NOVEMBER GRIEF – To Live… In this World of Chaos CD
Reissue of NOVEMBER GRIEF’s cult 1995 demo “To Live… In This World of Chaos”. Remastered and available for the first time on CD!
Limited to 200 // Pre-order – released on March 8th, 2020
NOVEMBER GRIEF was a death metal band from Montreal, Canada. Initially called Mistrust, the band was founded in 1993 by Annie Lecrerc on drums, as well as vocalist Stéphanie Masson, who took over the bass duties by failing to find anyone to fill the position. The band became complete with the addition of guitarist Véronique Lambert and the trio decided to rename themselves November Grief, according to them more in line with their style. A year later they released their first demo titled “Evil-ution”, recorded in their rehearsal room, with which they began sweeping through the stages of Quebec.
A year later, the sound of November Grief got solidified with the addition of a second guitarist Chantal Levesque – who indeed brought fresh ideas and a more brutal sound, as reflected in their second demo “To Live … In this world of Chaos”. This 10-song demo was recorded in the studio “Le Mur du Son” in four days. It reached a much more professional sound thanks to the work of Jean-Francois Dagenais of KATAKLYSM, who engineered it.
After a couple of years of playing, guitarists Véronique and Chantal left the ship and entered Carole Roy. Together as a three piece, the band recorded one song for the “Awakening – Females In Extreme Music” compilation in 1997 and disbanded shortly after. Although the band never went further, they remain an important band in the history of Quebec Death Metal, and one of the first ever all-female Extreme metal bands.
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