Voïvod drummer Michel “Away” Langevin chats about the band’s 15th full-length album, ‘Synchro Anarchy’ (Century Media), their incredible longevity, and pivotal moments in their history.
Hey there, hosers and hoseheads! How about some Canadian metal rooted in the sounds of our colonizing Commonwealth overlords…
Detroit’s Child Bite never sits still, operationally or creatively. We recently spoke with the band’s lead singer Shawn Knight about their new album Bad Omens (Housecore Records), working with super producer Steve Albini, and the contributions of Voivod’s Daniel Mongrain.
Revocation and Voivod co-headlining North American tore through Mesa, Arizona’s Club Red with fantastic support from Psycroptic, Skeletal Remains, and Conjurer.
Out July 12th via Relapse Records, Admission is the Torche album that will finally get a criminally underrated band the recognition they sorely deserve. It makes you feel all cuddly and snug and still kicks your ass. Like a Care Bear with a bad attitude.
Death/doom supergroup, Pulchra Morte join us for the latest edition of our Stereo Six segment, detailing six classic albums that directly influenced the sweet sounds on the band’s debut release, Divina Autem Et Aniles, out now via Ceremonial Records.
Canadian progressive sci-fi metal innovators Voivod have just released the third single, “Iconspiracy”, from their upcoming album The Wake.
Montreal, Canada-based progressive sci-fi metallers Voivod, are celebrating their 35th anniversary the best way possible; by releasing new music and heading on tour!
The early punk thrash fury of ‘RRROOOAAARRR”, that was Voivod’s seminal follow-up to their now legendary debut ‘War and Pain’, gets the reissue treatment and goodies that it deserves after 3 decades of influence courtesy of BMG.
One of Voivod’s all-time fan favorites finally sees the reissue light, courtesy of BMG; and Voivod’s Killing Technology is still very much as awesome as when it first hit the scene 30 odd years ago.
Thanks to BMG, the ultimate sci-fi thrash classic in Dimension Hatross sees the light of day again, as Voivod’s masterpiece originally by NOISE Records gets a great reissue treatment.
One of the earliest of Canadian thrash pioneers, recalls some of their greatest earlier battles in Build Your Weapons: The Very Best of The Noise Years 1986-1988.