Voivod - Nothingface mp3 album
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Nothingface is the fifth studio album by Canadian metal band Voivod. It was released by Mechanic/MCA Records on October 13, 1989. The album marked a change for the band, expanding their music and exploring more progressive sounds. Several riffs are heavily influenced by Igor Stravinsky's "The Rite of Spring", specifically the centre section of "Pre-Ignition".
For the albums, see Nothingface (Nothingface album) and Nothingface (Voivod album). Background information. Gabbard left the band in 1995, due to disagreements over the heavier musical direction Nothingface was heading in. At this point Matt Holt took over singing duties. Matt Holt became a part of the band as a result of Ingredient 17 (Matt and Tommy Sickles' band) who had been recording at Chris and Bill's house in Damascus Pacifier and An Audio Guide to Everyday Atrocity (1996–99).
Although the album's roots are in progressive rock, the group knows when to lay off the virtuosic overkill and play it straight. A superb, tripped-out cover of Pink Floyd's early psychedelic masterpiece "Astronomy Domine" is the album's highlight, and its video aired numerous times on the early-'90s MTV show Headbanger's Ball, introducing many to the band for the first time.
Produced by Glen Robinson & Voïvod.
Nothingface is a music studio album recording by VOIVOD (Tech/Extreme Prog Metal/Progressive Rock) released in 1989 on cd, lp, vinyl and/or cassette. NothingFace Universal 2018.
Nothingface (Voivod album). This article refers to the album by Voivod. For the alternative metal band, see Nothingface. Studio album by Voivod. Nothingface was Voivod's most successful album to date, and their only album to enter the Billboard 200 charts, where it peaked at number 114. The album's third track, "Astronomy Domine", which is a cover of Pink Floyd, was made as a music video and received airplay on MTV's Headbangers Ball Track listing.
Nothingface is clearly a more relaxed and less tense Voivod album than its predecessors. Take the title track for a fine example; the chorus has more space and a clearer vocal hook than any of their prior material. I mean, we've gone from 'Build your weapons!!' to 'blueberry wine' in a few years. Starting out as a more typical metal band, 'Nothingface' would see Voivod inherit even more progressive trends into their music. Changes in time signature, hallucinogen-addled lyrical themes and experimental musicianship would equate to a sound quite far flung from virtually all of the other metal released in its day.
Nothingface was Voivod's most successful album to date, and their only album to enter the Billboard 200 charts, where it peaked at number 114. The album's third track, "Astronomy Domine" (a cover of Pink Floyd) was made as a music video and received airplay on MTV's Headbangers Ball . Note: Two versions of this album exist. The original version combined an intro track and "The Unknown Knows" into one track. On the other version, both tracks were separated, with the intro track being the first track, which is followed by "The Unknown Knows".
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|1||The Unknown Knows||5:53|
Written-By – Syd Barrett
|8||Into My Hypercube||5:02|
- Art Direction, Design – Ioannis
- Artwork – Away
- Bass – Jean-Yves Thériault
- Design – Steve Sinclair
- Drums – Michel Langevin
- Engineer [Assistant] – Benoit Lavallée
- Engineer [Mixing Assistant] – Rob Sutton
- Executive-Producer – Steve Sinclair
- Guitar – Denis D'Amour
- Lyrics By – Snake (tracks: A1, A2, A4 to B5)
- Music By – Away (tracks: A1, A2, A4 to B5), Blacky (tracks: A1, A2, A4 to B5), Piggy (tracks: A1, A2, A4 to B5)
- Photography By [Band] – Elisa Casas
- Producer, Engineer, Mixed By – Glen Robinson
- Vocals – Denis Belanger
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 0 76732-6326-2 8
- Matrix / Runout: 5 MCD 6326-2 SRC+02
|N 0142-1||Voïvod||Nothingface (LP, Album)||Noise International||N 0142-1||Germany||1989|
|MASS CD 1446 DG||Voivod*||Nothingface (CD, Album, Ltd, Num, RE, RM, Dig)||Metal Mind Productions||MASS CD 1446 DG||Europe||2011|
|MCAC-6326||Voivod*||Nothingface (Cass, Album)||MCA Records, Mechanic Records||MCAC-6326||Canada||1989|
|Mechanics||Voïvod||Nothingface (Acetate, LP, Album, Wro)||MCA Records||Mechanics||USA, Canada & Europe||1989|
|MCAD-6326||Voivod*||Nothingface (CD, Album)||MCA Records, Mechanic Records||MCAD-6326||US||1989|