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The Obsidian Conspiracy
Studio album by Nevermore
Released Germany May 28, 2010
Europe May 31, 2010
United States June 8, 2010
Canada June 8, 2010
Recorded August - October 2009
Genre Progressive metal, thrash metal
Length TBA
Label Century Media
Producer Peter Wichers
Nevermore chronology
Year of the Voyager
(2008)
The Obsidian Conspiracy
(2010)

The Obsidian Conspiracy is the upcoming seventh album by Seattle based American heavy metal band Nevermore, to be released June 8, 2010 in North America by Century Media.[1] and in the very end of May in Europe.[2]

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Overview

Nevermore entered Wichers studio, North Carolina, in August, 2009, to record the album. Van Williams completed recording the drumming on the album as 17th of August, in Seattle. The whole recording process was finished in October.


Warrel Dane commented on the writing process: "These songs are full of newfound rage, lyrically and musically. Jeff Loomis has come up with some amazing new riffs that will no doubt please old and new fans alike. Also, I think the combination of Peter and Andy(production & mixing) will result in something very, very special." Dane expressed his opinion about the song "And the Maiden spoke": " [It] is going to blow your minds; it's twisted, progressive lunatic fringe riffing with vicious hooklines."[3]


Jeff Loomis commented on the writing of the album: "I think that with the new Nevermore, it still sounds like the band, but I think I'm giving Warrel a little bit more room this time around for more vocals rather than all the notey, kind of complex stuff and all that, so this time around it's just a little bit more wide open musically for him to really be able to do whatever he wants vocally this time around. So we'll see what happens. It's gonna be an interesting album for us, for sure."[4]


Nevermore recorded two cover songs during the sessions: "The Crystal Ship" by The Doors and "Transmission" by The Tea Party[5]

Track listing

  • "Emptiness Unobstructed"
  • "Without Morals"
  • "And The Maiden Spoke"
  • "Termination Proclamation"
  • "(The) Obsidian Conspiracy"
  • "The Blue Marble and the New Soul"
  • "She Comes in Colors"
  • "The Day You Built The Wall"
  • "Poison Throne"
  • "Beautiful Mistake"
  • "Crystal Ship" (The Doors cover)
  • "Transmission" (The Tea Party cover)

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