QUO VADIS (CANADA)


Quo Vadis, originally comprising of Arie Itman, Bart Frydrychowicz and Yanic Bercier, first formed as a cover band back in 1992. Their musical backgrounds were wide and unique, ranging from thrash and speed metal through hard rock, power metal and classical. With the first five songs ready by the end of 1994, the band completed their line-up with the addition of Remy Beauchamp on bass (1995) and laid down tracks for their first self titled demo to be released later that year. With the band roster now complete, Quo Vadis began performing bigger shows, attracting attention from underground radio and North American zines. Year 1996 saw the release of the band's first full-length album. Financed by the band and engineered by Pierre Remillard, Forever "ůmanaged to accomplish something that 90% of technical Death Metal bands lack... melody." (Worm Gear) Adding Arie's violin skills to two of the songs proved not only to be a novel idea for the local Canadian scene, but also a major attraction at live shows offering an unexpected counter point to the band's adrenaline filled live performances.



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1995 DEMO

Pro printed covers and cassettes.

TRACK LISTING:
- Element of the Ensemble
- Sons of Greed
- Vital Signs
- Sans Abris
- Sadness

1995 DEMO TAPE:

DEMO FLYERS

BAND PHOTOS


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