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  • CD (25 juillet 2006)
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  • Format : CD, Import
  • Label: Mis
  • ASIN : B000G7PNY0
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Par orion TOP 500 COMMENTATEURS le 9 juillet 2011
Format: CD Achat vérifié
"Katorz" est en fait le onzième album studio mais c'est effectivement le quatorzième enregistrement du groupe si l'on compte le live et les compilations. En revanche, c'est le premier album de Voivod sorti après la mort de Denis D'amour alias Piggy. Pour le coup, il est aussi le seul qui montre les membres du groupe sur la pochette et qui n'exhibe pas leur étrange personnage. Voivod a-t-il voulu montrer par là que cet album était tourné vers le côté humain des membres du groupe? D'un en particulier...

"Katorz" est un recueil de 10 titres que Piggy avait commencé à enregistrer et que les musiciens du groupe ont finalisé sans lui. On retrouve à la réalisation de cette oeuvre posthume ses deux compères de toujours: Michel Langevin à la batterie et Denis Belanger au chant et pour la seconde fois, Jason Newsted à la basse. Jason dont la basse sur un seul des titres de cet album est plus présente que sur n'importe quel album complet de Metallica sur lesquels il a joué. Regrets...
Cet album s'éloigne un peu du style Voivod (mais y a-t-il véritablement un style Voivod tant ce groupe est unique dans son approche musicale ?) Certains titres sont assez directs ("The getaway", "Odds and frauds", "The x-stream"), assez simples pourrait-on dire en comparaison des titres en général assez alambiqués du groupe. De ce fait, il se rapproche de l'album précédent, Voivod. Entre Heavy et Punk.
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QUATORZ est un mix réussi entre le précédent album, plus stone-rock et les précédents du groupe, très novateurs. L'arrivée de Newsteed m'avait fait craindre le pire ; en fait, cet album est admirable de bout en bout. Le son vraiment porté par des musiciens en osmose et surtout une galette qui résonne encore dans ma tête après l'extintion des feux m'a emballé. Saint Pierre au paradis, a fait installé le jus, pour que Denis D'Amour puisse continuer à gratter. C'est dommage qu'il n'ai pas Internet la haut, car le son spatial de ce génie de la guitare va me manquer !
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HASH(0x9087fbc4) étoiles sur 5 Long Live Piggy 3 septembre 2006
Par Ken Pierce - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Everyone knows the phrase "with triumph comes loss", but as I listened to the most recent release by the band Voivod, I had to wonder if "with loss comes triumph" as well. The reason I bring this theory to light is due to the sad truth that the group would lose founder and riff wizard Denis "Piggy" D'Amour to colon cancer in August of 2005. Prior to his illness and throughout his treatment demos were written and worked on in hope that he would recover and the new recording could be completed and released for their fans. When this would not be a possibility anymore and Piggy succumbed to the illness and died, the band was faced with what should be done and more important - what would be right to do. Before his death, Piggy had instructed drummer Michel "Away" Langevin on the whereabouts of the demos and that he wanted this music completed and reach their fans. From there it would be far from simple, but yet it would be done and the results serve as a fitting reminder to the creative musician D'Amour was. It's an interesting album that sounds quite good especially when you take into account the means that it was recorded and what the members had available to them to do it. From the demos with Piggy's last guitar work and Jason's bass, drums were added by Michel while vocals were hammered out by "Snake" Belanger in his home. It is not the typical album creation scenario but the guys rose above it all. As you play this Hard Rock & Punk influenced album at any volume you will be hard-pressed to find any limitation to it. "Getaway" is a great opener and has a slight Motorhead vibe to which is never a bad thing and Snake has a great feel to his vocal here and on "After All" (two of my preferred tracks). An interesting observation to the recording is the tightness between bass and drums which was fantastic as while the two instruments are normally recorded together that was not possible for the demo work and found Michel figuring out the feel from the tapes. He shines through especially in how he slows down and speeds up as if he was sitting there with the other guys. The whole effort was then produced by Glen Robinson, who fans will remember from their killer album "Nothingface". Musically, I guess that "Odds & Frauds" will be one of the most popular tracks along with "Polaroid's" as the first is one of the catchiest and the latter is perhaps the trippiest of the albums music. The album as a whole is in the same direction that album and not like the early Thrash fests that the band used to deliver. Personally, I always preferred the direction that they were going with both "Nothingface" and "Angel Rat", as the group was taking experimental journeys with their music that were both interesting very creative.

This would be the bands first release on The End Records and the label would be behind them for the whole process. Voivod had a strong fan base and you either loved them or hated them, as sometimes the change was too drastic for some listeners. Despite this you could never say that they were short on creativity and that's what makes having this album worthwhile. Before he died, Piggy recorded 23 demo tracks and this recording has the first ten of them. The remaining songs will go through the same process that gave us "Katorz" and with them the world will be able to better appreciate the quality of player that Piggy was and the impact he had on many of Hard Rock and Metal's finest.
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HASH(0x9087fc18) étoiles sur 5 Katorz sits proudly among Voivod's best work 27 juillet 2006
Par Scott J. DuBar - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Let me start off by saying that not one rave review or bit of hype surrounding Katorz has been overstated in the slightest. Piggy may have left too soon, but he sure as hell left in style. The album is stunning, raw, explosive and as fresh as anything the best new bands have put out in the past year. Building on the stripped down groundwork laid out on the previous self-titled cd, it's very close to the album I've been waiting for since the Hatross/Nothingface days. I've always regarded those two ablums as my absolute favorites, and Katorz sits proudly alongside them.

