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Outstanding live album

The best live albums do two things: (1) breath new life into familiar songs; and (2) capture the energy of a live performance. Few live metal albums do both, but this one does both extremely well. The production is one of the best I have heard on a live metal album. It really feels like you are at a Voivod show in a small venue. That excellent production also does wonders for the older material, like "Ripping Headaches," which suffered from a cheap and muddled sound when released. Even more impressive, though, is the band's treatment of prog songs like, "The Prow," "Panorama," "The Unknown Knows," and "Nothingface." For those who think the studio versions of these songs were too mellow, these will rip your face off. New guitarist Chewey has Piggy's sound down pat, and he pulls it off effortlessly. Away's drumming also sounds terrific. If you do not like Voivod, you will not like this because the sound is even more extreme. If you like Voivod, get this immediately. I rank this right up there with the best live metal albums of all time, like Motorhead's "No Sleep Til Hammersmith," and Immortal's "The Seventh Date of Blashyrk."


Formed: 1982 in Montreal, Quebec

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Voivod (singer Denis "Snake" Belanger, guitarist Denis "Piggy" d'Amour, drummer Michel "Away" Langevin, and bassist Jean-Yves "Blacky" Theriault) were one of the first thrash bands from Canada to gain popularity outside of their home country. From their beginnings in the early '80s, their main goal was to be different from anyone else, and thus they incorporated odd musical tempos and futuristic story lines into their songs, often dealing with technology taking over the world. With their unique style...
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