On November 17th, The Metalluminati caught up with Canadian metal legends VOIVOD in Oakland, CA at the Fox Theater. Check out the interview below:
Voivod recently unveiled the artwork for their 13th studio album, Target Earth. The original art was once again drawn by drummer Away (Michel Langevin) and features color schemes from each one of the band's previous albums.
Due out January 21st in Europe and January 22nd in North America via Century Media Records, Target Earth was recorded at producer Pierre Rémillard's Wild Studios in Quebec and mixed by Sanford Parker (PELICAN, NACHTMYSTIUM). The album will be available as a CD, gatefold double vinyl and a limited edition deluxe box set (details on that to be announced soon).
The official tracklisting for Target Earth is as follows:
'Empathy For The Enemy'
The album brings back original bass player, Blacky (Jean Yves Thériault), marking his first recordings with the band since 1991's Angel Rat. It's also the first to feature guitarist, Chewy (Dan Mongrain), who cut his teeth playing guitar to the late Denis D'Amour's riffs and thus has matched his style to a tee. Voivod, as a full group, hadn't sat down to write a record together since 2003's self-titled album. The end result harkens back to the group's late '80s output and after 30 years together as a band, one of their best yet.
The album's first single, 'Mechanical Mind', can be heard below:
BRANT BJORK AND THE LOW DESERT PUNK BAND - “Stokely Up Now”