SPHERICAL UNIT PROVIDED: Videos Posted Online

French metal band SPHERICAL UNIT PROVIDED has uploaded four of its videos at YouTube.com. Two of the clips are live performances recorded in Lille on May 1, 2006, while the others are video clips directed by the band itself.

SPHERICAL UNIT PROVIDED (a.k.a. SUP or S.U.P.) was founded in 1990 by brothers Ludovic and Fabrice Loez under the name of SUPURATION. They released their first album, "The Cube", in 1992, before changing their name in 1995 to "adjust better to their futuristic concepts." Since its inception, the band has released seven albums, the last one being "Imago" in 2005. Each one is a conceptual effort, telling a sci-fi story. S.U.P. has written several movie soundtracks (1994's "Jacques le fataliste", 2002's "Insanity" and 2005's "La Sangre del Castigo").

For more information (in French) on SPHERICAL UNIT PROVIDED, visit www.supuration.com.

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