According to Century Media, one of metal's most talented shredders, Jeff Loomis, of Nevermore fame will further prove his undeniable skills with his first solo project, which is set for a fall release. The ambitious offering is an all instrumental effort and is destined to shed some much deserved spotlight on the genre's most notable, yet unsung, guitar player.

Loomis states: "Hi everyone. I just wanted to give you all an update on the solo project. I entered Robert Lang studios on March 22nd with producer Neil Kernon (Nevermore) and drummer Mark Arrington. Mark completed the drums for 10 tracks in about three and a half days. He did some incredible drum work that I know will bring this record to a higher level than I expected. Mark and I worked before back in 1993-94 when he played half the songs on our debut CD. Being able to do this entire recording with Neil is really amazing as well. We've done some great work in the past, but being able to focus on an entire instrumental record is going to be great. Rhythm guitars will be tracked next. I'll keep everyone informed on the progress as we track for the next month."


Source: centurymedia.com
Band profile: Nevermore
 
Posted: 06.04.2008 by SlaytallicA



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Diminished2b - 06.04.2008 at 02:58  
FINALLY!!!!!!!!
Dark Blood - 06.04.2008 at 03:11  
Great news! He's fucking awesome, I can't wait for the album
Doc Godin - 06.04.2008 at 03:15  
Bah! He should save his material for another Nevermore album!...Side projects dont interest me very much.
-Valhalla- - 06.04.2008 at 06:52  
About fucking time
Clintagram - 06.04.2008 at 07:53  
Oh yes, this is going to be great.
Bad English - 06.04.2008 at 11:13  
Sounds interesting
Locke - 06.04.2008 at 11:36  
Hope it's better than Dane's solo album
Deadsoulman - 06.04.2008 at 12:55  
Written by Locke on 06.04.2008 at 11:36

Hope it's better than Dane's solo album


My thoughts exactly. Dane's solo stuff is a little dull.
psychoticone - 06.04.2008 at 13:06  
Eggzactly, it can't be worse than Warren's solo album, I'm looking forward to hear it.
Infurnace - 06.04.2008 at 14:55  
Ah, sounds really promising. Jeff Loomis almost can't fail.
Darkside Momo - 06.04.2008 at 17:56  
Written by Doc Godin on 06.04.2008 at 03:15

Bah! He should save his material for another Nevermore album!...Side projects dont interest me very much.

Agreed ! I DO want a new Nevermore album !!
Born-2rise - 06.04.2008 at 20:18  
well, i guess every1s gonna launch a solo project sooner or later. But this is definiteely nice news:banger:
Evil Chip - 06.04.2008 at 23:27  
is always good to hear news from an exellent musician like jeff loomis, this is gonna be really interesting.
DrunkenFuck - 07.04.2008 at 13:08  
I think it's a load of shit. I totally agree with Dr. Rock in this case. If Jeff really wants to show off his skills that much, why don't just include a couple instrumental tracks as bonuses on the next NM album? Because a new Nevermore album, that is what we really want.
April.Ethereal87 - 07.04.2008 at 19:46  
YES!
Sellathurai - 08.04.2008 at 09:03  
well all will be settled when the album leaks or is in stores, and Loomis has something to show because he wouldn't bother making songs that Dane could simply sing over. Forcing art is a crime to our ears.

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