VOIVOD's AWAY: 'I Like To Hit Flying Saucers'

VOIVOD drummer Away (a.k.a. Michel Langevin) has posted the following studio update via the Chophouse Records web site:

"I like to hit flying saucers in front of my eyes. I usually play a Ludwig set that is a reissue of an old sparkly silver drum kit from the '70's. However, for the recording of this new album, I am playing a Gretsch kit that is three times louder and more musical than all of the drums that I've ever played before. Also, I play Sabian cymbals and I use Vic Firth American Classic Extreme 5B sticks."

In other news, VOIVOD have posted another video as part of the ongoing "studio diary" via the Chophouse Records web site at this location.

VOIVOD are currently recording their new album, "The Multiverse", at The Plant studios in Sausalito, California for a tentative March 4, 2003 release through Chophouse (in association with Surfdog Records).

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