March 5th, 2013, San Francisco, California – On March 7th the first single from the new ScienceNV album will be released. Entitled “Curved Space,” the song will be featured on Last Album Before the End of Time. Last Album Before the End of Time will be the third full album from ScienceNV.
With their musical heart and homebase in San Francisco, California, ScienceNV was formed in 2005 by Larry Davis (guitar and bass guitar), David Graves (keyboards), Jim Henriques (guitar and keyboards) and Rich Kallet (drums). Davis, Graves and Kallet had been performing together under the name "The Aesthetic Condition." When Henriques (who had performed with Kallet in the 1970s) joined the group, ScienceNV was born. The name is quite a telling one. For starters all four members of the group work in the sciences. Secondly, saying the name out loud reveals both the true meaning of the acronym and their sense of humor.
ScienceNV released their debut album, Really Loud Noises in 2008. They followed that up with Pacific Circumstances in 2010. With a couple digital singles scheduled for the lead up to its release, Last Album Before the End of Time is set to hit the market in 2013. They’ve gotten great reviews for previous albums. One example includes this quote from Progressia.net for their debut disc: "The music of ScienceNV is never boring but humble and above all passionate."
At musicemissions.com Vivian Lee said, “The four minute 'Curved Space' features a progrock circus atmosphere created by all manner of electronic instruments played with seemingly effortless whimsy.” In the upcoming issue of Music Street Journal, Larry Toering says, “This one track alone conveys much confidence that listeners are into something good with these guys. There is a lot to take in on just this one example, but the complexity is anything but boring.” He continues by saying, “The track is an oustanding assortment of grooves that take you on a smooth ride the whole way. Starting off with a menacing moog, something like Jeff Beck would feature, it then goes from an ELP-ish keyboard riff into a sizzling guitar riff exchange before getting clear away from that, as not to repeat.” He also says, “This is simply a masterpiece of music with very cool synth textures to round out its cosmic infusion of styles.”
For more information you can check out ScienceNV on the web at http://www.sciencenv.com. Please contact Gary Hill at email@example.com for review copies, photos or any additional information needed. Please use the same contact information to set up interviews.