Former GORGUTS/Current NEGATIVE Member LUC LEMAY Talks To 'VM Underground'

Former GORGUTS and current NEGATIVA member Luc Lemay was interviewed last month on the "VM Underground" show.

Download the chat as an MP3 file at this location.

NEGATIVA, the Quebec-based band featuring Lemay alongside former GORGUTS member Steeve Hurdle (guitar), Etienne Gallo (drums, ex-AUGURY) and Miguel Valade (bass, ex-ION DISSONANCE), recently announced the addition of new female vocalist, Roxanne Constantin, who has worked with QUO VADIS and AUGURY.

Last June, the band returned to Wild Studio to record the instrumental versions of three new songs: "Deepen The Mystery" (9:46), "The Loss" (14:56), "And The Unknown" (6:52). Vocal tracks will be recorded early next year.

For more information, visit www.myspace.com/negativa1.

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