Voivod's Langevin Looks Back On Band's Challenges (A Top Story)
A car crash in 1998 left singer/bassist Eric Forrest seriously injured and he later tried to sue the band. They later split for a while. Those incidents, and the death of guitarist Denis 'Piggy' D'Amour in 2005, threatened to derail the band's progress.
Langevin tells Stormbringer: "There were a couple of times where Voivod didn't exist, like when we had the accident in 98 and when we split up the band in 2001, and when Piggy passed away.
"And every time we're wondering if we lost momentum, and then we get back together and our friends show up. I think right now Voivod has jumped into the 'classic thrash metal' category. We will always be invited at festivals, and we will always do club tours. So we can rely on that. We really wanna do that as long as we can." Read more and watch the full interview - here.
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