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Release date: 28 July 2003
Style: Heavy metal, Progressive metal, Thrash metal


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Disc I [CD]
01. Enemies Of Reality
02. Ambivalent
03. Never Purify
04. Tomorrow Turned Into Yesterday
05. I, Voyager
06. Create The Infinite
07. Who Decides
08. Noumenon
09. Seed Awakening
10. All The Cowards Hide [Japanese bonus]
11. Chances Three [Japanese bonus]
12. Enemies Of Reality [video] [2005 remastered edition bonus]
13. I, Voyager [video] [2005 remastered edition bonus]
14. Enemies Of Reality [Live at Wacken Open Air 2004] [video] [2005 remastered edition bonus]

Disc II [DVD]
01. Believe In Nothing
02. Next In Line
03. What Tomorrow Knows
04. Engines Of Hate [Live In USA 2001]
05. Beyond Within [Live In USA 2001]

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Additional info
In 2005 this album was rereleased with cleaner production, some CD-rom videos and different cover art.

Originally produced, engineered and mixed by Kelly Gray. Assistant engineer: Carl Peterson.
Recorded at the House of Rock & Metalworks, Seattle, WA.
Originally mixed at the House of Rock and London Bridge Studios, Seattle, WA.
Originally mastered by Eddie Schreyer at Oasis Mastering, Burbank, CA.
Remixed and remastered by Andy Sneap at Backstage Studios, U.K. in January 2005.

Audio mix and mastering of live bonus video by Christian Jungebluth at Tornado Studio, Hamburg, Germany.
Executive producer: Lars Ratz for Tornado Studio, Hamburg, Germany.

This record is dedicated to Chuck Schuldiner (Death).

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Over the course of nine years , Nevermore have been slowly rising within the ranks of American melodic heavy metal. After their critically acclaimed Dead Heart, In A Dead World of 2000, Nevermore have been on the road playing to an ever-increasing fan base.

So after a three-year wait, anticipation for a new Nevermore album is fairly high. Whether it's the fact that it's their last album they are contractually obliged to deliver to Century Media Records, an absence of new music from them in three years, or a combination of both, Enemies Of Reality is one angry and heavy album!

published 18.09.2003 | Comments (3)

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musicalkaratekid - 15.10.2011 at 19:48  
Rating: 9 Good album,but it shows the band's thrashier side, which probably isn't to every fan's taste:P
Korah - 04.03.2012 at 21:46  
  One of the worst by Nevermore, but not bad at all.
NocturnalStalker - 20.12.2012 at 17:01  
Rating: 8 Quite a good album. Not the pinnacle of the band's performance but I like it's grittiness and some songs, such as title track and "I, Voyager", are really impressive.
CaptainRhodes - 18.12.2013 at 03:18  
Rating: 9 This album gets better every time I listen to it. "Who Decides" is probably my favorite track.
CaptainRhodes - 18.12.2013 at 03:40  
Rating: 9
Written by deadone on 18.12.2013 at 03:36

And I like the original production too.


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