NEVERMORE: 'STEVE SMYTH Was The Missing Link In Our Dysfunctional Brotherhood'

NEVERMORE have issued an official statement confirming former TESTAMENT axeman Steve Smyth as the group's new second guitarist. The statement reads as follows:

"After touring since 1995 with a number of different guitarists in the second slot NEVERMORE are happy to announce that we have added Steve Smyth on a permanent basis, the revolving door has been retired! After awhile touring with Steve it became obvious to us that he was the missing link in our dysfunctional brotherhood! So now we approach the future officially as a five-piece band!"

Smyth, whose departure from TESTAMENT was exclusively reported here on April 20, took part in the filming of NEVERMORE's video for the track "I, Voyager", off their most recent album, "Enemies Of Reality". Photos of Smyth and the rest of NEVERMORE at the video shoot can be viewed at this location (photos by Stephanie Cabral).


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