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  • CD (22 juillet 2005)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Label: Century Média
  • ASIN : B000A69REY
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Disque : 1

  1. Disque 1 piste 1
  2. Disque 1 piste 2
  3. Disque 1 piste 3
  4. Disque 1 piste 4
  5. Disque 1 piste 5
  6. Disque 1 piste 6
  7. Disque 1 piste 7
  8. Disque 1 piste 8
  9. Disque 1 piste 9
  10. Disque 1 piste 10
  11. Disque 1 piste 11
  12. Born
  13. Final product
  14. My acid words
  15. Bittersweet feast
  16. Sentient 6
  17. Medicated nation
  18. The holocaust of thought
  19. Sell my heart for stones
  20. The psalm of lydia
  21. A future uncertain
  22. This godless endeavor

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THIS GODLESS ENDEAVOR

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Ah, on peut dire que j'aurais mis le temps à chroniquer la dernière oeuvre des Californiens de Nevermore. Normal, ce disque demande de nombreuses écoutes pour être assimilé et, du temps, j'en ai un peu manqué dernièrement...

Après son monumental Dead Heart in a Dead World, sorti en 2000 et qui m'avait permis de découvrir et surtout d'énormément apprécier le style proposé par les Américains, ces derniers m'avaient grandement déçu avec leur Enemies of Reality, sorti deux ans plus tard et qui manquait cruellement d'inspiration. La faute apparemment avec une fin de contrat avec leur maison de disques qui ne leur avait pas alloué l'attention et surtout le budget nécessaire à la réalisation de cet opus. Résultat: un album moyen au son épouvantable, qui ne rendait en rien justice à la formation de Seattle.

Trois ans plus tard, le groupe réintègre sa maison de disques qui, pour lui prouver son soutien, remixe entièrement l'album avec un son enfin correct (ce qui est quand même rare dans ce milieu et qui prouve à quel point Nevermore est un groupe talentueux qu'on n'a pas vraiment envie de laisser partir).

Puis arrive enfin le nouvel album du groupe: This Godless Endeavor, qui voit celui-ci renouer enfin avec une musique de très grande qualité.

Oh, pas de grand changement, le groupe n'a pas souhaité évoluer dans son style, ce qui n'est pas plus mal étant donné qu'il propose une musique moderne, novatrice, aux limites de l'avant-gardisme !
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Quelque part entre heavy, thrash et power metal, Nevermore n'hésite pas à ratisser large, la musique du groupe pouvant être comparée à une sorte de croisement impossible entre Iced Earth (pour le côté heavy) et Meshuggah (pour le côté complexe et sombre). L'album référence du groupe s'appelle Dead Heart In A Dead World et il est indispensable. This Godless Endeavor est le sixième album de ce groupe américain sous estimé, car vraiment excellent. Ambiances sombres, rythmiques thrash, mélodies imparables, This Godless Endeavor est tout en puissance. L'album déboule avec l'énorme "Born" dont Pantera n'aurait pas renié l'intro, le refrain est ultra accrocheur et franchement magnifique. Il faut préciser que Warren Dane possède une palette vocale impressionnante comme en témoigne un titre tel que "Final Product". Certains passages de "Sentient" et "Sell My Heart For Stone" sont les seuls vrais moments de répit dans ce déluge de puissance métallique, sans oublier l'épique "This Godless Endeavor". Il faut bien avouer que peu de groupes peuvent aujourd'hui rivaliser avec tant de maîtrise. Cet album est franchement irréprochable. Déjà l'un des meilleurs albums de l'année...
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Par fifi59 1ER COMMENTATEUR DU HALL D'HONNEUR le 10 septembre 2005
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Heavy, Thrash, mélodique, puissant, saupoudré de Prog, le Nevermore nouveau est une bombe sans le moindre défaut !
Très varié, doté d'une production béton qui nous permet d'apprécier les remarquables parties vocales et l'ensemble des instrument, notamment la batterie qui écrase tout sur son passage et les sublimes solos de guitare qui nous permettent de nous rendre compte que le groupe a tout pour lui, la puissance et la technique en particulier !
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HASH(0x9aeb730c) étoiles sur 5 Lives Up to the Hype 27 juillet 2005
Par Mike - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Let me start out by disproving some of the rumors that I have heard about this album.

1. Nevermore is not much more than nu-metal or alterna-metal.

-This is the dumbest one I've heard, made by someone who doesn't know what they are talking about. No whining, excellent musicianship, and real seven-string guitar as opposed to down-tuned six strings prove that Nevermore is much more than any alterna-crap.

2. Nevermore are stuck in their own niche.

-Maybe this is somewhat true since they have a very unique sound, but they don't repeat themselves and there are no rehashed riffs or solos. This album is the next in line from a long group of albums that progressed each time, never content to make a "DNB 2" or "DHIADW 2."

