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Harmonic Generator

Effective period / Period of releases: 2014

A heavy rock band from Southern France, Harmonic Generator, first started to rock with their first EP released in 2008 highly popular on the internet. A hundred gigs later, the band took it to another level with “When the Sun Goes Down” composed and recorded in Melbourne's Thirty Mill Studios (Australia), produced by Mark Opitz and Colin Wynne. Released in 2013 through Lungata Records (Australia) the album was re-released by Sonic Revolution (Germany) in 2014 across Europe. The release gave place to two successful European tours, supporting Girlschool and Jeff Scott Soto, furthering the bands international potential. Harmonic Generator had already toured Australia twice and the UK once with Blue Tongue Management.

This five-piece band consists of Renaud Satre (guitar), Nicolas Helinger (bass), Charles Roussel (guitar), Alex Roussel (drums) and Quentin Barthès-Villegas (vocals) and together they produce a mightily efficient rock. Laden with incisive riffs, strong grooves, catchy harmonized vocals the band's music is delivered with the synergy of lifetime friends who have learnt their craft together.

Harmonic Generator thrives on stage in the true sense of the bands' that influenced their lives: Aerosmith, AC/DC, The Datsuns, Foo Fighters, Velvet Revolver, Alice Cooper, Led Zeppelin and the likes. Still a young band, They pack the experience of 300 gigs in 9 countries, 2 full albums and 5 EP's released worldwide. The last 4 EP's where recorded in a project to test the grounds of the individual band members different influences ‘Heart, Flesh, Skull, and Bones’. The concept, a 4 EPs collection forming one whole album that evolved with the band's songwriting skills. Recorded in Marseille by Julien Liphard and mixed by Logan Mader (Gojira, Dagoba…), this project is an immersion in the band’s universe through its different facets.

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