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Gorguts

Formed: 1989
From: Quebec, Canada
Last Known Status: Regrouped

Gorguts Interviews and Features

Below are our features and interviews with Gorguts.

Interview

Video Interview with Luc Lemay of Gorguts

Canada's biggest death metal export, Gorguts recently undertook one of the best extreme metal tours of 2014. Sponsored by Decibel Magazine, Gorguts joined Carcass, The Black Dahlia Murder and Noisem. After a mind-blowing set, band founder and guitar shredding extraordinaire, Luc Lemay joined me for an interview in Mohawk club's green room. In the following video interview we discuss this massive tour, the band's new drummer and the influence Death imparted upon Gorguts. Video by "The Montopolis Thrasher" Victor Guerrero (The Black Dahlia Murder plays in the background).

Rex_84: How is the tour going so far?

Luc Lemay: Amazing! Good stuff.

Rex_84: How do you like touring with these other bands? This is the first time you've toured with all of these bands, right?

Lemay: Yes. Everything is great. It's been super fun. Everybody is nice. It's perfect. I can't complain.

Rex_84: How do you feel about the difference in style for each band?

Lemay: Killer! You have Noisem who brings this grindcore aspect to the tour. You have us (unintelligible). Black Dahlia has this...(grabs a handful of air) very heavy stuff. They bring the hardcore fans. And then you have Carcass. They've been around for so long. It's perfect. There is something for everybody.

Rex_84: And Gorguts is in the middle spot on the bill. Is this the placement throughout the tour?

Lemay: Yes, we have the second spot.

Rex_84: How do you feel about playing this spot?

Lemay: It's perfect. Whatever spot, we get to play. We get to be part of this.

Rex_84: Carcass is a legendary band.

Lemay: Dude, yes! They sound awesome!

Rex_84: Was Carcass an early influence on Gorguts?

Lemay: Well (shows hesitation in response)...we always listened to their music. Did they influence our stuff? Maybe when we started, even then, I don't know because I had "Reek of Putrefaction" and "Symphonies of Sickness," but I don't think Gorguts ever sounded like Carcass. But I was always a fan. I have those records on vinyl. I have the Peel Sessions on vinyl. Do you remember those Peel Sessions?
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12 Years In The Making: Gorguts Talks New Album

Twelve years after "From Wisdom to Hate," Canada's legendary Gorguts is back to desecrate the metal scene with "Colored Sands."

The blend of technical death and avant-garde black metal that forms "Colored Sands" is out now, and in support of the release front man Luc Lemay got in touch with us to dissect the album and discuss how more than a decade of inactivity affected the band.

Read on for a complete track-by-track breakdown and in-depth look at the Tibetan lyrical themes of "Colored Sands," along with what band Luc thinks is currently killing it on the live circuit. More...

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