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Friday, May 22, 2020

Voivod - "The End Of Dormancy (ft. Metal Section)" [Metal & X-Core]

The End Of Dormancy (ft. Metal Section)

"The End Of Dormancy (ft. Metal Section)" music video by Voivod
Added: 22-05-2020
Genre : Metal & X-Core
Description : VOIVOD - The End Of Dormancy (Metal Section) (OFFICIAL VIDEO)

Taken from the EP "The End Of Dormancy", out July 10th, 2020. 

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Voivod are:
Denis “Snake” Belanger – Vocals
Daniel “Chewy” Mongrain – Guitar
Dominic “Rocky” Laroche – Bass
Michel “Away” Langevin – Drums

Metal Section:
Trumpet I: Dominic Léveillé
Trumpet II: Maxime St-Pierre
Tenor Sax: François D'Amours
Tenor Trombone: Renaud Gratton
Bass Trombone: Jean-Sébastien Vachon
Arrangement: Daniel “Chewy” Mongrain

Voïvod - Song: The End of Dormancy (Metal Section)
Words and Music by Voïvod (SOCAN)
Published by Piggy Was Here/Peer Music

Produced by Voïvod
Recorded and Mixed by Francis Perron
Mastering: Yannick St-Amand

Video Credits:
Producer: Igor Simonnet
Screenwriter: Snake (loosely inspired by the documentary movie The Creeping Garden)
Director, editor & VFX: Syl Disjonk
Production manager: Philippe Michon

Director of photography: Luc Desjardins
Chief lighting technician: Frank Appache
Special effects artist: ?Éric Thivierge
Praying mantis suit: Véronique Poirier
Special effects makeup: ?Éric Thivierge & Marie-Pier Thibault
Makeup: Marie-Pier Thibault

Commander-in-chief: Raynald Lapierre
Chief scientist: Igor Simonnet
Black guard: Yoann-Karl Whissell (special guest star)
Scientist woman: Patricia Girouard Nobl
Scientist man: Jean-François Gouger
Brain scan patients: Snake, Away, Chewy, Rocky
Man in black: Philippe Michon
Praying mantis & brain scan technician: Véronique Poirier
Extraterrestrial hybrid seeress woman: Rachael Eyes
Chaosmonger technician 1: Étienne Cantin-Bellemarre
Chaosmonger technician 2: Stéphane Aubé
Futuristic soldier: Éric Thivierge
Philadelphia experimenter: Syl Disjonk

Production-assistant: Marie-Christine Blanchard
Craft: Mélanie Prévost

Shot in Montreal, Quebec, Canada at DBcom Media & Jerome Bertrand Studio

Additional slime mould footage from The Creeping Garden

Jerome Bertrand
Victor Lordachescu
Katherine Lauzon
Patrick Goyette
Leif Jensen
Francis Perron
Éric Bilodeau

Special thanks:
Patrick Hugue from Anomalist Books for the permission to use the book:
Time Loops: Precognition, Retrocausation, and the Unconscious by Eric Wargo

Lawrence Wong from Penguin Random House for the permissions to use the books:
Strange Frequencies by Peter Berbergal
Missing Time by Budd Hopkins

Jasper Sharp & Tim Grabham (The Creeping Garden movie and book)

Nicolas Boucher


Voivod 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. They created an iconoclastic sound that ranged from screaming thrash to Rush-style prog to straightforward hard rock, but every album contains their sonic DNA, evidenced by dissonant chords, odd and quickly shifting time signatures, homemade sound effects, and manic, thundering drums. After a pair of raw but rewarding offerings, they came into their own by embracing prog elements on 1987's Killing Technology and 1988's Dimension Hatröss. Their personnel has shifted over time, but their relentless quest for musical invention remained (and eventually focused on post-psychedelic metal) on later recordings such as 2018's Wake.

Tags : 2020, 20s, Voivod