VOIVOD To Revisit 'Nothingface' Era On Upcoming Album

According to a Chophouse Records newsletter, there are approximately 25 songs in progress for the next VOIVOD album. Guitarist Piggy "is churning up evil with some very metal riffage and leading the way as we are charting our course of execution for the months ahead.

"As of now, [VOIVOD] plan to return to the same rooms with the same helmsman of the 'Nothingface' era. (Translation: Away, Snake, Piggy, and Jasonic [a.k.a. former METALLICA bassist Jason Newsted] make some serious new Voivodian noise in Montreal with Glen Robinson producing.) This is our dream, this is our quest.

"So, as the world spins faster everyday, we will make our music, our way, when everything aligns. In time, the VOIVOD again will rise! Listen closely for the cries...in 2005..."


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