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Progressive metal band Joviac released a second single from the upcoming album

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Promo pic by: Carolin Büttner

 
 
Finnish progressive metal band Joviac is set to release their second album "Here And Now" on April 3rd 2020 by Inverse Records. 

The second single Here And Now is available on:
Spotify: https://spoti.fi/393Yw02 
Deezer: https://www.deezer.com/us/album/122909432 
Tidal: https://listen.tidal.com/album/125517574 
Apple Music: https://apple.co/3a7h2oh 
 
Viljami Wenttola's comments about the track:
"Here And Now is the title track of the album for a reason. It encapsulates all of the major influences and directions present in our music at this moment within one song; who we are right here and now. It's also the longest song on the album and offers the listener a sonic adventure with thrilling highs and contemplative lows. This song was as much of an adventure to write and record as it is to listen to, and I have to thank Matias Kupiainen (Stratovarius) for the amazing solo he gave us, it ended up truly being the cherry on the cake."
 
Joviac has gone forward leaps and bounds on their sophomore effort, titled "Here And Now". The album was written and recorded in a year, and the resulting seven songs truly represent the amount of growth and musical evolution that the band has gone through.

 The drums were recorded at the pristine Electric Fox Studios in Jyväskylä and the album was mastered by Teemu Liekkala (Red Eleven) and mixed by Janne Korpela.  

WATCH music video for first single Straws: https://youtu.be/74szjFyLMmw
 
PRE-ORDER Here And Now CD: http://bit.ly/2spvsQr 
PRE-SAVE Here And Now album to your Spotify playlist: http://bit.ly/30lAZUW
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Tracklist:


1. Intro
2. Straws
3. Black Mirror
4. Here And Now
5. Decay
6. Crossfire
7. Fade Into The Light

 

Cover art by: Dylan Jones

 

Line-up:

 

Viljami Wenttola - Vocals, Guitars, Synths
Antti Varjanne - Bass
Rudy Fabritius - Drums

 

 

 

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