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In the heavy metal community many writers toss around the monikers “legend” and “genre defying” to describe many bands, but these terms have never been more accurate if they are referring to NEVERMORE, who have perfectly carved out their own unique niche over the past 15 years of dominance. This group’s sound encompasses every element of the metal spectrum and is ... Read more in Amazon's Nevermore Store

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  • Audio CD (2 Oct. 2000)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Koch International
  • ASIN: B00004Y58B
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 202,521 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Zakk Wong on 19 Dec. 2001
Format: Audio CD
And just when I thought Y2K couldn't offer anything as awesome as Symphony X's V, Nevermore comes along with another masterpiece to blow away the rest of the competition. To sum this album up, it is simply crushing and heavy albeit less darker than it's predecessors.
Almost every song has a particular guitar riff or melody that really stands out. From the opening track Narcosynthesis, you can tell that Nevermore have not lost any of their heaviness or brutality. The riffs are simple yet effective. Hell, the main riff on Sound of Silence sounds as tho it came off a Deicide album ! More awesome guitar riffage can be heard on the verse of Inside Four Walls. Combined with harmonics, the moshing effects are pretty impossible to resist. Jeff Loomis's guitar work here is outstanding once again, as heard on the harmony solo on The River Dragon Has Come. He chooses to restrain himself from being a flashy guitarist and instead put more emotion into his playing. He tends to focus on using the lead to create melodies instead of just plain guitar solos which is a nice change. Van Williams's masterful drumming is totally uncompromised, and his pounding grooves really help in bringing out the heaviness in the overall feel of each song. The main highlight would be Warrel Dane's vocals, which are probably the BEST I've heard in years. The way he connects with each song and how he conveys them through his singing is simply unmatched.
On this album, they seem to have moved away from their progressive side and towards a more straightforward approach in writing their songs.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 13 Feb. 2003
Format: Audio CD
Even if you're not a fan of traditional heavy metal in the vein of Iced Earth or recent Arch Enemy, this is still well worth checking out. Excellent guitars, melodramatic vocals that fit the music perfectly, crystal clear production, and social lyrics rather than the usual Warhammer 40000 guff. Every song is catchy, but the best tracks here are the emotive Evolution 169, and the fantastic ballad, The Heart Collector. The latter song is cheesy but brilliant; the kind of song that Brian May, Slash and Steve Harris would have written had they ever jammed together.
Other albums like this: Iced Earth - Something Wicked This Way Comes; Testament - The Gathering; Arch Enemy - Wages of Sin.
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Format: Audio CD
Picked this up as I gradually collected their back list. One of the very best power metal albums I have ever owned, and I've being buying in the genre on and off since 1984. This is also my favourite Nevermore album. Fantastic musicianship and song-writing from start to finish. World class band who have been overlooked for the mainstream success they deserve. Warrior Soul are the only other metal band I know of who have been as overlooked as Nevermore. Nevermore have also observed total quality control throughout their career. Huge recommendations from this veteran metal head. I only wish critics would stop calling them progressive - always puts me off, and its become too trendy a classification of late. To me progressive means Yes and Marillion. But this album is as true to the authentic power metal stylings defined by priest and Maiden as you will ever get. As good as Maiden and Priest at their best too.
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By A Customer on 2 Aug. 2001
Format: Audio CD
Well what can I say, this is just amazing, the guitars by Jeff Loomis are outstanding and Dane lets his voice reach incredible ranges. Songs like 'Inside 4 walls' 'River Dragon' and 'Narcosynthesis' show u how Nevermore can pound your ears with incredible heavy metal, and what makes this album so good is that these guys can also write songs with some beautifull melodies but without loosing any of their heaviness, just listen to the title track or 'Believe in Nothing' 'Evolution 169' or the absolutely outsatnding 'Heart Collector'. They arent as well known as some inferior bands and its a pity that its like that, so go out and BUY!!! i can assure u that u wont be dissapointed.
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Format: Audio CD
This album is a classic and I can't stress how good this is if you like you rock basic, hard and heavy.

The music has some seriously heavy riffs combined with some fantastic lead work which is combined to perfection. The singing is distinctive, reminiscient of Rob Halford of Judas Priest.

The album hits you at 100mph and occasionally lets you come up for air with a few 'slower' tracks but not too often. It shouldn't be overlooked that despite the speed of most of the tracks there are some seriously good melodies also.

Recommend for those of you who love your guitar riffs heavy!
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Hits the spot if you're looking for progressive metal which is melodic and features a range of vocal, instrumental and genre features. Lyrics are sometimes very earnestly delivered, but the idiom and the characteristics of Nevermore's songs are engaging and the band skilfully weave together thrash riffs and lyrical, even soulful moments. As with any music, if this is the sort of thing that you like, you are likely to like it.
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