Finland's NEGATIVE Recording New Album: Video Available

The first in a series of video clips of Finnish hard/glam rockers NEGATIVE in the studio recording their third album has been posted online at this location.

NEGATIVE's as-yet-untitled new CD is scheduled for release in late 2006. The group's sophomore album, "Sweet & Deceitful", was released in Europe (excluding Scandinavia, Italy and Russia) via Roadrunner Records. The follow-up to 2003's gold-certified (in Finland) "War of Love", which features a guest appearance by SENTENCED/POISONBLACK frontman Ville Laihiala, topped the Finnish album chart upon its release in September 2004.

NEGATIVE will be teaming up with H.I.M. and THE RASMUS for a European tour beginning on February 9, 2006 in Essen, Germany. A list of confirmed dates can be found at this location.

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