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Voïvod – Killing Technology. Label: Noise International – N 0058. Format: Vinyl, LP, Album. Overlooked somewhat, yet it percolates as a huge metal statement in an era of hammering the E string as fast as one can, and committing ones soul to satan. Easily their best album and a twisted monolith in the golden era of thrash metal. Reply See 1 reply Notify me 7 Helpful.
Voivod's third release, Killing Technology, still has elements of the band's early extreme metal sound, but they show hints of things to come - namely, more mature and interesting songwriting. All you have to do is listen to the beginning of the appropriately titled "Tornado" to hear the young metal band grind and thrash with the best the '80s had to offer. There are several tracks that stretch past the six-minute mark (the opening title track, "Forgotten in Space," and "This Is Not an Exercise"), but Voivod knows how to hold interest during these. An interesting metal album nonetheless, one that doesn't sound too shabby years after its original release, something that's all too uncommon for the majority of metal acts from the '80s.
Killing Technology (1987) by Voivod. Labels: Noise Records. Genres: Thrash Metal, Technical Thrash Metal Members: Snake, Piggy, Blacky, Away.
Killing Technology is the third studio album by Canadian heavy metal band Voivod. It was released in 1987 on Noise Records and was the first to combine elements of progressive rock in the band's thrash metal sound. According to interviews contemporary to the release of Killing Technology, by 1986 Voivod were more influenced by hardcore punk and crossover bands than by other metal bands, with only Kreator and Motörhead still appreciated by all band members.
Listen on Apple Music. Listen on Apple Music. Killing Technology (Spectrum '87 - Recorded Live in Montreal, September '87). 2. Overreaction (Spectrum '87 - Recorded Live in Montreal, September '87). 3. Ravenous Medicine (Spectrum '87 - Recorded Live in Montreal, September '87).
This album has an average beat per minute of 148 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 100/166 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Killing Technology. 1. Killing Technology. BPM Profile Killing Technology. Album starts at 163BPM, ends at 145BPM (-18), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Voivod.
All rights reserved to Voivod Para descargar este album visita nuestro blogspot, To download this album go to our blogspot : metallionmx. Technology is the only thing we should fear, they make it seem. And I love how their entire theme is all about technology. I freaking love it! Andy Lane2 месяца назад.
|A2||Too Scared To Scream||4:14|
|A3||Forgotten In Space||6:10|
|A5||Order Of The Blackguards||4:28|
|B8||This Is Not An Exercise||6:18|
NotesSongs are listed sequentially over the sides.
The order of songs is different than on official issues. Initial cassette or vinyl versions had only 7 tracks.
Songs: "Too Scared To Scream" and "Cockroaches" appeared on some leter cassette pressings but with "Too Scared To Scream" omitted.
Album included 9 tracks originally released on 1988.
MG Records releases with the same cat. number but different artwork or year of pressing appear.
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|N 0058||Voïvod||Killing Technology (LP, Album)||Noise International||N 0058||Germany||1987|
|N 0058-3||Voivod*||Killing Technology (CD, Album, RP)||Noise||N 0058-3||Germany||Unknown|
|88561-8147-4, 8147-4||Voïvod||Killing Technology (Cass, Album, Promo)||Combat, Noise International, Combat, Noise International||88561-8147-4, 8147-4||US||1987|
|88561-8147-2||Voïvod||Killing Technology (CD, Album)||Combat||88561-8147-2||US||1987|
|35181-25||Voïvod||Killing Technology (LP, Album)||Vap||35181-25||Japan||1987|