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  1. TheSeventhOne

    TheSeventhOne W:O:A Metalhead

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    Forever Never is a metal band with a difference from Essex, England. Formed from four defunct and highly established local metal acts (namely Kilkus/Dury*Falls, -Ism, Ill Logic, Nadir) Forever Never blends many different sounds in order to create a sound of their own. Most notable is their experimentation around time signatures and the use of polymetrics. Forever Never are able to write insanely heavy and complex music yet still maintain a very melodic edge. A sound that should bridge the gap between ‘underground’ and ‘mainstream’ scenes; a sound that is both beautiful, and brutal.

    Now in 2006, Forever Never have unleashed a debut album to be proud of in “Aporia”. 12 tracks of beautifully crafted modern metal that will melt hearts yet simultaneously batter and bruise all who dare listen to it! Forever Never have created a fresh sound that breathes new life into the metal genre and 2006 will raise them to new platforms. “Aporia” was produced by the legendary Dave Chang (Stampin Ground, Earthtone9, Johnny Truant, and Vacant Stare) at Philia Studios in Henley on Thames, and is a sterling example of his ability. Having toured with Stuck Mojo and Panic Cell in 2005, 2006 already looks promising with the confirmation of the Fozzy tour at the end of January. Following this “Aporia” will be released March 20th through Casket Music/Copro Records.

    "One of the most exciting new bands emerging from the UK Underground... Distinctive, clean but mean riffs and dynamic rhythms back some gruff-arsed growling and souring epic melodies. Stonking" - Metal Hammer

    "Metal with a capital 'm'... A highly original offering that is a credit to the British Unsigned Scene 8/10" - Powerplay Magazine

    "...Now singer Renny Carroll is roaming free onstage, stomping and grunting like a Maori tribesman over a brutal but melodic backdrop" Rock Sound Magazine

    "Forever Never...bludgeon us with down-tuned heavy crunching riffs...the band combine aggression with a keen sense of melody...Forever Never have a debut album coming out in March next year and on tonight’s evidence it should be one worth checking out" -

    “Currently making huge waves on the unsigned circuit and burning up the highways across Britain, Forever Never have honed their riffing, polyrhythms and their glorious melodies to near perfection since they first appeared on the very first edition of ‘Fear Candy’. Don’t expect them to stay unsigned much longer “ – Terrorizer Magazine Unsigned Covermount CD

    “As far as I can make out, that was in fact a demo. It’s actually rather good! There’s bands out there with albums out that aren’t anywhere near as good as this…Impressive… Hope to hear more from them!” – Bruce Dickinson Rock Show, BBC 6

    “…the excitement roused in the lead-up to their slot is remarkable… They open with the brusing ‘Better the Epic’, uptempo, brutal and gloriously melodic all at once. The crowd…are transfixed throughout the set each time Renny Carroll opens his throat for a chorus, displaying his obvious vocal gift” – Terrorizer Magazine Live Review from Damnation Festival 2005

    Forever Never have also been played on the XFM Rock Show on a Friday night with Ian Camfield.


    Forever Never's debut album entitled 'Aporia' is released March 2006.

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