Finnish rock band NEGATIVE took part in a special four-song acoustic song showcase at Finland's Mexico City embassy on May 13, 2011. Check out footage of the performance below (recorded in HD by Search & Destroy for Eyescream Productions).
NEGATIVE's fifth album, "Neon", was released in June 2010. The CD was recorded at the Broken Wave studios in Los Angeles with Warren Riker as the engineer/assistant producer and Jimmy Westerlund as the producer.
According to a press release, "Neon" is "a milestone in NEGATIVE's career. A lot has been invested in the production the material has been polished to perfection before entering the studios under the supervision of Jeff Blue. Singer Jonne Aaron's vocal scale stretches wider than ever and the band's playing comes together brilliantly on this album. Aaron has composed an album filled to the brim with emotional stadium rock."
"Neon" was the first NEGATIVE album to be released in Europe and Asia simultaneously via Warner Music and JVC Music, respectively.
Jonne Aaron described "Neon" as "melody rich and comprehensive string of pearls with a twist."
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