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Nevereven – The Progress of Disaster

Nevereven
The Progress of Disaster
by Jorge “The Zarto” Zamudio at 13 February 2012, 9:44 PM

It’s been a while since I’ve written something, and It’s fair for everyone to read something at least descent, so I’ll try to not fuck this up.

NEVEREVEN are something really strange, it took me up more than 20 listening to write something, Why???, ‘cause at first “hear” you would let this pass easily, they have nothing, and I mean NOTHING that you’ve not heard before, even the voice could be something annoying, the riffs could be something plain, and the percussion is clearly the standard bass & drums rock rhythm, but after some time, I started to look something else…

They are just like any musician in development, they are putting his total effort in making this production, showing me that this EP is not good, hell no, but not that bad like to put them on the trash can, they are trying, and for me, that is something valuable to any musician.

Technically speaking, it’s something that has no essence, you can’t hear or feel anything, and that is something very important to anybody trying to make a shot in the Metal world. They have potential and that’s out of doubt, but their try to make something “commercial” is useless, they could be somebody if they only make music for them and not for the rest of the world; I know this is a very personal thought, but that’s exactly the way I see this band, trying to please the fan, even if the music is bad.

NEVEREVEN has something that makes you try listening to them more, but the way I see this, it’s like a terror movie; you know it will scare the shit out of you, but you can’t miss any scene. It’s exactly the same with this EP, as bad as you could feel that it is, you always keep putting them on iTunes… and sometimes even you will not feel that there’s something wrong with you.

2 Star Rating

Tracklist:
1. The World of Tomorrow
2. Remainder
3. Give
4. Winterkill
5. Orpheus
Lineup:
Frank Pascali- Guitar
Damian Peters- Bass
Gary Pickard- Vocals/Guitar
Dave Previ- Drums 
Record Label: Independent
     


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