E-FORCE: 'Modified Poison' Album Tracks Available For Streaming

E-FORCE, the band featuring former VOIVOD bassist/vocalist Eric Forrest, has uploaded three unmastered tracks from its upcoming sophomore album, "Modified Poison", on the group's official MySpace page. Check out the songs "Deviation", "Modified Poison" and "Agent 99" at this location.

E-FORCE's new CD, which was recorded at a studio in Toulouse, France with producer Patrick Freidrich, is expected to include collaborations with Alex Colin-Tocquaine of AGRESSOR as well as Tim and Kevin Guttierez of PROJECT: FAILING FLESH. Moreover, Eric has decided to re-record/cover a song from the unreleased VOIVOD 2001 demo as a tribute to late VOIVOD guitarist Denis "Piggy" D'Amour. The album is tenatively due later in the year via France's Thundering Records.

E-FORCE's debut album, "Evil Forces", was released in October 2003 via Season Of Mist Records.


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