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Voivod was formed in 1982 in Jonquière, Quebec, Canada. Inluenced equally by the new wave of British heavy metal, the burgeoning hardcore punk scene and 1970s progressive rock, Voivod forged a distinctive brand of heavy music that often relied on lyrical themes such as Reagan-era Cold War politics, post-apocalyptic literature and science fiction. Killing Technology (1987) began the band's evolution in earnest, with the character from Voivod's album covers (drawn by drummer Away and named as "Korgull" on 1986's Rrröööaaarrr) signiicantly being depicted in a spaceship. Drawing more heavily on hardcore punk than metal inluences by this point, Voivod began evolving without the aid of increasing speed and storytelling on the following Dimension Hatross. Voivod was one of the first thrash bands from Canada to gain popularity outside of their country's borders, reaching the peak of their global popularity with the 1989 album Nothing face which featured a cover version of Pink Floyd's "Astronomy Domine".

Much of the band's sound comes from guitarist Piggy's use of dissonant chords, usually played in the high register of the guitar, used extensively on Nothingface. Albums like Dimension Hatröss are dominated by unexpected time signatures and guitarist Piggy's liberal use of dissonant, unconventional minor chords. It was this unique style that won them the Visionary award at the 2017 Progressive Music Awards and sees them play all over the world to this day, to their huge global fanbase.

Includes following 5 Albums:

  • Rrrröööaaarrr
  • Killing Technology
  • Dimension Hatröss
  • Dimension Hatröss - The Demos
  • No Speed Limit Weekend `86

Chaosmongers - DVD (Containing a mini documentary plus a previously unseen concert from 1987 and an audio recording of the legendary WWIII show from 1985.) 12" x 12", 40 page book of photography, and brand new interviews with founding member Michel `Away' Langevin. Contains a vast array of previously unseen photos from the era.

`Körgull' figurine USB drive containing MP3 audio of all the albums, including bonus tracks.

VOIVOD / FORGOTTEN IN SPACE : Vinyl Box (6LP - Splatter Vinyl + DVD + 40 Page Book + USB)

Voivod was formed in 1982 in Jonquière, Quebec, Canada. Inluenced equally by the new wave of British heavy metal, the burgeoning hardcore punk scene and 1970s progressive rock, Voivod forged a distinctive brand of heavy music that often relied on lyrical themes such as Reagan-era Cold War politics, post-apocalyptic literature and science fiction. Killing Technology (1987) began the band's evolution in earnest, with the character from Voivod's album covers (drawn by drummer Away and named as "Korgull" on 1986's Rrröööaaarrr) signiicantly being depicted in a spaceship. Drawing more heavily on hardcore punk than metal inluences by this point, Voivod began evolving without the aid of increasing speed and storytelling on the following Dimension Hatross. Voivod was one of the first thrash bands from Canada to gain popularity outside of their country's borders, reaching the peak of their global popularity with the 1989 album Nothing face which featured a cover version of Pink Floyd's "Astronomy Domine".

Much of the band's sound comes from guitarist Piggy's use of dissonant chords, usually played in the high register of the guitar, used extensively on Nothingface. Albums like Dimension Hatröss are dominated by unexpected time signatures and guitarist Piggy's liberal use of dissonant, unconventional minor chords. It was this unique style that won them the Visionary award at the 2017 Progressive Music Awards and sees them play all over the world to this day, to their huge global fanbase.

Includes following 5 Albums:

  • Rrrröööaaarrr
  • Killing Technology
  • Dimension Hatröss
  • Dimension Hatröss - The Demos
  • No Speed Limit Weekend `86

Chaosmongers - DVD (Containing a mini documentary plus a previously unseen concert from 1987 and an audio recording of the legendary WWIII show from 1985.) 12" x 12", 40 page book of photography, and brand new interviews with founding member Michel `Away' Langevin. Contains a vast array of previously unseen photos from the era.

`Körgull' figurine USB drive containing MP3 audio of all the albums, including bonus tracks.

