Whitesnake: Forevermore


Whitesnake, the band founded and formed by singer/songwriter David Coverdale, will unleash a brand new album, Forevermore, on Frontiers Records on March 25 in Europe and March 29 in North America.

Their 11th studio album, Forevermore was recorded, produced and mixed by Coverdale, guitarist Doug Aldrich and Michael McIntyre at Snakebyte Studios and Grumblenott Studios & Villas in Lake Tahoe, Nevada, with additional work at Casa Dala, Sherman Oaks, CA, and Whitesnake will take to the road for a full world tour in support of the release.

The album’s release will be anticipated by the digital only release of the first single/video clip “Love Will Set You Free” on February 21. Forevermore will be specially released on a “Snake Pack” edition for the first 3 weeks in England only. This very special release will come with a collector’s edition 132 pages deluxe magazine + A1 poster & metal pin badge and shall feature an exclusive cover art and 2 bonus live tracks “Slide It In” and “Cheap An’ Nasty,” which will serve as an appetizer for the forthcoming “Live @ Donington 1990” to be released in the summer 2011.

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

Whitesnake is:

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

Forevermore Tracklisting
Steal Your Heart Away
All Out Of Luck
Love Will Set You Free
Easier Said Than Done
Tell Me How
I Need You (Shine A Light)
One Of These Days
Love And Treat Me Right
Dogs In The Street
Fare Thee Well
Whipping Boy Blues
My Evil Ways

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[Published on: 1/20/11]

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