NEGATIVE REACTION Announces New Drummer

New York gods of sludge NEGATIVE REACTION have announced the addition of drummer Logan Michaels (formerly of SHADOWCAST) to the group's ranks.

NEGATIVE REACTION will hit the road in the fall with MAEGASHIRA in support of the band's new album, "Tales From The Insomniac", which was recently released via Spare Change Records. According to a press release, the CD "sees the band expanding on their pummeling doom beginings with new energy and a wreckless abandon. Fans of CORROSION OF CONFORMITY, MONSTER MAGNET, EYEHATEGOD and ACID BATH will be drawn to this soon to be doomcore classic."

NEGATIVE REACTION released its first seven-inch single in 1993.

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