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Larva / Bio

The project was born on the 1998, by the hand of InqUesT and Blackend with the name ‘Morbid Mind’.

With an experimenter spirit and focused towards electro-industrial sounds; they auto-produce some tapes that are distributed by his circle of friendship, without major transcendency.

On the year 2003 already in solitary and with renewed forces, InqUesT, gives a new course to the project changing the name to 'Larva'). Due to the technical, social and ideological change of the formation.

Now more involved in social topics and with a more powerful/anguish sound; more noises being directed towards places, without losing an alone apex of his darkness.

In the begining of the 2006 the formation meets enriched by the contribution of two more members (M.L. and Anoxia); what provides to his compositions of major diversity, and to his direct ones of a top energy.

The first record contract arrives with ‘Diogenes Syndrome’ at Komblok Records (www.komblok.com); who distributes the album in digipack format.

At year 2008 Larva signs with Advoxya-Records (www.advoxya-records.com), for the release of 'Voces del laberinto'.
The new cd has been masterized by Jan from X-Fusion.

On december of 2008 the CD 'Voces del laberinto' is launched by Advoxya-Records.

At the end of 2009 Larva launchs through Advoxya Records the CD ‘The hated’ again mastered by X-Fusion.
Again with a great response from the scene.
After the launch, the band start a successful Tour through Mexico and part of USA, as a promotion of ‘The Hated’.
At the beginning of 2010 Larva are working in ‘Entre agujas’; a remix EP, with songs from Larva remixed by a bunch of Larva’s friends (Asseptic Room, F.Y.L., M-Virus, Tech Nomader, Extinction Front, etc)

General Info

Band Members
InqUesT - Vocals/lyrics/sequences, Anoxia - sequences/live keyboards
Artist Name
Larva
Home Page
http://www.reverbnation.com/larvasp
Genres
Other / Industrial / Goth

Contact Info

Location
Barcelona, ES

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