Voïvod: D-v-o-d-1 (DVD)


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Voivod: D-v-o-d-1
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DR-4475, Music Video Distributors, Canada, 2005

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Voivod: D-v-o-d-1
DVD, Region 0
DR-4475, Music Video Distributors, Canada, 2005


1.1         -Voivod 1984    

1.2         -Ripping Headaches 1986           

1.3         -Ravenous Medicine 1987          

1.4         -Tribal Convictions 1988             

1.5         -Psychic Vaccum 1988   

1.6         -Astronomy Domine 1989          


2.1         -Blower (Montreal Spectrum 12-10-86) 

2.2         -Tribal Convictions (Montreal Spectrum 20-08-88)          

2.3         -Ravenous Medicine (Montreal Spectrum 20-08-88)       

2.4         -The Unknown Knows (Montreal Musiqueplus 1989)     

2.5         -Inner Combustion/ Missing Sequences/ Nothingface (Montreal Musiqueplus 1989)       

2.6         -Inner Combustion (Montreal Backstreet 24-05-91)        

2.7         -Freedoom (Montreal Backstreet 24-05-91)

Voïvod profile:
Formed: 1982 in Jonquière, Quebec, Canada.

Thrash metal band influenced by the NWOBHM, Hardcore and Progressive Rock. Voïvod are easily identifiable by their use of unusual time signatures, dissonant guitar chords and lyrical themes influenced by post-apocalyptic literature, cold war politics and science fiction.

Founding members Jean-Yves Thériault alias Blacky (2) (bass) and Denis Bélanger alias Snake (6) (vocals) departed the band in the early 1990s (though Bélanger would return and leave the band several times until the mid 1990s), guitarist Denis D'Amour alias Piggy and drummer Michel Langevin alias Away forged ahead with new member Eric "E-Force" Forrest on bass and vocals. Forrest departed in 2001 and Voïvod went on hiatus for a year. The band reformed in 2002 with Denis "Snake" Bélanger returning on vocals and ex-Metallica member Jason "Jasonic" Newsted performing bass duties in the studio.

Voïvod found itself on hiatus once more as guitarist Denis "Piggy" D'Amour was diagnosed with cancer of the colon, he passed away in 2005.

In 2009 the band released its twelfth studio album Infini, which features the last music written and recorded by D'Amour.

Currently, Voïvod continues to perform live with its remaining original members; Denis Bélanger, Michel Langevin and Jean-Yves Thériault and the new guitarist Dan Mongrain. In January 2013 a new album called "Target Earth" will be published by Century Media. It was announced that Jean-Yves Thériault was forced out of the band, for months he requested meetings regarding the band business and artistic affairs, but was denied such talks by the other members.


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Voïvod: D-v-o-d-1 (DVD)

Voïvod: D-v-o-d-1 (DVD)

Voivod: D-v-o-d-1
DVD, Region 0
DR-4475, Music Video Distributors, Canada, 2005

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