QUO VADIS: New Song Posted Online

Canadian progressive tech-death metallers QUO VADIS have posted an "updated version" of "Obitus", one of the new songs the band has been working on for its next album, on their MySpace page.

"Obitus" was recorded and mixed at 40 West Studio by QUO VADIS guitarist Bart Frydryhowicz and was mastered by Maor Appelbaum.

QUO VADIS' current lineup includes the band's latest additions — vocalist Matthew Sweeney (SYMBOLIC), bassist Roxanne Constantin (NEGATIVA, ROSTRUM, AVEN AURA) and drummer Patrice Hamelin (MARTYR).

Roxanne has a B.A. in piano performance from the Montreal Conservatory of Music. Prior to taking the bassist position, she contributed keyboards and vocals to QUO VADIS as well as help with choirs and different live shows. In the months leading up to the concerts, Roxanne underwent a strenuous practice regimen of up to 10 hours a day dedicated to music.

"She is one of the best musicians QUO VADIS has ever had the opportunity to work with. Roxanne has also been strongly involved supporting the band since 2002 so it was a natural fit," QUO VADIS guitarist Bart Frydryhowicz previously said.

QUO VADIS in 2007 issued the "Live in Montreal" CD containing the audio portion of its previously released DVD concert. Two years earlier, the band released a triple-DVD, entitled "Defiant Indoctrination". The set was filmed on May 7, 2005 at the Medley in Montreal. QUO VADIS peformed its third album, "Defiant Imagination", in its entirety as well as songs from the band's previous releases.


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