AUT'CHOSE Video Featuring VOIVOD Members Posted Online

AUT'CHOSE, the legendary '70s band from Montreal whose current lineup includes VOIVOD drummer Michel "Away" Langevin, has posted its video for the song "Bar-B-Q Lady" on YouTube. The clip, which was produced in July 2006, includes appearances by late VOIVOD guitarist Denis "Piggy" D'Amour (during the solo section), VOIVOD singer Denis "Snake" Belanger and ex-SWORD vocalist Rick Hughes.

Back in early 2005, D'Amour laid down guitar tracks for a reunion CD from AUT'CHOSE, which also featured Langevin. That album, "Chansons D'épouvante", was released in May 2005 via Disques Artic.

AUT'CHOSE's lineup in the video:

Lucien Francoeur - Vocals
Jacques Racine - Guitar
Michel "Away" Langevin (VOIVOD) - Drums
Joe Evil (GRIM SKUNK) - Keyboards
Alex Crowe (TRICKY WOO) - Guitar

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