SCARVE To Resume Work On New Album This Month

France's VS Webzine reports that French masters of modern dissonant thrash SCARVE will enter the studio at the end of September to put the finishing touches on the follow-up to their critically acclaimed "Irradiant" album (2004). The band has booked the Dug-Out facility in Uppsala, Sweden and will work with renowned Swedish producer Daniel Bergstrand, whose previous credits include MESHUGGAH, IN FLAMES, STRAPPING YOUNG LAD and STUCK MOJO.

SCARVE has yet to announce a replacement for singer Guillaume Bideau who left the group in May to join the Danish modern metallers MNEMIC.

Bideau joined SCARVE in November 1998 and performed on all three of the band's albums: "Transluscence" (2000), "Luminiferous" (2002) and "Irradiant" (2004). Download a full-length MP3 of the song "Mirthless Perspectives", taken from "Irradiant", at this location.


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