NEVERMORE To Play Three Shows On Upcoming VANS WARPED TOUR

Seattle's NEVERMORE have been asked by the organizers of the Vans Warped Tour—an annual trek also known as "Punk Rock Summercamp"—to play a few dates, making them the first traditional metal band to ever perform on this tour. They will be joining some of the finest young metal, hardcore and punk bands on the stage. Other bands confirmed to play the same stage are UNEARTH, CURL UP AND DIE, and FROM AUTUMN TO ASHES.

Dates and cities have been announced for the 26 stops on the tour, which kicks off in Nampa, Idaho on June 21st.

NEVERMORE are confirmed to appear on the following dates:

Jul. 20 - Quincy, WA @ TBA
Jul. 22 - Billings, MT @ TBA
Jul. 23 - Fargo, ND @ TBA

NEVERMORE are currently in the writing stages of their follow-up album to the critically-acclaimed 2000 release, Dead Heart In A Dead World.


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