VOIVOD / FORGOTTEN IN SPACE : Vinyl Box (6LP - Splatter Vinyl + DVD + 40 Page Book + USB)

4050538699326
Forgotten In Space
Artist: Voivod
Format: Vinyl
New: in stock $199.98
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DISC: 1

1. Korgull the Exterminator
2. Fuck Off and Die
3. Slaughter in a Grave
4. Ripping Headaches
5. Horror
6. Thrashing Rage
7. The Helldriver
8. Build Your Weapons
9. To the Death
10. Killing Technology
11. Overreaction
12. Tornado
13. Forgotten in Space
14. Ravenous Medicine
15. Order of the Blackguards
16. This Is Not An Exercise
17. Experiment
18. Tribal Convictions
19. Chaosmongers
20. Technocratic Manipulators
21. MacRosolutions to Megaproblems
22. Brain Scan
23. Psychic Vacuum
24. Cosmic Drama
25. Experiment (Dimension Hatröss Demo 1987) [2022 - Remaster]
26. Tribal Convictions (Dimension Hatröss Demo 1987) [2022 - Remaster]
27. Chaosmongers (Dimension Hatröss Demo 1987) [2022 - Remaster]
28. Technocratic Manipulators (Dimension Hatröss Demo 1987) [2022 - Remaster]
29. MacRosolutions to Megaproblems (Dimension Hatröss Demo 1987) [2022 - Remaster]
30. Brain Scan (Dimension Hatröss Demo 1987) [2022 - Remaster]
31. Psychic Vacuum (Dimension Hatröss Demo 1987) [2022 - Remaster]
32. Cosmic Drama (Dimension Hatröss Demo 1987) [2022 - Remaster]
33. Korgüll the Exterminator (Spectrum '86 - 'No Speed Limit Week-End'; Live at Montreal, October '86)
34. Ripping Headaches (Spectrum '86 - 'No Speed Limit Week-End'; Live at Montreal, October '86)
35. Blower (Spectrum '86 - 'No Speed Limit Week-End'; Live at Montreal, October '86)
36. Fuck Off and Die (Spectrum '86 - 'No Speed Limit Week-End'; Live at Montreal, October '86) ^1
37. Tornado (Spectrum '86 - 'No Speed Limit Week-End'; Live at Montreal, October '86) ^1
38. Iron Gang (Spectrum '86 - 'No Speed Limit Week-End'; Live at Montreal, October '86) ^1
39. War and Pain (Spectrum '86 - 'No Speed Limit Week-End'; Live at Montreal, October '86) ^1
40. Warriors of Ice (Spectrum '86 - 'No Speed Limit Week-End'; Live at Montreal, October '86) ^1
41. Nuclear War (Spectrum '86 - 'No Speed Limit Week-End'; Live at Montreal, October '86) ^1
42. Overreaction (Spectrum '86 - 'No Speed Limit Week-End'; Live at Montreal, October '86) ^1
43. The Helldriver (Spectrum '86 - 'No Speed Limit Week-End'; Live at Montreal, October '86) ^1
44. Ravenous Medicine (Spectrum '86 - 'No Speed Limit Week-End'; Live at Montreal, October '86) ^1
45. Voivod (Spectrum '86 - 'No Speed Limit Week-End'; Live at Montreal, October '86) ^1
46. Thrashing Rage (Spectrum '86 - 'No Speed Limit Week-End'; Live at Montreal, October '86) ^1
47. Ripping Headaches ^1
48. Voivod (Live, Jonquiere Cultural Center QC, Canada, 01/27/84; to the Death!) ^1
49. Thrashing Rage (Live, NYC, N.Y., USA - 05/05/86; First U.S. Show) ^1
50. Korgüll the Exterminator (Live, Long Beach, C.A., USA - 06/13/86) ^1
51. Ravenous Medicine (Video Shoot) ^1
52. Ravenous Medicine ^1
53. Killing Technology (Live at the Token Lounge, Westland, Mi, USA 14/05/87) ^1
54. Cockroaches (Live at Rössli Azmoos, Sargans, Switzerland 06/11/87) ^1
55. Overreaction (Live at Rex Club, Paris, France 01/12/87) ^1
56. Interview (One) ^1
57. Tribal Convictions ^1
58. Experiment (Live at the Axiom, Houston, TX, USA 10/12/88) ^1
59. Psychic Vacuum (Video Shoot) ^1
60. Psychic Vacuum ^1
61. MacRosolutions to Megaproblems (Live at Fender's Ballroom, Long Beach, Ca, USA 03/12/88) ^1
62. Chaosmongers (Live at Anthrax, Norwalk, CT, USA 09/11/88) ^1
63. Interview (Two) ^1
64. Astronomy Domine ^1
65. Overreaction (Live at Cubby Bear, Chicago - 20th Nov 1988) ^1
66. Experiment (Live at Cubby Bear, Chicago - 20th Nov 1988) ^1
67. Tribal Convictions (Live at Cubby Bear, Chicago - 20th Nov 1988) ^1
68. Chaosmongers (Live at Cubby Bear, Chicago - 20th Nov 1988) ^1
69. Ravenous Medicine (Live at Cubby Bear, Chicago - 20th Nov 1988) ^1
70. Korgüll the Exterminator (Live at Cubby Bear, Chicago - 20th Nov 1988) ^1
71. Technocratic Manipulators (Live at Cubby Bear, Chicago - 20th Nov 1988) ^1
72. MacRosolutions to Megaproblems (Live at Cubby Bear, Chicago - 20th Nov 1988) ^1
73. Nuclear War / War and Pain / Warriors of Ice / Voivod (Medley) (Live at Cubby Bear, Chicago - 20th N ^1
74. Brain Scan (Live at Cubby Bear, Chicago - 20th Nov 1988) ^1
75. Psychic Vacuum (Live at Cubby Bear, Chicago - 20th Nov 1988) ^1
76. Intro (Live at World War III Festival, Montreal - 30th Nov 1985) ^1
77. Thrashing Rage (Live at World War III Festival, Montreal - 30th Nov 1985) ^1
78. Ripping Headaches (Live at World War III Festival, Montreal - 30th Nov 1985) ^1
79. Warriors of Ice (Live at World War III Festival, Montreal - 30th Nov 1985) ^1
80. Korgüll the Exterminator (Live at World War III Festival, Montreal - 30th Nov 1985) ^1
81. Condemned to the Gallows (Live at World War III Festival, Montreal - 30th Nov 1985) ^1
82. Fuck Off and Die (Live at World War III Festival, Montreal - 30th Nov 1985) ^1
83. Nuclear War (Live at World War III Festival, Montreal - 30th Nov 1985) ^1
84. Voivod (Live at World War III Festival, Montreal - 30th Nov 1985) ^1
85. Suck Your Bone (Live at World War III Festival, Montreal - 30th Nov 1985) ^1
86. The Helldriver (Live at World War III Festival, Montreal - 30th Nov 1985) ^1
87. To the Death (Live at World War III Festival, Montreal - 30th Nov 1985)

