Former VOIVOD Frontman ERIC FORREST Discusses New E-FORCE Lineup, Upcoming Album

Former VOIVOD Frontman ERIC FORREST Discusses New E-FORCE Lineup, Upcoming Album

Former VOIVOD and current E-FORCE frontman Eric Forrest was interviewed prior to E-FORCE's October 26 concert in Manosque, France. You can now watch the chat below.

E-FORCE is putting the finishing touches on its third album, entitled "The Curse Of The C**t". Tentatively due in early 2014, the CD's lyrical concept will attempt to explain "the power of women and what some guys (and some women) will do to get a piece of the action," according to Eric. He added, "I don t think man has changed in, say, the last 2,000 years. Say from Jesus Christ hanging with hookers to the Cleopatra/Caesar time to the modern-day dilemma of Tiger Woods, for example. The list goes on." Songtitles set to appear on the album include "Mass Deception", "The Curse Of The C**t" and "Nature Of The Bitch".

E-FORCE released its sophomore album, "Modified Poison", in February 2008 via France's Thundering Records. The CD, which was recorded at a studio in Toulouse, France with producer Patrick Freidrich, includes collaborations with Colin-Tocquaine as well as Tim and Kevin Guttierez of PROJECT: FAILING FLESH. Moreover, Eric decided to re-record/cover a song from the unreleased VOIVOD 2001 demo as a tribute to late VOIVOD guitarist Denis "Piggy" D'Amour.

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

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