Montreal Assault

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Montreal Assault
DI — Montreal Assault DVD.jpg
Video by Despised Icon
Released January 27, 2009
Recorded Montreal
Genre Deathcore
Length 93:01
Label Century Media
Director Yannick St-Amand
Producer Yannick St-Amand, David Brodsky
Despised Icon chronology
The Ills of Modern Man
(2007)
Montreal Assault
(2009)
Day of Mourning
(2009)

Montreal Assault is the first and only DVD by Canadian deathcore band Despised Icon. Released January 27, 2009 through Century Media, Montreal Assault peaked at #123 on the Billboard Top Music Videos.

Creation and overview[edit]

Montreal Assault was recorded during the end of 2008. It features the band performing at a concert in their hometown, Montreal, and was filmed by Despised Icon's former guitarist Yannick St-Amand.[1] The DVD also features an hour-long documentary by Reconstructed Media that retraces the band's career, showing never-before-released footage.

Vocalist, Alexandre Erian stated "The live mix sounds so massive. It was done by none other than our former guitarist Yannick St-Amand. You can even listen to it in 5.1 Surround. Our buddy Felix also created some of his sickest artwork yet. The shooting and editing of the show went awesome. David Brodsky and his team captured tons of adrenaline-packed moments."[2]

DVD track listing[edit]

  1. "The Sunset Will Never Charm Us"
  2. "Furtive Monologue"
  3. "Sheltered Reminiscence"
  4. "Retina / Harvesting the Deceased"
  5. "Compelled to Copulate"
  6. "The Ills of Modern Man"
  7. "Immaculate"
  8. "A Fractured Hand"
  9. "Warm Blooded"
  10. "Bulletproof Scales"
  11. "In the Arms of Perdition"
  12. "Fainted Blue Ornaments"

Personnel[edit]

Despised Icon
  • Alexandre Erian – lead vocals
  • Steve Marois – lead vocals
  • Sebastien Piché – bass
  • Eric Jarrin – guitars
  • Al Glassman – guitars
  • Alexandre Pelletier – drums
Production
  • Camera operating and Editing by David Brodsky
  • Sound production by Yannick St-Amand
  • Cover artwork by Felix Rancourt

References[edit]

  1. ^ Montreal Assault at Roadrunner Records/Blbbermouth.net
  2. ^ Montreal Assault at Roadrunner Records/Blbbermouth.net