NEVERMEN PREMIERE “MR. MISTAKE” VIDEO VIA JUXTAPOZ
“Together at last – Mike Patton, Tunde Adebimpe and Adam ‘Doseone’ Drucker. One of the many excellent things about this delightfully chewy collaboration is that it does sometimes manage to sound like the three principals’ best-known bands playing in the same room at once. * * * * (Four Stars) – MOJO
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Feb. 9, 2016, DeSoto, Texas – Nevermen debut an animated video for “Mr. Mistake” via Juxtapoz (http://www.juxtapoz.com/news/music/video-premiere-nevermen-mr-mistake/). The video was created and hand drawn by Ottawa International Animation Festival grand prize winner Sarina Nihei (Small People With Hats).
Nevermen’s self-titled debut album arrived on Jan. 29 via Ipecac Recordings (North America)/Lex Records (ROW) with MOJO Magazine awarding the record four stars, dubbing Nevermen “the CSN of avant-rap” and Magnet Magazine saying the trio of Adam “Doseone” Drucker, Tunde Adebimpe (TV on the Radio) and Mike Patton (Faith No More) “is a successful and forward-thinking act of sonic maximalism.”
Nevermen is neither side-project nor super group; it’s merely meant to be — a years-in-the-making partnership in which these men shared all duties, discovering their collective sound with the sort of glee and freedom usually reserved for first-timers. Amid this wild, weird churn of rock, pop, rap, soul, and other, it’s shockingly easy to lose track of who’s singing at what moment, and that’s the point: to quote Tunde/Adam/Mike in song, “The frontman digests its self.” Nevermen, the album, finds these three giants shredding their egos to get at the heart of why they do what they do, to explore the hopes and fears and wins and losses of anyone who carves career out of what started as dream.