RESPONSE NEGATIVE: CD-Release Party Scheduled

April 8, 2004

RESPONSE NEGATIVE, the Florida-based death/thrash metal band featuring former OVERKILL/GRIP INC. guitarist Bobby Gustafson, will be holding a CD-release party on Saturday, April 10 at The Kelsey Club in Lake Park (near West Palm Beach),Florida. Also appearing on the bill will be 5 BILLION DEAD, STILL KEPT, EVERSINCE EVE and DEMENXIA.

RESPONSE NEGATIVE's recently completed five-song EP was recorded at Studio 13 with producer Jeremy Staska and mastered by Mike Fuller.

The complete track listing for the EP is as follows:

01. All Out War
02. Silent Son
03. Etched in Sickness
04. Carnivorous Lust
05. Faithless

Photos taken during the CD recording sessions as well as various live shots can be viewed at this location.

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