Canadian technical metallers QUO VADIS have enlisted session bassist Steve DiGiorgio (TESTAMENT, SADUS, DEATH, CONTROL DENIED, SADUS) to lay down the bass tracks for the group's third album, tentatively due before the end of the year.
"Internationally renowned since the late 80s, Steve was in Montreal and St Zenon's Wild Studios the week of August 11th," reads an official statement from the band. "The bass tracks now complete, everyone is very happy to see all the elements for the new record falling into place. We are all honored to have Steve as the bassist for the album and we sincerely thank him for his time and effort that was put into the songs.
"With the guitar and bass sessions now behind us, the remainder of the recording, namely vocals and solos, will be concluded in the next 2 months."
Pierre Remillard, sound engineer for QUO VADIS since their debut album, "Forever", had this to say about the recording so far: "With this album QUO VADIS has reached the peak of their artistic excellence, which presents dimensions which are both technical and melodic."
Upcoming QUO VADIS tour dates:
Aug. 29 - Ottawa, ON
Aug. 30 - Amos, QC
Nov. 08 - Trois-Rivieres, QC
Nov. 09 - St-Jerome, QC
Nov. 15 - Montreal, QC
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