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Nova Collective

Nova Collective began in 2014 when bassist Dan Briggs (Between the Buried and Me, Trioscapes) and guitarist Richard Henshall (Haken) beganexchanging emails about music; before long, a few demos were fleshed out into full arrangements. Drummer Matt Lynch (Trioscapes, Cynic) andkeyboardist Pete Jones (ex. Haken) came on board shortly after to finish writing the album. The Further Side was written on both sides of the AtlanticOcean, with Briggs and Lynch in America and Henshall and Jones in England, sharing session files until the group could get together at the beginningof 2015 to rec ...read more

Nova Collective began in 2014 when bassist Dan Briggs (Between the Buried and Me, Trioscapes) and guitarist Richard Henshall (Haken) beganexchanging emails about music; before long, a few demos were fleshed out into full arrangements. Drummer Matt Lynch (Trioscapes, Cynic) andkeyboardist Pete Jones (ex. Haken) came on board shortly after to finish writing the album. The Further Side was written on both sides of the AtlanticOcean, with Briggs and Lynch in America and Henshall and Jones in England, sharing session files until the group could get together at the beginningof 2015 to record with engineer Jamie King (Between the Buried and Me, The Contortionist). Mixed by Rich Mouser (Neal Morse, Transatlantic), it isimmediately clear that The Further Side is a labor of love for all involved, and that enthusiasm shines throughout. « hide

Similar Bands: Haken, T.R.A.M., Trioscapes, Itzamna, Monobody

The Further Side
2017

3.7
37 Votes

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