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Nevermore Reveal More Australian Tour Details

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More details have been released about NEVERMORE's upcoming Australian tour, which is scheduled to take place late October/early November. The dates are as follows:

Oct. 28 - Melbourne, AUS @ The Corner Hotel
Oct. 29 - Adelaide, AUS @ Fowlers Live
Oct. 31 - Perth, AUS @ Amplifier Bar
Nov. 02 - Brisbane, AUS @ Arena Complex
Nov. 03 - Sydney, AUS @ Roxy Theatre (all ages)
Nov. 04 - Sydney, AUS @ Gaelic Theatre (18+)

As previously reported, NEVERMORE's September 12, 2006 concert at the Zeche club in Bochum, Germany will be filmed for the band's first-ever DVD, tentatively due in early 2007. The Seattle-based metallers will play a set of about two hours, featuring material spanning their 11-year career. The result will be the main part of their forthcoming home DVD, captured by a seven-camera team, with live recordings (in 5.1 Surround Sound) handled by producer Andy Sneap, who produced the band's latest album, "This Godless Endeavor". The planned double-DVD set will also contain a full NEVERMORE documentary, live footage from throughout the band's career, all of their promotional videos and more extras. Only 666 tickets will be available for the Bochum show.

Source: Blabbermouth

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1. ratzy writes:

well im really happy that more metal bands are touring australia but its not enough. i no alot of metal maniacs (including me) and we want more!! rock on nevermore \m/

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2. ? writes:

Yeah man. But hey, you can't break the metal drought any better than Nevermore.

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3. Jasmin writes:

The Brisbane shows need to be all ages, people under 18 who like good music DO actually exist.

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