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Never Purify - Nevermore - Enemies Of Reality (CD, Album)

13.11.2019
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8 thoughts on “ Never Purify - Nevermore - Enemies Of Reality (CD, Album)

  1. Nevermore was an American metal band from Seattle, Washington, United States. Their precise musical style is debated by fans and critics alike. The band incorporates elements from styles such as doom, thrash, power, and progressive metal into their songs, and also makes use of acoustic guitars and a wide range of vocal styles. They started in the beginning of the s, .
  2. The general concensus is that Nevermore were given a tiny budget to record the album with and their contract with Century Media was expiring, so they got pissed and out came Enemies of Reality. It's a fast, thrashy little number that aims to stab you in the jugular before you know it's even there, and for the most part, it succeeds.
  3. While the other albums grew in scope, Enemies of Reality pretty much turned me off Nevermore for ever. A comparison that I've not seen much but that does some justice to both bands should line up Nevermore and Biomechanical shoulder to shoulder and examine their major elements and songwriting style around the early/mid-'00s period.
  4. Enemies of Reality is the hardest and least accessible album of Nevermore history, especially when is listened in original sound, made by Kelly Gray. After years of easing and cleaning up the sound, Seattle musicians recorded their most brutal, aggressive and modern album with clearly death metal inclinations.
  5. Enemies of Reality is the fifth studio album by American progressive metal band Nevermore, released in by Century Media records. Due to the mixed reception of the album's production by Kelly Gray, it was remixed and mastered by Andy Sneap for its keistamnylipbackmatulochihamahass.coinfo: Progressive metal, thrash metal.
  6. "Enemies of Reality" is typically thought of as Nevermore's "pure thrash" album--all killer, no filler, and clocking in at barely over 40 minutes. And while it is true that it is short and does have some of the fastest shredding by Nevermore, it really is more than merely a thrash album/5(25).
  7. The production on Enemies is nothing special, but there is a story behind the producing of this album. The original Enemies of Reality was considered to be terribly mixed by most, with the guitars often melding with the drum sound to create a muddy, sludgy mess. A year later, Nevermore re-released this album remixed by Andy Sneap.
  8. "Enemies of Reality" is typically thought of as Nevermore's "pure thrash" album--all killer, no filler, and clocking in at barely over 40 minutes. And while it is true that it is short and does have some of the fastest shredding by Nevermore, it really is more than merely a thrash album/5(24).

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