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Voivod Confirm Details Of New Album 'The Wake'

Wednesday, 11 July 2018 Written by Laura Johnson

Voivod have revealed details of their new album.

'The Wake', the follow up to 2013’s 'Target Earth' LP and the 2016 mini-album 'Post Society', will arrive on September 21 through Century Media Records. Discussing it, guitarist and songwriter Daniel “Chewy“ Mongrain said:

"It is with great enthusiasm and pride that we will soon share with you the fruit of two years of labour in the form of an intricate, intense and colourful journey with our new album "The Wake", expanding the boundaries of VOIVOD’s multiverse!"

Head below to check out the album's artwork and tracklist, while its first single is set to arrive on July 20.

'The Wake' tracklist:

1. Obsolete Beings
2. The End Of Dormancy
3. Orb Confusion
4. Iconspiracy
5. Spherical Perspective
6. Event Horizon
7. Always Moving
8. Sonic Mycelium

The Canadian progressive metallers will celebrate their 35th anniversary with a European tour this autumn, including UK stops in Southampton, Cardiff, Leeds, Glasgow, Manchester and London. Support comes from Bio-Cancer. Tickets are on sale now.

Voivod Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Tue October 02 2018 - SOUTHAMPTON Joiners
Wed October 03 2018 - CARDIFF Globe
Thu October 04 2018 - LEEDS Temple Of Boom
Fri October 05 2018 - GLASGOW Cathouse
Sat October 06 2018 - MANCHESTER Rebellion
Sun October 07 2018 - LONDON Underworld Camden

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