LES ÉKORCHÉS Featuring VOIVOD, B.A.R.F., GHOULUNATICS Members: New Concert Photos Available

CKRL 89.1FM metal radio show "Démentièllement Vôtre" has posted a number of live photos of LES ÉKORCHÉS — the new Montréal, Québec, Canada-based project featuring vocalist Marc Vaillancourt from B.A.R.F., drummer Michel "Away" Langevin from VOIVOD, guitarist Pat Gordon from GHOULUNATICS and cellist Philippe Mius d'Entremont from MARUKA — performing on April 13, 2007, at Cegep Limoilou in Quebec City. Check them out at this location.

LES ÉKORCHÉS' self-titld debut album was released on February 27 via Indica Records. The all-acoustic CD, which is described as a mix of "old-school hardcore and some metal riffs," was produced by Glen Robinson, who previously worked with VOIVOD on the "Nothingface" and "Katorz" albums.

For more information, including audio samples, visit the band's MySpace page.


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