ARCH ENEMY Frontwoman To Guest On NEVER Album; Audio Available

Polish technical death/thrash metallers NEVER have posted a new song, "Questions Within", featuring a guest appearance by ARCH ENEMY frontwoman Angela Gossow. The track is expected to appear on NEVER's upcoming third album, "Back To The Front", due later in the year via Metal Mind Productions. According to the band, "We recorded two songs with Angela, two versions of each. The first version of both songs contains Angela's vocals only, the second one contains the romantic vocal duo of Angela and Seba [NEVER guitarist/vocalist Sebastian Synowiec]. It seems that on the regular release of 'Back To The Front' there will be the second version of 'Questions Within' and the first version of 'Painted Black'. The other versions probably will be used as a bonuses in the future."

In addition to Gossow, "Back To The Front" will feature a guest appearance by UNSUN/ex-VADER guitarist Maurycy "Mauser" Stefanowicz.


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