Nick D’Virgilio Mystery

Steve GagnéSteve Gagné has left Mystery to “persue a new personal career and challenge”.

Gagné originally joined the band in 1997 for the recording of the Destiny album.  

However life goes on and Unicorn Digital inform us that the drums for the new Mystery album, working title “The World Is A Game”, will be recorded by Nick D’Virgilio… 

Nick D'VirgilioMystery is preparing a new album. All drums tracks have been recorded at Chemical Sound in Toronto, Ontario with well known progressive rock drummer Nick D’Virgilio.

Nick D’Virgilio is an American drummer and multi-instrumentalist musician, often referred to as NDV, best known as a member of the progressive rock band Spock’s Beard. He was also one of two drummers chosen to replace Phil Collins in Genesis on the Calling All Stations album. He has also done session work with many artists including Tears for Fears and Big Big Train.

Benoit David is currently at illusion studio with Michel St-Pere to record all vocal tracks before Benoit returns with YES at the end of October for their up coming European tour.

Great bassist and long time mystery friend Antoine Farard (Spaced Out), who just released his first solo album Solus Operandi will be recording bass fo the new Mystery album in his London studio, UK in October

The new album with the working title “The World is a Game” will be mixed in November and ready for release early 2012.

Once again produced by Michel St-Pere, the follow up to the best selling Unicorn Digital release of all time, One Among the Living (2010) will be released early 2012

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