View Full Version : Nevermore song titles

12-21-2009, 10:04 PM
Not sure if anyone else is as pumped for The Obsidian Conspiracy as I am, but This Godless Endeavor was easily one of my favorite heavy metal albums of the decade we're about to leave behind, so this news rules:

Here's the song titles Warrel has apparently leaked:

Emptiness Unobstructed
Without Morals
And The Maiden Spoke
Termination Proclamation
The Obsidian Conspiracy
The Blue Marble and the New Soul
She Comes in Colors
The Day You Built The Wall
Poison Throne
Beautiful Mistake
Crystal Ship (The Doors cover)
Transmission (The Tea Party cover)


Pumped for that Doors cover, and some of those song titles are promising. Can't wait! :rocker:

12-22-2009, 01:02 AM
Nevermore covering the crystal ship... oh god I am bracing for awesome already.

12-22-2009, 07:01 AM
I've been looking forward to this for awhile. I know 3 members had some major health issues and Warrel and Loomis did solo stuff but almost five years is too long for a new album. I have no dobut that Nevermore will deliever an excellent metal album like they've done throught their long and largely under appreciated career. When it comes to bands that I question as to why they aren't more popular in the metal world, they're at the top of the list. Seriously, what's not to like about them if you're a metal fan? They perform it the way that it was meant to be done. The music is always excellent and so are Warrel's lyrics and singing.

It sucks this took so long. They got on the first Gigantour after TGE came out and it looked like they were finally getting a little bit of respect for once. They really could've capitilized on that momentum with a new album but it never came and it's been so long now they're gonna have to start all over again and might not get that steam back at all.

Their cover of The Tea Party song i'm very intrested in. It actually fits with Warrel's lower, creepy voice quite well. For those that don't know The Tea Party was a progressive rock band from Canada active from sometime in the early 90's to 2005. The only reason I know them is because of how close I live to the Canadian border. We were one of the only American cities that supported them. Still, I can't believe it's been this long since a new Nevermore album. I just hope they didn't lose too many fans due to the long layoff they need all the support they can get.