News•October 2, 2020 7:12 PM ET•1,051 views
Voivod announce new live album
Official press release: Canadian progressive sci-fi metal innovators Voivod return with a much overdue new live release entitled Lost Machine - Live. The album was recorded in Québec City during the worldwide touring cycle for the band's latest studio album The Wake and will be released on November 27th, 2020 worldwide via Century Media Records. To celebrate the launch of the live release's pre-order, the band has released their first single and video for "The Lost Machine" today. The clip features audio recorded in Québec City (July 13, 2019), the video was filmed in Montréal (June 30, 2019) and the material was processed in Morgöth (2020). The video was directed and produced by Felipe Belalcazar (Mental Pictures). Check out the "The Lost Machine" here: "Here it is at last, the first single and video from our upcoming release 'Lost Machine - Live'. The footage used in this clip comes from a hometown show in Montreal in the summer of 2019, and the audio is from a show in Québec City two weeks later, where we recorded the entire live album. We were obviously excited to play in our province of Québec, in front of families and friends, as documented in this rendition of the song 'The Lost Machine'. The video is directed by Felipe Belalcazar, who is also working on a Voivod documentary. I did the art on the road across the globe last year, and it was animated by Jaan Silmberg. More to come soon, enjoy," states Voivod's drummer Michel "Away" Langevin about the release. Lost Machine - Live album consists of 13 tracks in 74 packed minutes of playing time by one of the best live-acts in this day and age. The tracklist can be found below: Lost Machine - Live track listing: 01. Post Society 02. Psychic Vacuum 03. Obsolete Beings 04. The Prow 05. Iconspiracy 06. Into My Hypercube 07. The End Of Dormancy 08. Overreaction 09. Always Moving 10. Fall 11. The Lost Machine 12. Astronomy Domine 13. Voivod
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