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Negativa
Origin Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Genres Technical death metal
Avant-garde metal
Years active since 2006
Labels Prodisk
Associated acts Gorguts, Quo Vadis, Ion Dissonance, Augury
Website www.negativa.ca
Members
Luc Lemay
Steeve Hurdle
Miguel Valade
Etienne Gallo
Former members
Roxanne Constantin
Dominic "Forest" Lapointe
Patrick Robert
Alain Demers

Negativa is a Canadian avant-garde technical death metal band from Montreal, Quebec formed by members of the technical death metal band Gorguts. It also includes musicians from Ion Dissonance and Augury. The band released their first three-song recording, a self-titled release limited to 1000 copies, in November 2006. The CD was recorded at Wild Studios by Pierre Rémillard. Their first performance took place at Cafe Chaos on November 12, 2006. Because of the high profile of the band's members, this new tech metal supergroup has been eagerly awaited by fans of the genre.

Negativa are recording songs for their next release. Guitarist Steeve Hurdle has stated: "We have nearly 75 minutes of new music ready for the album and we're very anxious to share it with all of you. We'd like to warn you that our new songs are nothing like what you heard on the MCD; they're more ambient and emotional."[1]

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Influences

Negativa have been influenced by many different artists from many different subgenres, ranging from heavy metal to jazz and from classical music to alternative rock. They have been influenced by artists such as Death, Morbid Angel, Meshuggah, Jeff Buckley, Soundgarden, Olivier Messiaen, Frank Zappa, John McLaughlin, and Johann Sebastian Bach.[2]

Discography

Line-up

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Current Members

Former members

Vocals
Bass
  • Dominic "Forest" Lapointe (Augury, Atheretic, Quo Vadis, Humanoid)
Drums
  • Patrick Robert (ex-Gorguts)
  • Alain Demers (Obliveon)

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