|Studio album by|
|Released||April 3, 1987|
|Recorded||November 27 - December 14, 1986|
|Studio||Music Lab, West Berlin, Germany|
|Genre||Thrash metal, progressive metal|
Noise International (rest of the world)
|Producer||Voivod & Harris Johns|
|Collector's Guide to Heavy Metal||7/10|
Killing Technology is the third studio album by Canadian heavy metal band Voivod. It was released in 1987 on Noise Records and was the first to combine elements of progressive rock in the band's thrash metal sound. According to interviews contemporary to the release of Killing Technology, by 1986 Voivod were more influenced by hardcore punk and crossover bands than by other metal bands, with only Kreator and Motörhead still appreciated by all band members. A music video was made for the song "Ravenous Medicine". Estimated sales are more than 60,000 copies worldwide.
All songs written by Voivod. Lyrics by Snake.
- Killing Side
- "Killing Technology" - 7:33
- "Overreaction" - 4:45
- "Tornado" - 6:02
- Ravenous Side
- "Forgotten in Space" - 6:10
- "Ravenous Medicine" - 4:33
- "Order of the Blackguards" - 4:28
- "This Is Not an Exercise" - 6:18
- Cassette and CD edition bonus tracks
- "Too Scared to Scream" - 4:14
- "Cockroaches" - 3:40
- Snake (Denis Bélanger) - vocals
- Piggy (Denis D'Amour) - guitar, mixing assistant
- Blacky (Jean-Yves Thériault) - bass, mixing assistant
- Away (Michel Langevin) - drums, artwork
- Harris Johns - producer, engineer, mixing
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