I can't really give a track by track analysis at this point, but pretty much everything I love most about Piggy's sound is here. I kind of expected this cd to be mostly guitar-driven, but everyone's efforts get to shine through. Still no robot vocals from Snake, but he sounds so cool on this album that it's not much of a disapointment. I've never heard Jasonic sound this good before. He's got a great back and forth thing going on with Piggy throughout the cd and is unlike what I'm used to hearing from Voiovd. And Away...wow...I doubt anyone worked as hard he did owing to the unintentional tempo changes of Piggy's rough tracks, but the man just flows with it in such a masterful way that he makes it seem like it's effortless for him. Kudos go to producer Glen Robinson as well.

The album, of cousre, brings up some sad feelings for me as well. No doubt Piggy would have taken these great songs and polished them and pushed them even further had he been given the time. If he had, my guess is Katorz would not simply be among their best cd's - it could have been their best.
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HASH(0x9088206c) étoiles sur 5 The Last Voivod Sonic Adventure with Dennis 26 juillet 2006
Par J. H. Infante - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Katorz marks the end of an era for Voivod with the departure of Dennis Damour cornerstone of this band sound, despite it all Dennis were the constant on the Voivod Line-up even when the band called it a day time ago, a few years ago, renovated, refreshed with a new Bassist, no other than ex-Metallica Jason Newsted Voivod returned with their remarkable 13th album but things were destined to change soon.

Katorz were not quite completed by Piggy , actually many of the riffs recorded by him before his death were captured in his

laptop and using an unorthodox recording process the other members worked the rest of the material based on that recordings, the result is a complete masterpiece of progressive psychodelic and experimental metal with the sci-fi concept added this is evident in cuts like the opening "the getaway","dognation" , "Mr. Clean", the awesome "silly clons", "polaroids" and "odds & frauds".

Hard to know what will follow for the canadians but if this is the end , they did it with class.

HM
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HASH(0x90882438) étoiles sur 5 True Voivod fans only will hail this release! 21 septembre 2006
Par Rabbit - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
A huge loss to the Voivod fans and his family (R.I.P.) but Piggy truly leaves us with a release only true Voivod fans will like and appreciate. This album makes up for the last couple releases (save for Negatron) and throws you back in time when you bought "Dimension Hatross" and "Nothingface" and gives you a true Voivon album. The music is much more in the style of the aformentioned albums and Snakes vocals are back to the slimy, robotic whines like he used to and that's what makes this a return to classic Voivod. The lyrics aren't consistant with their previous sci-fi themes, more like bringing our troops back from the war, kicking people out of clubs and the spirit of heavy metal, a first for the band to pick that up. When I heard this album my blood went up and I had hairs standing up with goosebumps, which I rarely feel but when you feel that way you truly know this is a good album, from start to finish. Pick it up, play it loud and remember the great Piggy!
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HASH(0x9088251c) étoiles sur 5 Rest in Peace Flying Saucer Pilot Maestro. 17 décembre 2006
Par Church of The Flaming Sword - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Before his untimely death in August 2005 from colon cancer, Denis "Piggy" D'Amour was hard at work laying down the guitar tracks for an album in which he would not live to see completed. With Voivod having recently signed on to The End Records, one of the few labels that appreciate their unique sound, the conscientious D'Amour feared his illness would lead to disappointment for the label and his bandmates. Throughout much of his life D'Amour struggled with health problems, but this time he believed he was living in his final days. Taking his guitar and laptop to the studio, he gave everything his rapidly deteriorating health would allow.

_Katorz_, their fourteenth album, is typically different from every other Voivod release without straying away from their distinct sound. I really can't compare this very well with any of their other releases since they vary things from album to album. What _Katorz_ is in a nutshell is a great heavy metal record with equal doses of punk and progressive rock with neither being over nor underdeveloped. Denis "Snake" Belanger sings like no other singer with his anguished and robotic voice. Michel "Away" Langevin is still able to come up with some off the wall rhythms. Jason "Jasonic" Newsted, while not as good a bassist as former member Jean-Yves "Blacky" Theriault, acclimates himself nicely here. I'm not that great when it comes to speaking for other people (particularly when they are no longer alive), but I have a feeling that Piggy would be very proud.

Lyrically, the subject matter is more about everyday social and political concerns than the science fiction themes of the past. "The Getaway" shows the band expressing an anti-Operation Iraqi Freedom view. There is a bit of irony here since current Voivod bassist Newsted also played bass on Metallica's Black Album - The very same one with the pro-war anthem "Don't Tread on Me". "Mr. Clean" compares the exclusiveness of rock clubs to how society in general tries to weed out misfits. "Red My Mind" tackles the media's preoccupation with violence. "Silly Clones" deals with how people trade in their humanity and individuality for status, only to find emptiness in the end. "The X-Stream" seems to be about the daredevil adrenaline junkie culture.

Losing a guitarist with seemingly limitless talented like Piggy has to difficult, perhaps career shattering, for even the greatest of bands. Having said that, it brings me great pleasure to say that Voivod is going to start work on a new album in 2007. From what I've been able to gather, Piggy still has some leftover files from his laptop. What will happen after that, only time will tell. All I can say is good luck Denis, Michel, and Jason. You deserve it.
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