Metal band Joviac released pro shot live studio video at the Helsinki Pop & Jazz Conservatory
Finnish progressive metal band Joviac released their second album "Here And Now" on April 3rd 2020 via Inverse Records. And now they released a studio live video from the title track.
Viljami Wenttola's comments:
"Originally we were supposed to celebrate the new album today in the form of a record release show at YO-Talo here in Tampere, Finland, but we were forced to reschedule the gig for September 18th. There's a silver lining here though, because today we are excited to offer you the next best thing: Joviac's first pro shot live performance video!
This past February we were presented with an opportunity to shoot and record a live studio video at the Helsinki Pop&Jazz Conservatory. We chose the song "Here And Now" because it's a very good representation of who we are musically at the moment, it's also the same reason why it's the title track of our new album. So sit back, check it out and we hope to see you in person when social distancing is over!"
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.
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News story provided by Inverse Records