- Title:Dead Heart in a Dead World
- Style:Heavy Metal,Power Metal,Progressive Metal,Alternative Metal
- Date of release:October 17, 2000
- Recording date:July, 2000
- Recording location:Village Productions, Tornillo, TX
- Size FLAC version1425 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1355 megabytes
- Size WMA version1189 megabytes
- Formats:AU TTA AHX AIFF DMF VOX
Nevermore's 2000 effort, Dead Heart in a Dead World, was not my first album from the Seattle band. But along with This Godless Endeavor, the album is definitely one of my favourites. What makes Nevermore's fourth full length release stand out the most is by far the solid, heavy riffing and well constructed guitar solos from Jeff Loomis. The aggressive sound is also very effective and another selling point of the band's sound. Once again, Nevermore delivers with a very consistent album
Nevermore has been named in more genres than Children of Bodom. Nevermore however unlike Bodom has stay true to their sound. The band consisted of Jeff Loomis, Warrel Dane, Van Williams, and Jim Shepard. This was the CD that got me truly addicted to nevermore and made me a Neverhead. The band could be described as Progressive thrash. Warrel Dane has always been considered as one of metal's best vocalists and this album shows it. In Dead Heart in a Dead World, Warrel Dane has a vocal solo that sends chills down your spine and he continues to rape your soul through the rest of the song. The lyrics are about drug possession, government, and religion rejection. Warrel Dane may be a turn off for some people, but give it a chance to get used to his voice you'll love it forever!
Dead Heart in a Dead World is the fourth studio album by progressive metal band Nevermore, released in October 2000. In a style comparable to a darker, heavier Queensrÿche, its songs range topics such as criticism of drug possession penalties to rejection of religion. The album also features a cover of Simon & Garfunkel's hit, "The Sound of Silence". It is also notable for being Nevermore's first record utilizing seven-string guitars.
NEVERMORE - Believe In Nothing (OFFICIAL VIDEO) 3:50. NEVERMORE - Narcosynthesis (Album Track) 5:40. My all time favourite albums by serpent of old.
11. Dead Heart in a Dead World. A music video was made for the song "Believe in Nothing". Recording information: Recorded at Village Productions, Tornillo, TX, 7/00. Added by: (Unknown user).
Dead Heart, in a Dead World. Album (Studio full-length). Century Media Records. To see the last survivor fall To see their bastard sons against the wall To see the emptiness as we decay I see the world is dead, I am betrayed. Dead heart in a dead world Dead heart in a dead world. This rotten hole that I call my home bled dry again This lesion marked upon my soul.
Get the Tempo of the tracks from Dead Heart In A Dead World (2000) by Nevermore. This album has an average beat per minute of 120 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 89/139 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Dead Heart in a Dead World.
CreditsWarrel Dane - Composer, Vocals
Justin Leeah - Engineer
Jeff Loomis - Composer, Guitar
Nevermore - Primary Artist
Jim Sheppard - Bass
Paul Simon - Composer
Travis Smith - Design, Illustrations, Layout Coordinator
Andy Sneap - Engineer, Mastering, Mixing, Producer
Bobby Torres - Engineer
Van Williams - Drums
|1||Narcosynthesis Warrel Dane / Jeff Loomis||Nevermore||5:31|
|2||We Disintegrate Warrel Dane / Jeff Loomis||Nevermore||5:11|
|3||Inside Four Walls Warrel Dane / Jeff Loomis||Nevermore||4:39|
|4||Evolution 169 Warrel Dane / Jeff Loomis||Nevermore||5:51|
|5||The River Dragon Has Come Warrel Dane / Jeff Loomis||Nevermore||5:05|
|6||The Heart Collector Warrel Dane / Jeff Loomis||Nevermore||5:55|
|7||Engines of Hate Warrel Dane / Jeff Loomis||Nevermore||4:42|
|8||The Sound of Silence Paul Simon||Nevermore||5:13|
|9||Insignificant Warrel Dane / Jeff Loomis||Nevermore||4:56|
|10||Believe in Nothing Warrel Dane / Jeff Loomis||Nevermore||4:21|
|11||Dead Heart, in a Dead World Warrel Dane / Jeff Loomis||Nevermore||5:06|