Fornever - _We Whom Are..._
(Independent, 1999)
by: Adrian Bromley (7 out of 10)
Omaha, Nebraska quintet Fornever have two things going for them right off the bat: 1) Brian Griffin (Broken Hope / En Sinfonia) producing and 2) an interesting array of material that spawns many genres of metal music (from death metal chants to doom/gloom riffs and choruses). That said and done, prepare yourself to journey into the solidly played five-song outing from these heavy hitters. Get ruffled up by the intensity of such songs as "Divine Immortal" and "Purify" and drawn into the stirring closer "The Garden of Never". While not perfect throughout, for the most part the styles represented here are in good hands. It's good to see a band step above the normal realm of metal music every once in a while, especially a relatively unknown band like Fornever. Solid work from a band that obviously worked hard to get where they are. No doubt they will have a future.


(article published 12/8/1999)

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