Producer ANDY SNEAP Offers NEVERMORE Recording Update

British producer extraordinaire Andy "Undie" Sneap has posted the following message on his official web site:

"So we're a good few days into [the recording of the new NEVERMORE album]. We have seven full rhythms done (drums and guitar), titles include 'Jeff 1', 'Jeff 2' and 'Steve 3'....I feel Dane [Warrel, vocals] needs to get on it with the titles. Hoping to have all basic rhythms and drums done by this Friday [March 4].

"We [Andy and NEVERMORE] took a trip up to Manchester on Saturday to see my old friends STUCK MOJO. It brought some fond memories back seeing Bonz and Rich playing again, we had some good times in Atlanta when we did 'Rising' and 'Declaration of a Headhunter'. I ended up getting awarded with a Swedish Grammy for OPETH's 'Deliverence' album, which was a total surprise because it was two years late, and not something I was ever expecting to see. Very cool, though. Gizz from THE MORE I SEE and Rich presented it to me onstage and said some very cool things about times we've shared and thankfully nothing about crabs and a Beat the Street tour bus, but did manage to include the now legendary sunburn with four days in hospital/wheelchair story. We then managed to destroy a version of 'Live Wire' by MÖTLEY CRÜE, or rather I managed to destroy it.

"I'd like to apologize to any paying members of the audience for that ill conceived idea. More pics and clips coming shortly

"Oh yeah, and when this shows up on Blabbermouth, thanks for all the cool comments about the NEVERMORE remix. Glad you like it."

Check out pictures from the STUCK MOJO show in Manchester at this location.


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