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This Godless Endeavor
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Category: Power/Speed Metal
Label: Century Media
Catalog Number: 77510-2
Warrel Dane vocals|
Jeff Loomis guitars, acoustic guitar
Steve Smyth guitars
Jim Sheppard bass
Van Williams drums
|1. ||Born ||5:05|
|2. ||Final Product ||4:21|
|3. ||My Acid Words ||5:41|
|4. ||Bittersweet Feast ||5:01|
|5. ||Sentient 6 ||6:58|
|6. ||Medicated Nation ||4:01|
|7. ||The Holocaust of Thought ||1:27|
|8. ||Sell My Heart for Stones ||5:18|
|9. ||The Psalm of Lydia ||4:16|
|10. ||A Future Uncertain ||6:07|
|11. ||This Godless Endeavor ||11:27|
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|Total Running Time:|| 59:42|
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||Date: October 4, 2012 at 11:33|
|My favourite Nevermore disc. Born is a great opener, My Acid Words is very heavy and Sell My Heart for Stone is also excellent. The band had a dual guitar thing going on here and it shot the music to a new level IMO.
|From: Doghouse Reilly
||Date: January 2, 2013 at 19:02|
|This is Nevermore going all out, doubling down on all the things they do best: insane drumming, guitars coming and going every direction, Warrel Dane spinning his morose poetry and psychotic vocals.The music is progressive, but far heavier than most every other "progressive" metal band out there. Maybe Dreaming Neon Black or Dead Heart In A Dead World have more memorable songs, but This Godless Endeavor is right up there with those two classics, just for its sheer overwhelming force.
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