Nevereverafter

by The Nevermores

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Recorded in a drafty, dilapidated warehouse and mixed in the embalming room of a former mortuary, THE NEVERMORES’ debut album, Nevereverafter, practically oozes with a slimy mixture of overt Edgar Allan Poe references and fuzzy garage scuzz befitting their lo-fi mindset and obsession with Roger Corman’s classic B-movie retellings of Poe tales. With songs such as “I Lost Lenore,” “Tell-Tale Heart” and “Annabelle Lee,” you can almost hear the screeching and groaning from Ligeia’s tomb in the background. Although their music is technically “garage rock,” it’s somehow got a much bigger sound. The boys like to refer to it as “warehouse rock.”

Garage rock lives—and even flourishes—in the scene that these four Poe-quoting degenerates have unashamedly set on the release of this LP. From the sucker-punch of “Hideous Eye” to the swimming-pool percussion of “What Don’t You Know?,” all of the bases that have already been covered are covered here once more, but possibly Nevereverafter.

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released May 26, 2009

TIRC-006

Recorded at the Frame Shop, St. Louis, MO, by BW Music.
Produced by The Nevermores and Bryan Williams.
Engineered, mixed and mastered at Masterplan Studio, Waterloo, IL.
Cover illustration by Jason Sanders.
Photography by Katy Sanders.
Art direction by Jeff Kopp and The Nevermores.
Thanks to Kopper & TIRC Records, Bryan Williams, Lisa, Katy, Emily, Craig Moore & Gonn, Dancing Larry, Valis, Bill Streeter & Lo-Fi Saint Louis, GaragePunk.com, KDHX, the TIRC List, our fans, and, of course... Edgar.

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The Nevermores St Louis, Missouri

In 2006 THE NEVERMORES rose from the ashes of two previous St. Louis bands, Thee Lordly Serpents and Tomorrow’s Caveman. The band consists of lead vocalist/guitarist John Ebert (Everywhere, Thee Lordly Serpents), bassist Steve Marquis (The Geargrinders, Tomorrow’s Caveman), drummer Roger Ward (the Tommyknockers, Thee Lordly Serpents, the Fuzztones) and lead guitarist Jason Sanders. ... more

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