Killing Technology

Voivod - Killing Technology
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1987 Ratings: #28 / 121
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A fantastic display of technical thrash metal and should be remember as one of the essential within the genre. It is loud, energetic and in your face with some great progressive elements all nicely packed with a science fiction filled soundscape for not only an impressive listen but an highly enjoyable one

Track Review

Killing Technology 9.5/10
Overreation 9/10
Tornado 9.5/10
Too Sacred to Scream 8.5/10.
Forgotten In Space 8.5/10.
Ravenous Medicine 9.5/10
Order of the Blackguards ... read more


This is where Voivod goes from great to fantastic and begins to create one of the best album runs I've heard in music. They found a theme, improved their sound over the previous album, and created an album that absolutely kicks ass all the same. In my opinion, Voivod, and Killing Technology, is among the best of thrash metal.


Officially enters my top 20 thrash. Solid throughout, this record manages to reinvent and refresh a genre in its prime time in the 80s. Every song has something different to say sonically and thematically and you can really see how it positively affects the listening experience.

This album is really a melting pot of styles and influences, from punk in the vocals to jazz and avant- Garde in some transitions and sound passages. Prog is also an essential part of the music with unconventional time ... read more

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Track List

  1. Killing Technology
  2. Overreaction
  3. Tornado
  4. Too Scared to Scream
  5. Forgotten in Space
  6. Ravenous Medicine
  7. Order of the Blackguards
  8. This Is Not an Exercise
  9. Cockroaches

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Added on: February 8, 2015