3. Steve Smyth will never be able to fill Pat O'Brien's shoes.

-This is actually what I thought when I first heard he had joined the band. To a certain extent, I was right. Smyth doesn't try to fill O'Brien's shoes, instead adding his own touch to the bands sound. He co-writes several of the songs contributes a number of fantastic solos as well. Also he is quite talented as well, as evidenced by the solo in "Bittersweet Feast."

I've also heard several complaints about them not being able to top a certain album, whether it be "Politics" or "Dead Heart." Yet, like I said before, they do not try to remake one of those great albums. In fact, in my opinion this is their best album. There is more variety than "Dead Heart" and more consistency than "Politics," yet better melodies than "Dreaming," with all of the songs sounding fresh, without completely changing their sound that made them so good in the first place. Standout numbers include "Born," which features a near-death metal sound, without coming off as noise. "The Holoaust of Thought" is a short instrumental with a guest solo by James Murphy. The title track is an epic song of nearly nine minutes; never a boring moment or wasted second or note. The other songs I haven't mentioned aren't bad at all; there isn't a weak or even mediocre song on the album. Warrel Dane continues his reign as one of, if not the, best vocalist in metal. Smyth lacks the chemistry that O'Brien had with the band, but his contributions are positive, both in his songwriting and his musicianship. Jim Sheppard and Van Williams are as vital to the band as the previous three. Their rhythm section improves the songs and we pretty much know what to expect from them; and they deliver.

Nevermore is gaining in popularity, but too many people still don't know about them; hopefully this will change after their stint in Gigantour. If you are just learning about Nevermore, there really isn't a bad place to start, but this is as good a place as any. Nevermore is carrying the metal banner into the 21st century; fans of progressive, power, thrash, or speed metal would be wise to check these guys out.

P.S. If the clips on Amazon don't convince you, check out the band's website to download the full version of "Final Product."
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HASH(0x9aeb7714) étoiles sur 5 Simply awesome 15 janvier 2006
Par N. Durham - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
You've got to hand it to Nevermore, they keep managing to pump out consistent, hard albums with intricate structures and an overall epic feel. "This Godless Endeavor" is no different, even with the inclusion of former Testament guitarist Steve Smyth who manages to put his own signature on many of the tracks featured here. Opening track "Born" is brilliant, as is the lead single "Final Product", as well as "Medicated Nation", "The Holocaust of Thought", and the brilliant "Psalm of Lydia" which finds singer Warrel Dane soaring high with his unique vocals. The closing title track ends the album on a more solemn note, but the album's powerful tone never gets lost throughout it's whole running time. Don't pay any attention to the negative reviews (especially to the below "Cincinatti Bengals #1 Fan", who blasts Nevermore in favor of the "real men" in Korn, Limp Bizkit, and Atreyu, heh heh), "This Godless Endeavor" is a strikingly powerful and mature metal album that is one of the best releases of 2005, and it's a great starting point for new fans to the band.
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HASH(0x9aeb778c) étoiles sur 5 In my top 5 of 2005 21 septembre 2005
Par Pete - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Good lord, I love this album. This album has it all: soaring vocals, brilliant guitar solos, crunchy guitar riffs, chunky bass-lines, great double bass drums, thoughtful lyrics, seriously what more do you need? Warrell Dane's voice is still as good as ever, which basically means he's just as good as always. Jeff Loomis' solos are AMAZING as ever, along with good solos (not as good as Jeff's, IMHO) and rhythm work from new comer Steve Smyth. Jim Sheppard's bass-lines are still good. Van Williams' drumming has never sounded better. This is, simply put, just one of the best albums released this year. Here's what I think of the songs...

1. Born - Dear lord, i'm listening to this song as I write this review! This is possibly the best song on the album. If not, it's my personal favorite. The lyrics and drums are great and that solo ALONE is worth buying this album for! 5/5

2. Final Product - The album's single. Very good song. Just like Born, the lyrics here are amazing. 5/5

3. My Acid Words 5/5 Great song, nice heavy intro.

4. Bittersweet Feast 5/5

5. Sentient 6 5/5 Remind of DHIADW.

6. Medicated Nation 5/5

7. The Holocaust of Thought 5/5 James Murphy plays on this interlude. Need I say more?

8. Sell My Heart for Stones 5/5

9. The Psalm of Lydia 5/5

10. A Future Uncertain 5/5

11. This Godless Endeavor 6/5 Here it is. THE crown jewel of the album. At almost 9 minutes long, this is the longest song on the album. It starts out calmly with an acoustic intro, but it gets heavy! Although Born is my personal favorite song on the album, this is possibly the all-around best here.

So, if you like metal (nu-metal and metalcore don't count), this album is VERY recommended. If you like Nevermore, well... then just get it!

"If nothing in the world can change our children will enherit nothing"
-Nevermore, Born
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HASH(0x9aeb7b1c) étoiles sur 5 ...and quite a successful endeavor at that! 4 septembre 2005
Par Nicholas Adam Chupka - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
It's hard to believe that my first Nevermore listening experience occurred only a month ago, even though I was propelled back into the metal scene over two years ago. Sure, I had seen the name pop up on countless lists and websites, but for some moronically ignorant reason, I had it in my mind that they were some cheesy power metal band.

