8 thoughts on “ Apero - E-Force - Demonikhol (CD, Album) ”

  1. Re-mastered re-issue of the band’s latest studio album. E-FORCE is Eric Forest, known for his work with VOIVOD (Phobos, Negatron) before re-forming with long time vocalist snake. Musically, E-FORCE play Thrash Metal with a lot of VOIVOD overtones. Its catchy, original and intricate songs like “Demonikhol.
  2. Demonikhol offers up 11 tracks, and each one is a scathing beast of ferocity and hostility; in fact, everything a thrash fan wants from a thrash metal record. And just to make sure your ears are dissected, lacerated, and amputated in grisly fashion, Forrest has enlisted the talents of five guitarists to share the leads on the record, those chosen few being Sacrifice’s Rob Urbinati, Monument’s Dan Baune, .
  3. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Demonikhol - E-Force on AllMusic. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Demonikhol - E-Force on AllMusic Apero. Eric Forrest. E-Force. Amazon: 2: Grievance. Eric Forrest.
  4. Type: Full-length Release date: August 17th, Catalog ID: PRC89 Version desc.: Limited edition, Remaster Label: PRC Records Format: CD Limitation: copies.
  5. E-Force was formed in Montreal, Canada in by vocalist/bassist, Eric Forrest, upon his departure from the legendary Canadian cyber metallers Voivod. In all Eric spent seven years fronting Voivod. Joining them in early , following the departure of vocalist Denis "Snake" B&#;langer, he appeared on two studio masterpieces, Negatron and Phobos; on the live album, Voivod Lives.
  6. E-FORCE - Demonikhol (Mausoleum Records, ) Apero Grievance Double Edged Sword Invasion Debauchery The Day After Ultimatum Insidious Demonikhol State Of Delusion Last Call I play in the songs "Invasion", "Insidious", and "State Of Delusion".
  7. May 21,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - E-FORCE demonikhol - album teaser YouTube; Nuclear Assault - Pounder - Duration: Bruno Terrosa 8, views. QAPITAL | E-Force - Duration: Q.
  8. "E-Force was formed in Montreal, Canada in by vocalist/bassist, Eric Forrest, upon his departure from the legendary Canadian cyber metallers Voivod. In all Eric appeared on two studio masterpieces, Negatron and Phobos; on the live album, Voivod Lives, and on the compilation: Kronik.

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