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Act II: The Blood and the Life Eternal, the second album from Canadian artist/producer Daniel Victor, features lead vocals from the likes of Jimmy Gnecco (Ours), Melissa Auf der Maur (Hole), Rob Dickenson (Catherine Wheel), Sune Rose Wagner (the Raveonettes), Ryan Corrigan (Hawksley Workman), and Victor himself.

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With patience comes a perfect album despite a continuous tone throughout, this album really is a work of art, musically brilliant, lyrically brilliant and Daniel Victor who is Neverending White Lights has a variety of talented singers that makes this album sung briliiantly.
This album has no flaws, despite being about 15 tracks to it, you wish there were more. possibly the best album i have ever heard.
Bring on Act 3 Mr Victor!!!


Formed: 2005 in Canada

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s

Neverending White Lights is a collaboration of sorts between Daniel Victor and a host of Canadian and American vocalists that got its first exposure in 2005. The format involves Victor handling all of the musical duties and the guest stars providing the vocals. The debut, Act I: Goodbye Friends of the Heavenly Bodies, released in 2005, featured (to name a few) Chris Gray, Jason Martin, and Nick Hexum. The follow-up,...
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