Regenerator are reknown for the beautiful and shimmering contrasts in their work where love and hate struggle, where male and female vocals intermingle, and where melody and energy become one. Since 1993, Wrex Mock and Patrice Synthea have zealously dedicated themselves to composing and producing synth-based music that espouses a driving sound in which their various inspirations, electro, synth pop, goth, and new wave collide and coalesce. Striving for a modern sound while staying true to their roots, the twosome have taken influences such as Kraftwerk, Depeche Mode, Ministry, and Psychedelic Furs and fused them within their own personal style. Regenerator shirk stereotyping. Their music has a positive message, but they don't produce clean-cut pop or preachy rock. Nor do they dress the part. Further, their music reflects the wide range of emotions that we all feel. They can be angry, joyful, somber, blissful, anxious, and hopeful, even about life on a planet that is seemingly on the verge of annihilation. A musical tug-of-war defines Regenerator's sound. The interplay between Wrex's deep growls and Patrice's delicate singing parallel the duo's inherent dichotomy between aural aggression and euphony. Light meets dark, hope battles despair, jagged edges touch smooth surfaces, and the contrasts make for catchy, danceable tunes. At last, Regenerator resurfaces with their anticipated 7th full-length CD. Entitled 'Disease', the 13-track album expresses the band's concern for animal-rights and the environment focusing sharply on animal consumption and it's affect on human health through the band's electronic trademark. Also included is the sombre video for 'Terrible Love' and the old classic cover of 'Don't Fear The Reaper. Regenerator's modern passionate sound will soon be infecting your senses...