NEGATIVA, the Quebec-based band featuring former GORGUTS members Steeve Hurdle (guitars) and Luc Lemay (guitars), along with Etienne Gallo (drums, ex-AUGURY) and Miguel Valade (bass, ex-ION DISSONANCE), has announced the addition of new female vocalist, Roxanne Constantin, who has worked with QUO VADIS and AUGURY.
Commented Hurdle: "With her emotional voice, her love and knowledge of music, Roxanne will add a fresh colour to our sound. We felt that it was time for us to explore new avenues, so we've made significant changes to our musical approach. The four musicians are now involved in the writing process, which brings more diversity to our sound. Our music is therefore becoming more experimental, progressive and ambient. This natural evolution will broaden our horizons sound-wise. We're really looking forward to share our new creation with all of you."
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.
NEGATIVA's debut mini-CD (2006) can still be heard online, but the most recent song on that demo was written six years ago.
For more information, visit www.myspace.com/negativa1.
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