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Dead Heart in a Dead World

Dead Heart in a Dead World is the fourth studio album by thrash metal band Nevermore, released in July 2000. In a style comparable to a darker, heavier Queensrÿche, its songs range topics such as criticism of drug possession penalties to rejection of religion. The album also features a cover of Simon and Garfunkel's hit, "The Sound of Silence". It is also notable for being Nevermore's first record utilizing seven-string guitars.

Track listing

  1. "Narcosynthesis" — 5:31
  2. "We Disintegrate" — 5:11
  3. "Inside Four Walls" — 4:39
  4. "Evolution 169" — 5:51
  5. "The River Dragon Has Come" — 5:05
  6. "The Heart Collector" — 5:55
  7. "Engines of Hate" — 4:42
  8. "The Sound of Silence" (Paul Simon) — 5:13
  9. "Insignificant" — 4:56
  10. "Believe in Nothing" — 4:21
  11. "Dead Heart in a Dead World" — 5:08
  12. "Next in Line" (bonus video track)
  13. "What Tomorrow Knows" (bonus video track)

Personnel

  • Warrel Dane - vocals
  • Jeff Loomis - guitars
  • Jim Sheppard - bass
  • Van Williams - drums
  • Andy Sneap - production, engineering, mixing, mastering
  • Justin Leeah - additional engineering
  • Bobby Torres - additional engineering
  • Travis Smith - illustrations, design, layout
  • Karen Mason-Blair - band photography
  • Neil Sussman - legal representation

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