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NEVERDREAM is a Progressive Metal band founded in 2004 in Rome by Giuseppe MARINELLI on guitar, Alessandro MARINELLI on bass, Mauro NERI on keyboards, Gabriele PALMIERI on drums and Giorgio MASSIMI as the lead singer. Alessandro MARINELLI leaves the band half a year later and is replaced by Federico CRISCIMANNI. With this line-up the band starts carving their own musical path, writing and recording material for their debut "Chemical Faith" from April 2005 onwards.

In 2006 NEVERDREAM start working on their second work "Souls 26 April 1986", a concept album about the Chernobyl tragedy. The new materials shows a more personal and mature approach, with original sounds and a powerful yet melodious style mixing progressive elements and thrash metal. The music becomes more impressive and dramatic, with gothic influences and dark paths. The album also introduced the new member Fabrizio DOTTORI on sax.

"SAID" from 2010 is the band's third album and their second work in cooperation with the famous German producer Achim KOHLER (AMON AMARTH, NEVERMORE and many others). The new full length is a concept album, a journey throughout the historical, social and cultural life of the cradle of human race... Africa. It features aggressive sounds, rhythmic accuracy, and a modern and dark progressive sound.

In 2011 Federico CRISCIMANNI leaves the band and is replaced by Andrea TERZULLI. 2011 turns out to be an important year, with the band receiving much praise from press and fans for the release of "SAID" and a European tour with VANDEN PLAS, whose singer Andy KUNTZ is participating as a guest vocalist on the band's 2012 album "The Circle", a concept album "noir" and psychological thriller focusing on religion and fanaticism.

The band's dark melodic approach should appeal to fans of KAMELOT, EVERGREY, RIVERSIDE and VANDENPLAS.

Biography by Bonnek

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2.05 | 2 ratings
Chemical Faith
4.00 | 1 ratings
Souls - 26 April 1986
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4.25 | 4 ratings
The Circle

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 Chemical Faith by NEVERDREAM album cover Studio Album, 2006
2.05 | 2 ratings

Chemical Faith
Neverdream Progressive Metal

Review by Windhawk
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2 stars Interesting debut by this Italian outfit. The story of Christiane F. is a dark subject matter, and Neverdream's brand of progressive metal suits it rather well; as they create songs highlighting dark and grim moods in general. And the compositions are of fairly decent quality too.

However, the sound quality is just too bad for this to really get intriguing. Muddy, fuzzy and indistinct; this is more of a demo of yesteryear than a self-released album as such in that department.

Those who don't mind third rate sound and mix might find this one worthwhile to explore though; as the band have many nice and intriguing moments in their creations.

Thanks to bonnek for the artist addition.

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