NEVERMORE: 'Enemies Of Reality' Limited-Edition Box Set To Include DVD

July 19, 2003

NEVERMORE's forthcoming "Enemies Of Reality" CD, due on July 29 through Century Media Records, will be released as a limited-edition box set. The box will contain two CDs — the actual album and a DVD which will feature the three NEVERMORE promotional clips ("What Tomorrow Knows", "Next In Line", "Believe In Nothing"),plus two live videos ("Engines Of Hate", "Beyond Within"). The live footage was filmed at Century Media's tenth anniversary show, which was held in September 2001 at the Roxy in Hollywood, California and was previously released on the "Century Media – 10th Anniversary Party" DVD.

As previously reported, NEVERMORE will be teaming up with ARCH ENEMY for a European tour beginning on September 19 in Gothenburg, Sweden. A U.S. tour with DIMMU BORGIR, CHILDREN OF BODOM and HYPOCRISY will kick off in November.

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