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Voivod

Released in 2003

Voivod is the tenth studio album. It is the first to feature, since 1993's The Outer Limits, returning vocalist Denis Bélanger (Snake) and their first recording with bassist Jason Newsted (Jasonic), formerly of Metallica. It was released in 2003 on Newsted's Chophouse Records label. This is also the last album Voivod completed before guitarist Denis D'Amour (Piggy) died of colon cancer in 2005.

This album is notable for gaining the band greater exposure to a younger audience. A music video was produced for "We Carry On" and received heavy rotation on MTV2's Headbangers Ball and Fuse TV's Uranium upon release. The band was also interviewed on the latter program with Newsted detailing his transition from Metallica to Voivod, a group of which he had been a longtime fan. Voivod also performed on the Second Stage of Ozzfest 2003. This had Newsted assuming bass duties for both Voivod and headlining act, Ozzy Osbourne.[8]

Tracklist

Gasmask Revival
Rebel Robot
Facing Up
We Carry On
Blame Us
Real Again?
The Multiverse
I Don't Wanna Wake Up
Les Cigares Volants
Divine Sun
Reactor
Invisible Planet
Strange and Ironic

Versions

Р.У.П.И.С.
Cassette, Album, Unofficial Release
MO303-2003
2003, Belarus
Victor
CD, Album, Enhanced, Digipak
VICP-62351
2003, Japan
Chophouse Records
CD, Album, Digipak
44015-2
2003, Europe
Chophouse Records
CD, Album, Digipak
440152
2003, Canada
Chophouse Records
CD, Album, Promo
2003, Europe
Chophouse Records
CD, Album, Unofficial Release
44015-2
2003, Russia
Chophouse Records
CD, Album, Digipak
44015-2
2003, US
Victor
CD, Album, Enhanced, Promo, Digipak
VICP-62351
2003, Japan
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