Tag: Voivod

Last Rites’ Top EPs Of 2016 – The Best Briefly Bashing Bonanzas

When writing up our favorite EPs of last year, I dubbed 2015 as “The Year of the EP.” It wasn’t a claim supported by deep historical research or context, but just a quick observation about

Voivod – Post Society Review

My first full Voivod immersion occurred in 1988. At the time, a more undecayed version of me used to scrape up just enough money to be able to afford two cassettes at the local record

80s Essentials – Volume Five

Welcome to the halfway point, volume five in our list of The Most Essential Albums of the Eighties. Previous volumes can be accessed here. This week’s edition features a host of menacing characters. To start

Zach Duvall’s Top 10 Of 2013 – Enjoying Joyful Noise

Personally and professionally, 2013 was an odd, sometimes turbulent year for me. So, The Great Support Structure that is music was really needed and my listening habits reflected that. While I am always in search

Last Rites’ Best Of 2013 – Combined Staff List

This is the end of the line. Well, not really. There’s still a full two weeks left in the year, and you’re still bracket-busting your way towards crowning a Metal Madness 2013 tournament champion. But as

A Devil’s Dozen – Voivod

Voivod answers to no trend, and over the past thirty years, they have always looked different on the metal landscape. For a multitude of reasons, the band continues to be most worthy of exploration. Gonzo

Voivod – Target Earth Review

Originally written by Matt Longo Every Voivod album is a career-defining event — each with its own aura of life and death, tribulations and triumph, exploration and evolution. Considering my penchant for the weird, I

Voivod – Warriors Of Ice Review

Originally written by Sasha Horn With a setlist made up of primarily pre-90s Voivod, it’s hard not to get sentimental. So it’s off to the elementary school daze for a momentary lapse… Summer vacation 1988, Chicago, 90º