More Info:

Voivod was formed in 1982 in Jonquière, Quebec, Canada. Inluenced equally by the new wave of British heavy metal, the burgeoning hardcore punk scene and 1970s progressive rock, Voivod forged a distinctive brand of heavy music that often relied on lyrical themes such as Reagan-era Cold War politics, post-apocalyptic literature and science fiction. Killing Technology (1987) began the band's evolution in earnest, with the character from Voivod's album covers (drawn by drummer Away and named as "Korgull" on 1986's Rrröööaaarrr) signiicantly being depicted in a spaceship. Drawing more heavily on hardcore punk than metal inluences by this point, Voivod began evolving without the aid of increasing speed and storytelling on the following Dimension Hatross. Voivod was one of the first thrash bands from Canada to gain popularity outside of their country's borders, reaching the peak of their global popularity with the 1989 album Nothing face which featured a cover version of Pink Floyd's "Astronomy Domine".

Much of the band's sound comes from guitarist Piggy's use of dissonant chords, usually played in the high register of the guitar, used extensively on Nothingface. Albums like Dimension Hatröss are dominated by unexpected time signatures and guitarist Piggy's liberal use of dissonant, unconventional minor chords. It was this unique style that won them the Visionary award at the 2017 Progressive Music Awards and sees them play all over the world to this day, to their huge global fanbase.

Includes following 5 Albums:

  • Rrrröööaaarrr
  • Killing Technology
  • Dimension Hatröss
  • Dimension Hatröss - The Demos
  • No Speed Limit Weekend `86

Chaosmongers - DVD (Containing a mini documentary plus a previously unseen concert from 1987 and an audio recording of the legendary WWIII show from 1985.) 12" x 12", 40 page book of photography, and brand new interviews with founding member Michel `Away' Langevin. Contains a vast array of previously unseen photos from the era.

`Körgull' figurine USB drive containing MP3 audio of all the albums, including bonus tracks.

VOIVOD / FORGOTTEN IN SPACE : Vinyl Box (6LP - Splatter Vinyl + DVD + 40 Page Book + USB)

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