Well power metal, and nu-metal as some reviewers here have said, this band is not. Nevermore offers up a tasty platter of technical death/thrash metal served through progressive songwriting. The songs, varying in length from 4 minute standards to 6-8 minute treks, consist of impressive arrangements of thematic intros, multiple bridges/breaks, and some of the sweetest solos in the genre, courtesy of one of my new heroes, Jeff Loomis, and newcomer, Steve Smyth.

Warrel Dane, as evidenced by the reviews here, seems to dwell in love him or hate him territory, and I find myself in the camp of the prior. While he by no means possesses a classically beautiful and controlled voice, the range of emotion he displays, not just from song to song, but within each song, is worth your immediate attention. The venom he spits during one of my favorite tracks, "Bittersweet Feast" is enough to bring my hatred towards those he speaks of in this song, those intent on stealing our freewill, to an absolute boiling point. I cannot think of more apt madness to accompany the furious instrumentation of this band, than the voice of this man.

The lyrics, too, are something to applaud. With distinct themes all related to social and political ills, Nevermore transcends a majority of the metal scene by fusing neck-breaking force with intelligence and responsibility. Do they sing words of hope and salvation? I think you can answer that question by simply reading the titles of the tracks. What they do manage, however, is to call attention to the astonishingly rapid evaporation of freedom, and our escalating dependence on external forces to solve our internal problems (i.e. the haunting "Medicated Nation", which poetically paints a horrific picture of medicated zombies using drugs to placate their self-created delusions and neuroses).

Not convinced yet? Because I have yet to do justice to the mindblowing instrumentation on this album. Van Williams absolutely obliterates his kit with thoughtful arrangements on scorchers like "Born" and "Medicated Nation", and completely decimates it on slow grinders like "Sentinent 6" and the Queensryche reminiscent "Sell My Heart for Stones". Being a fan of the bass, I love that Nevermore does not treat this useful tool as simply necessary background filler. Sheppard's axe is quite audible, and even at the forefront during some breaks.

It is the aforementioned guitar duo, though, that most capture's this axe player's heart. Guitar fans/players will rejoice at the absolute spectrum of metal playing here. Atmospheric tones and squeals are layered atop clean toned, slow-paced arpeggios to create feelings of despondency and melancholy, while the double attack surfaces often to throw your head right against the concrete wall. My favorite moments are when a perfect combination of "Rust in Piece" melodic sharpness, Death progression, and outright brutality are combined with drilling double bass blasts to create a psychotic, yet technically controlled sound, which Nevermore can boast is all thier own.

Any fan of metal needs to obtain this release, now! It stands as an ultimate album of modern metal, combining all the best aspects of metal throughout its history. Exceptionally catchy hooks, unparalleled musicianship, blistering solos, lyrics of true (and not commercially exploited) rebellion, and an overwhelming mood of darkness and agression. I cannot wait to anticipate the next release just as long time fans must have anticpated this release. I have no doubt I will be as pleased on that day, as longtime fans were on the day this beast was unleashed upon the earth.
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HASH(0x9aeb7c54) étoiles sur 5 Quite possibly one of the best metal albums ever released. 28 juillet 2005
Par J. Wooldridge - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
As if Nevermore couldn't summit past the perfection they had laid in solid stone with their previous albums, This Godless Endeavor is an easy paramount of perfection.

From the opening track, "Born", Jeff Loomis and Steve Smyth shred to total bliss. Loomis' solo's in this song are absolutely absurd. Warrel Dane's vocals combine with the music to create a song twisted with chaotic beauty.

Final Product, the next track is just as heavy, and combines the same breath-taking solos and amazing vocals.

The third track, My Acid Words, opens with downtuned guitars and soon becomes a melodically heavy masterpiece.

Bittersweet Feast, the fourth track, shows the emotional intensity of Danes vocals, and continues on the shredding of Loomis and Smyth.

Sentient 6 is the most ballad oriented track on the album, and shows the discipline and control of Danes vocals. It is about as close to an acoustic track as Nevermore will get. But with ripping guitars during various parts, and a dark end, this track is an absolute masterpiece.

Medicated Nation holds onto the same heaviness and kickass shredding that every other track holds to. Nothing to complain about here, a solid and heavy masterpiece.

Sell My Heart For Stones is also a ballad oriented track, that incorporates a slow, beautiful opener, and becomes progressivelly heavy and dark.

The Psalm of Lydia rips with possibly the coolest riff on the album, and through the entirety of this track Loomis and Smyth rip off solo after solo. It is insane, the solos are just unbelievable.

A Future Uncertain, Again a heavy, melodic track. Not much to say, it just slays.

The album ends with the self titled track, This Godless Endeavor. It opens with an acoustic guitar, and starts out slow with Danes vocals. It progresses, and becomes heavy throughout the song. Killer song.

This review does this album absolutely no justice. Words are just too hard to lay upon this perfection. All I can say is buy it, and prepare to be blown away.
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