Musical visionary Jonathan Chunglo (DARKENED DREAMS, RED TEAR MEMORY) and Antony Hämäläinen (NIGHTRAGE, SLAVES FOR SCORES, BURN YOUR HALO) are collaborating on a new Arizona-based progressive melodic death and black metal band called NERVOSIA. The group's musical style is described as "a blending of different genres but keeping a consistent theme throughout...METAL! Influences range from anything of classical contemporary origins to the most extreme of death and black metal and everything in between."

NERVOSIA, which features additional contributions from VEHEMENCE guitarist Jacob Green, is currently recording its debut EP, "The Plague Of Humanity", at Arcane Digital Recording studio (EXHUMED, PHOBIA, LANDMINE MARATHON). Songtitles set to appear on the effort are "Redemption" and "Apathy's Throne".

For more information, visit the NERVOSIA Facebook page.


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