E-FORCE, the Montreal-based band featuring former VOIVOD bassist/vocalist Eric Forrest, guitarist Bryan Donahue (formerly of HOMICIDE) and guitarist/drum programmer Dan Lauzon (formerly of ENTROPY), have completed work on their debut album, "Evil Forces", due on October 20 through France's Season Of Mist Records (MAYHEM, NECROPHAGIA, AGRESSOR, CARPATHIAN FOREST).
"Evil Forces" was recorded at Wild Studio in St-Zenon, Quebec, Canada with producer Pierre Rémillard (CRYPTOPSY, KATAKLYSM, GORGUTS, KRISIUN), and contains the following track listing:
01. Evil Forces
02. Satanic Rituals
04. Forest Of The Impaled
05. Germ Warfare
08. Crypto Spuridium
11. Global Warning
According to Forrest, "The band has been growing a lot, as our songwriting, direction is more focused [than was the case with our] early material. The new tunes and direction is faster and heavier from previous tracks. Fans of [my work on VOIVOD's] 'Negatron' and 'Phobos' [albums] will not be disappointed. I can guarantee it!"
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