While work is underway for Canadian progressive sci-fi metal innovators VOIVOD's next studio album, expected for 2017, the band has announced its next split seven-inch EP release, following up the most recent ones with labelmates AT THE GATES and NAPALM DEATH.
In the light of the next European tour pairing, VOIVOD is this time teaming up with ENTOMBED A.D. for a limited-edition split seven-inch EP, featuring their track "Fall" off the "Post Society" EP, which is so far unreleased on vinyl. The release will happen with the start of the tour on October 28, so watch out for further details soon.
VOIVOD continues to tour in support of "Post Society" and has started a first of two comprehensive runs across Europe this week. Their current trip sees the band headlining clubs hows and appearing at selected festivals, while their return in October/November will have them paired up with ENTOMBED A.D. for even more shows.
2013's "Target Earth", VOIVOD's first album of new material written without Piggy's left-over riffs, was almost universally hailed it as a triumphant return to form, a return to the "classic" VOIVOD sound, and the best thing they'd done in years.
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