Quo Vadis
Mar 26th 2009 Maurice Andary Band/Album Reviews

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The legend does exist! One of the most talented bands around, the Canadian band Quo Vadis breaks its way to the top.

Quo Vadis is a technical/melodic death metal band from Montreal, Canada. The band’s career started with their first album titled “Forever” in 1996, the band’s line-up for the album Forever consisted of Bart Frydrychowicz as lead guitarist, Yanic Bercier as drummer, Arie Itman as the band’s second vocalist/rhythm guitarist and at the same time violinist, and bassist Rémy Beauchamp. Quo Vadis released their second album “Day into night” in the year 2000 and their third album “Passage into time” in 2001; both albums were released with the same band line-up.

In 2003 Quo Vadis’s line-up witnessed a critical changing when Arie Itman (vocals/guitar) and Rémy Beauchamp (bass) left the band. However, the band’s career didn’t end. New members Stéphane Paré (vocals), William Seghers (guitar), Dominic Lapoint (bass) and Roxanne Constantin (keyboard) joined the band. The band’s line-up wasn’t complete until the legendary fretless bassist Steve DiGiorgio joined the band!!!

DiGiorgio is one of the most talented bassists in the world, not to mention that he is a former member of the metal bands: Testament, Sebastian Bach & Friends, Death, Vintersorg, Sadus, Autopsy, Iced Earth, Dragonlord and Control Denied (whoa!!).

With a new combination of “metal monsters” Quo Vadis released their best metal album yet titled “Defiant imagination” in 2004. The single “Silence calls the storm” from this album was one of the most successful metal songs worldwide and increased Quo Vadis’s popularity.

After their success in the international metal scene, Quo Vadis released their DVD “Defiant Indoctrination” in 2005. The DVD contains various songs of the band’s albums as well as all the singles of their album “Defiant Imagination”.

In 2008 and after their concert in Montreal the band’s drummer and vocalist declared their will to leave the band which caused a changing in the band’s line-up. However Quo Vadis did not stop their performance, in fact a new album is expected to be released in 2009 with a new line-up for the band.

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  • Charbel Salem


  • Woo Scary people 😛

  • Jaybodom

    I love this band … specially Silence Calls the Storm
    Damn it’s hard to play 😛

  • hehe i agree with u Jay

  • Vrej

    Love the articale Mau, and silence calls the storm KICKS ASS! \^^/

  • Jaybodom

    dude on guitar pro … bi solo hal ghenye … byousalo lal fret 26:P:P … w kamen fya ktiir hard riffs … ma 3refet de2 shi fya:P:P

  • lol download version 2 from ultimate-guitar
    the part i can’t play is from 45 to 52 (on guitar pro) i keep rehearsing on that part but i decrease the tempo…eno increase it slightly each time u make a progress 😛
    btw the solos aren’t so hard..i can’t play Sheger’s solo cuz i’m still a newbie but Bart’s solo mano meshkle 😛

  • nice article maurice bass we are waiting for u to post about the polish band 😛 (patrik and I)

  • bro akid enno el swar are from the same band?? cz kess ekhta ma 7adan byechbah el tene

  • DMH

    Quo Vadis is one of my favorite bands. But i would like to point out that the 2nd picture is a Cryptopsy pic.
    Thank you.

  • Patrick

    You’re right DMH , it’s our fault since we were fixing stuff in the database and stuff got mixed up , sorry about that.

  • Roy Naufal

    best band!