). This will be a full headlining NEVERMORE set and special giveaway packages will be given out all night.

In other news, NEVERMORE will be playing three headlining shows in Greece in early October immediately following their European tour with ARCH ENEMY.

The dates are as follows:

Oct. 10 – Thessaloniki, GRE @ Idrogois Club
Oct. 11 – Athens, GRE @ Rodon Club
Oct. 12 – Athens, GRE @ Rodon Club

NEVERMORE's new album, "Enemies Of Reality", is due on July 29 through Century Media Records.

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