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Release date: 1995
Style: Heavy metal, Progressive metal, Thrash metal


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01. What Tomorrow Knows
02. C.B.F.
03. The Sanity Assassin
04. Garden Of Grey
05. Sea Of Possibilities
06. The Hurting Words
07. Timothy Leary
08. Godmoney

2006 re-release bonus tracks:
09. The System's Failing
10. The Dreaming Mind [demo version]
11. World Unborn [demo version]
12. Chances Three [demo version]
13. Utopia [demo version]
+ What Tomorrow Knows [video]

Lyrics (8)

Additional info
This album was re-released by Century Media in 2006.

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From the ashes of the unfortunate split of Sanctuary in 1990, Warrel Dane (vocals) and Jim Sheppard (bass) decide to keep the flame burning. After some time Nevermore was born and they started writing new material. In 1995 their untitled debut album saw the light. Nowadays, this release is very overlooked, as most of the Nevermore fans skip this album and start talking about the second album "The Politics Of Ecstasy". Because the aforementioned "Politics.." or "Dead Heart In A Dead World" are such masterpieces this album will probably dwell in their shades forever. This is not completely justified as this release captures a very young and raw Nevermore which is already very interesting to listen to.

published 17.05.2007 | Comments (5)

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John Shock - 09.09.2011 at 01:40  
  I like this's quite diferent from their recent works, it's more "Power" than properly "Thrash"! But it's a nice fucking album!
musicalkaratekid - 05.01.2012 at 14:56  
Rating: 9 For me this is an absolutely cracking debut, maybe overshadowed by the succeeding album 'The politics of ecstasy' and 'dreaming neon black'. The only flaw i can see is Warrel Dane's vocals are slightly weaker here than on any other album he's done.
Korah - 04.03.2012 at 21:45  
  Good debut album. The Sanity Assassin is a forgotten song.
lial87 - 10.11.2013 at 06:28  
Rating: 9 No one sees what tommorow knows
Zaph - 19.07.2014 at 20:11  
Rating: 8 Awesome album, maybe even in my top 3 of them. Depends on how much I like Politics Of Excstacy, that's the only one I haven't heard.
Bad English - 16.02.2016 at 22:01  
  Nice mixing between styles, but what I don't like are lyrics, all that sci fi shit , otherwise good album, gonna go true disco in like when I have mood, well start whit this one

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