The Nevermore EP was produced by long time collaborator and producer Mark Holman.
“In my early days as a musician I just wanted to play and hone my chops,” explains Jonny Hetherington, “and playing on the street seemed like the best way to do that. I’ll never forget the folks who came and took notice of what I was doing back then, lots of them are ART OF DYING fans now and I think that’s testament to what we’ve been able to create as a band.”
Earlier this year the band introduced to the world new members guitarist Tavis Stanley & bassist Cale Gontiert just before they hit the road with the back to act DISTURBED.
And what did Dan of Disturbed think you ask? Read below for the answer.
“I was blown away when I first heard their independent record,” enthuses DISTURBED guitarist Dan Donegan. “I lived with it for quite a while and I was so impressed with the quality of the songwriting that I had a feeling there was something special going on. David (DISTURBED vocalist David Draiman) and I had been looking for someone to sign to our imprint for a while, but I wanted to make sure the guys could do it live – it’s hard to find a band that are the complete package these days. So, we invited them out on a DISTURBED tour of America, we really threw them in the deep end!”
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|Oct 22||The Music Factory||Battle Creek, MI||Tickets|
|Jan 16||Shiprocked Cruise||Miami, FL||Tickets|
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