NEGATIVA, the Quebec-based band featuring former GORGUTS members Steeve Hurdle (guitar, vocals) and Luc Lemay (guitar, vocals), along with Etienne Gallo (drums, ex-AUGURY) and Miguel Valade (bass, ex-ION DISSONANCE), has scheduled a record-release showcase for its debut, self-titled multimedia mini-CD on Sunday, November 12 at Cafe Chaos in Montreal."Negativa" will be released on November 12 via the new metal label Prodisk as a limited edition of 1,000 copies. The disc, which was recorded at Wild Studio with producers Pierre Remillard and Jean-Yves Theriault (a.k.a. Blacky, former bassist of VOIVOD), will also contain enhanced material including video footage and photos taken during the recording sessions. Songtitles set to appear on the mini-CD are "Chaos in Motion" (4:35), "Taedium Vitae" (9:32) and "Rebellion" (6:11). Check out "Chaos in Motion" on www.negativa.ca. A video for the song can be viewed at YouTube.com.
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