Former VOIVOD bassist/vocalist Eric Forrest's France-based E-FORCE band has secured the direct support slot to SACRIFICE for their November 21 performance at the Opera House in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Also appearing on the bill are MAXIMUM RNR (featuring former DAYGLO ABORTIONS frontman Gymbo) and SPEWGORE.
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.
E-FORCE's current lineup is as follows:
Eric Forrest (VOIVOD) - Bass, Vocals
Vincent Agar - Lead Guitar
Julian (DWAIL) - Rhythm Guitar
Alsvid (SETH, ENTHRONED) - Drums
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