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Forevermore release details

Whitesnake Forevermore cover art

A press release from the Whitesnake camp says that the new album Forevermore will be released on March 25 in Europe and March 29 in North America via Frontier Records. The album’s release will be anticipated by the digital only release of the first single/videoclip Love Will Set You Free on February 21. In the meanwhile you can listen to the preview track courtesy of Frontier Records.

The limited edition of Forevermore will be released on a “Snake Pack” edition for the first three weeks in England only. This special release — arranged in conjunction with Future Publishing and Classic Rock magazine — will come with a collector’s edition 132-page magazine plus A1 poster and metal pin badge and will feature an exclusive cover art and two bonus live tracks, Slide It In and Cheap An’ Nasty, which will serve as an appetizer for the forthcoming Live At Donington 1990, to be released in the summer 2011.

The album will be also be released on a double gatefold vinyl format, with deluxe special editions to be announced shortly.

Track list:

  1. Steal Your Heart Away
  2. All Out Of Luck
  3. Love Will Set You Free
  4. Easier Said Than Done
  5. Tell Me How
  6. I Need You (Shine A Light)
  7. One Of These Days
  8. Love And Treat Me Right
  9. Dogs In The Street
  10. Fare Thee Well
  11. Whipping Boy Blues
  12. My Evil Ways
  13. Forevermore

David Coverdale – vocals
Doug Aldrich – guitar
Reb Beach – guitars
Michael Devin – bass
Brian Tichy – drums

Produced by Los Bros Brutalos (David Coverdale, Doug Aldrich, Michael McIntyre).

Recorded at Snakebyte Studios and Grumblenott Studios & Villas in Lake Tahoe, Nevada, with additional work at Casa Dala, Sherman Oaks, California.



15 Comments to “Forevermore release details”:

  1. 1
    micke says:

    I liked GTBB, sounds like I will like this one too!

  2. 2
    no name says:

    And by this album Whitesnake will have 22 songs that contain the word “love” in their titles. Is this serious? Lyrically they’re one of the less creative band in the world…

    LOVE
    Where’s love?
    Is this Love?
    here’s Love
    Here is no love
    love in here
    love in there
    i love you
    i don;t love you
    you love me
    you don’t love me
    i love you but you don;t love me
    love day
    love night
    fool for love
    hapy for love
    love is good
    love is bad…

    amm. BORING!!!

  3. 3
    Roberto says:

    …always the same cover, the same lirycs, the same, riff, the same song structures, the same melodies…they never progress while deep purple did and do it…

  4. 4
    Joanna says:

    Thank you! I’ve listened. I like it!

  5. 5
    sir.nikos says:

    cool NEW whitesnake song Love Will Set You Free 🙂

  6. 6
    Made in England says:

    Hmmmm. From the sound clip it sounds like it will be as interesting as GTBB – which I still haven’t bought yet. I’m waiting for the special limited tour/digi pak version with all the out takes and studio footage and the chocolate flavoured CD. Yum yum.

  7. 7
    Bill The Wizard Pierce says:

    Sounds good, can’t wait. You can go to the Website and get a sample of the new single/video Love Will Set you Free. It reminds me a little of Good to be Bad, very muscular with a lot of guitar work on it.

  8. 8
    stefan says:

    Really looking forward to this release, and the gig at the Sweden Rock Festival this summer ! Hopefully DC´s voice is back in shape like in the good old days, the last time I went to a WS gig he sounded like a broken accordion !!!! ROCK ON !!!

  9. 9
    micke says:

    @2 You’re wrong.. Ac/Dc is boring.. What, would you seriously rather have war this and that instead? 😉

  10. 10
    T says:

    Except for songs here an’ there, I never was much of a “metal” Whitesnake fan, instead preferring the early years. Unfortunately, Whitesnake continues to cater to the ‘hair metal’ sound and identity since it is that incarnation that produced the most record sales.

    For Whitesnake, it is a bit of an identity crisis. One cannot blame Coverdale for opting more toward the 1987 sound and continue to carry that theme over in both sound and artwork even if long-time Deep Purple fans are more likely to prefer the Trouble-to-Slide It In era.

    As for the clip, it sounds pretty good. I give Coverdale kudos for remaining active by touring, putting out new material and having a eye to the past as well.

  11. 11
    Frack says:

    I agree, T. Never liked the hair metal period of the band and like it even less now. These extreme metal-like distorted guitars of Aldrich has nothing or little to do with what Whitesnake actually stands or always stood for. But well, as long as his fans fall for it. The vast majority of Whitesnake fans are anyway elder women between 40-50 …
    Everyone knows.

  12. 12
    Bill The Wizard Pierce says:

    I know most Deep Purple fans like David’s old sound, but really who’se going to buy that sound today? it might sell in the UK, but worldwise, listen to modern music of today, if you don’t rock, you don’t get played. Whitesnake currently is playing to their strengths, and that is their 2 guitarists and David! Doug and Reb are 2 of the best updated guitarists in the world today. Look, it could be worse, what if Steve Vai was back??? also these boys can actually sing. another thing, I never really understood the Hair Metal nameplate they got stuck with. What do you want Mohawks? Every rocker out there has Hair, (well almost)just because David has hair, you all still butcher him over it! lighten up, and Rock! nuff said

  13. 13
    Crimson Ghost says:

    I think the last album was a good cross between classic and modern. I prefer the classic but like and appreciate the modern, especially lately, for some reason the so called hair days hold up very well for me, better than at the time, back then I wasn’t into it as much as I had been. Favorite albums have to be Ready ‘An Willing, and Slide It In, as they slid into that period but still had their original bite.

  14. 14
    thegrimer69 says:

    hi everyone
    of course we all prefer the early stuff but be happy we have something to critique . it is all about the show and i have never
    been disappointed .
    long live coverdale
    mg

  15. 15
    BRAINFARTER says:

    COVERDALE ALLWAYS LOOKS THE SAME TOO, HE NEEDS A MAKEOVER AS MUCH AS THEIR SONGS DOES. SAME SOUND SAME RIFFS ( WHATS WITH ALL THE LOVE SONGS ? REALLY !!!!! NEED TO STOP WITH THAT. BRING BACK BERNIE MARSDEN AT LEAST ADD SOME BLUES INFLUENCE TO THE MUSIC AGAIN. OR BRING BACK JOHN SYKES HE ( ROCKED ).

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