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Jean-Yves Theriault Bio

Jean-Yves Thériault (Blacky) is the former bassist for Canadian thrash/progressive metal band Voivod. He co-founded the band and appeared on the first six albums – War and Pain, Rrröööaaarrr, Killing Technology, Dimension Hatross, Nothingface, and Angel Rat. He departed the group in 1991 for personal reasons, and went on to co-found The Holy Body Tattoo Dance Society from 1992 to 1999. He composed, produced and engineered the scores for "White Riot", "L'Orage", "Poetry & Apocalypse", and "Our Brief Eternity".

In 1997 he released The Electronic Voice Phenomena CD with Mark Spybey and established the X-voto Recording label.

Thériault made a guest appearance in Brain Scan, a Voivod cover on the latest Martyr album Feeding the Abscess and performed it live at the release concert at the Montreal Medley in 2006. Thériault co-produced the Negativa self-titled three-song EP with Pierre Rémillard at Wild Studio in St-Zenon, Quebec.

Thériault returned to Voivod in 2008, after releasing a statement on August 26, 2008 regarding his involvement with the band.

Thériault continues to create electroacoustic music. His collaboration Hiatus, created with Australian artist Matt Warren, was presented in conjunction with the photographic work of artists Lena Stuart and Sally Rees at the Richmond, Virginia, InLight Festival on September 5, 2008 .

Thériault composed, produced, recorded and edited the Voivod's 2013 album Target Earth. On July 10, 2014, it was announced that he was forced out of the band, for months he requested meetings regarding the band business and artistic affairs, but was denied such talks by the other members.

Thériault is currently working with Monica Emond on a new artistic project called Coeur Atomique. The duo have since released two songs and video entitled, "Castle Bravo" "The Waste". Coeur Atomique first album was officially release on July 10, 2017.

Contents

  • 1 Equipment
    • 1.1 Bass guitars
    • 1.2 Amps
    • 1.3 Effects/Pedals
  • 2 Discography
  • 3 References
  • 4 External links

Equipment

Bass guitars

  • Liberatore guitar 1989, 5 strings E-A-D-G-B, dbl J-EMG:: self-custom design
  • Liberatore guitar 1987, 4 strings, dbl P-EMG:: self-custom design
  • Liberatore guitar 1986, 4 strings Kahler tremolo, dbl P-Dimarzio:: self-custom design
  • Fender Precision Bass 1972, 4 strings original (no mod)

Amps

1986-1988

  • 2 Marshall JCM 800 Head with FX mod by Rick Onslow [1]
  • 2 EV Custom 4x15in speaker cabinets

1989-1991

  • 1 Marshall Serie 9000 PreAmp
  • Crown MicroTech 1200 Head
  • 2 EV Custom 4x15in speaker cabinets

2008 to present

  • 2 Marshall Serie 9000 PreAmp
  • 1 Acoustic 270 Head
  • 1 Gallien-Krueger 800RB Head
  • 2 Ampeg SVT-810E cabs

Effects/Pedals

  • Yamaha SPX-90 II
  • Ibanez DM-1000 Digital Delay

Discography

Coeur Atomique:

  • Landscape of Emergency I 2017 (Coeur Atomique)

Online Free Release:

  • Castle Bravo 2015 (Coeur Atomique)
  • The Waste 2015 (Coeur Atomique)

Voivod albums:

  • War & Pain 1984 (Metal Blade Records)
  • Rrröööaaarrr 1986 (Noise Records)
  • Killing Technology 1987 (Noise Records)
  • Dimension Hatröss 1988 (Noise Records)
  • Nothingface 1989 (Mechanic / MCA Records)
  • Angel Rat 1991 (Mechanic / MCA Records)
  • Target Earth 2013 (Century Media Records)

Jean-Yves Thériault albums:

  • Poetry and Apocalypse 1994 (xVoto Recording)
  • Our Brief Eternity 1997 (xVoto Recording)

Collaboration albums:

  • Spybey:Theriault 1997 (Ichor Recordings)

External links

  • Coeur Atomique Website
  • Website
  • Voivod Fan Site

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