|1||Into My Hypercube||5:02|
|6||The Unknown Knows||5:53|
Written-By – Syd Barrett
|N 0142-1||Voïvod||Nothingface (LP, Album)||Noise International||N 0142-1||Germany||1989|
|MASS CD 1446 DG||Voivod||Nothingface (CD, Album, Ltd, Num, RE, RM, Dig)||Metal Mind Productions||MASS CD 1446 DG||Europe||2011|
|MCAC-6326||Voivod||Nothingface (Cass, Album)||MCA Records, Mechanic Records||MCAC-6326||Canada||1989|
|Mechanics||Voïvod||Nothingface (Acetate, LP, Album, Wro)||MCA Records||Mechanics||USA, Canada & Europe||1989|
|MCAD-6326||Voivod||Nothingface (CD, Album)||MCA Records, Mechanic Records||MCAD-6326||US||1989|
- Art Direction, Design – Ioannis
- Artwork – Away
- Bass – Jean-Yves Thériault
- Design – Steve Sinclair
- Drums – Michel Langevin
- Engineer [Assistant] – Benoit Lavallée
- Engineer [Mixing Assistant] – Rob Sutton
- Executive-Producer – Steve Sinclair
- Guitar – Denis D'Amour
- Lyrics By – Snake (tracks: A1, A2, A4 to B5)
- Music By – Away (tracks: A1, A2, A4 to B5), Blacky (tracks: A1, A2, A4 to B5), Piggy (tracks: A1, A2, A4 to B5)
- Photography By [Band] – Elisa Casas
- Producer, Engineer, Mixed By – Glen Robinson
- Vocals – Denis Belanger
Recorded digitally at Victor Studio, Montreal.
Mixed digitally at Powerplay Studio, Long Island.
A4 as "Missing Sequences' on back cover but "Missing Sequence" on label.
Released Under MCA/Mechanic Label.
MCA cat. number. Mechanic on Label.
℗ © 1989 MCA Records Inc.
Manufactured by Cinram and Distributed by MCA Records Canada.
Johnny X - 2008
- Barcode: 076732632611
Nothingface is the fifth studio album by Canadian heavy metal band Voivod. It was released by MechanicMCA Records on October 13, 1989. The album marked a change for the band, expanding their music and exploring more progressive sounds. Several riffs are heavily influenced by Igor Stravinsky's The Rite of Spring, specifically the centre section of Pre-Ignition. Astronomy Domine. Syd Barrett. Probably Voivod's Best Album. Two versions of this album exist. One version combines an intro track and The Unknown Knows into one track. On the other version, both tracks are separated, with Intro being the first track and The Unknown Knows being the second. Voivod - Nothingface 1989. In Nothingface, Voivod stray away from tech-thrash, while they thoroughly emphasize on those highly inventiveoriginal prog ethics that made Dimension Hatross more and Killing Technology less masterpieces in their respective domain. In conclusion, with Nothingface Voivod wear the wings of Icarus to fly as close to their sun of inspiration and they scandalously get away with it. This album simultaneously ties and unties the Gordian knot, giving multiple beautiful headaches to those who will wish to come closer to its end dynamics and to the band, only both are pretty much like the nothing-face of the records cover. Listen free to Voivod Nothingface The Unknown Knows, Nothingface and more. 9 tracks 43:57. Voïvod - Intro. Voïvod - The Unknown Knows. Voïvod - Nothingface. Voïvod - Astronomy Domine. Voïvod - Missing Sequences. Voïvod - X-Ray Mirror. Voïvod - Inner Combustion. Nothingface Voivod album. This article refers to the album by Voivod. For the alternative metal band, see Nothingface. Nothingface is the fifth studio album by Canadian metal band Voivod. Several riffs are heavily influenced by Igor Stravinsky's The Rite of Spring, specifically the center section of Pre-Ignition. VOIVOD LYRICS. album: Nothingface 1989. The Unknown Knows 2. Nothingface 3. Astronomy Domine 4. Missing Sequences 5. X-Ray Mirror 6. Inner Combustion 7. Pre-Ignition 8. Into My Hypercube 9. The Unknown Knows. On this train Will it always rain