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Bookakee - Whorrific (2013)
Bookakee was born in 2007 at Montmorency College in Laval, just north of Montreal,Quebec, Canada.
Guitarist Simon-Pierre Gagnon started jamming with drummerSimon Ducasse in the college's recording studio. The project started to takeshape as Jerome Gosselin joined in on rythm guitar, Jonathan David on bass andsinger Bruno Fournier completed the formation.
Inspired by many different metalbands such as Opeth, Death, Cephalic Carnage, Slipknot, the band played their first show in 2008.
Soon after, they replaced the singer by 2 brothers named Tito & Gonzo who would share vocal duties as one sang lower and theother higher. That's when the band's image and concept appeared. They splashed green paint all over their clothes, started throwing inflatable dolls in the crowd, added dancing girls with masks spraying the crowd with water guns. The stage theatrics coupled with the crushing yet fun death metal songs were an instant success which prompted Bookakee to enter a battle of the bands called 'Metal Academy' in 2009.
18 bands competed over 4 months at the mythical 'CafeChaos' in Montreal with Bookakee being crowned the winners.
After recording their demo and playing a couple more shows, singer Gonzo left the band and Tito followed not too long after. They also parted ways with guitarist Jerome and that's when the band was re-born.
Singer Philippe Langelier and guitarist Mat Paré joined the formation and brought a new direction. Philippe brought in experience, having sung for many metal bands of many genres and being a former Canadian Idol participant.
Mat brought management and bookings and that's when Bookaking Productions was born.
In 2011 Bookakee released their first 6 song EP, recorded and mixed by guitarist Simon-Pierre Gagnon in his home studio.
Philippe being a visual artist, he provided all the artwork for the album and started adding full body makeup to the members' look. They started playing more and more shows, sharing the stage with such acts as Obscura, Cryptopsy, Augury,Beyond Creation, Powerglove and many more.
As they garnered more and more attention with their theatrical humoristic horror antics, the band joined another contest in 2012, this one for a spot to play on the Heavy MTL festivalin Montreal. 20 bands were selected out of the 250 who applied and Bookakee made it all the way to the finals. Even though they didn't win they were stilladded to the festival as a late replacement, playing in front of 2000 rabbid fans and sharing the stage with The Faceless, Fleshgod Apocalypse, Origin & Voivod.
In 2013, drummer Simon Ducasse quit and was replaced by Jean-Philippe Bouchard, who brought in sequences and triggers. Highly enhancing the band's performance and sound, the new drummer opened new doors of musical composition and technical improvement.
Often reffered to as Montreal's answer to Gwar, Bookakee have now played over 50 shows, always pushing the boundaries of entertainment value coupled with melodic well-crafted death metal songs. In December 2013 this band released their first full length album named ?WHORRIFIC? in ?Foufoune Électrique" at Montréal, 13 songs recorded, mixed and mastered in guitarist SP?s house.
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Quote:The first thing that struck me about Bookakee?s album ?Whorrific? (December 2013) is the concatenation of musical styles. The album consistently transitions between technical brutality, heavy, blasting riffs, and moments of calm and tranquility. Songs build listeners expectations for something and then pull them in a totally different direction. The only safe bet is expecting the unexpected. Right when you expect a song to soften, take a break, give you a moment of peace, it gets brutal?right when you think you can?t handle the brutality anymore the songs will screech to a halt and play a moment of tranquility, an almost relaxing bridge?into something even more brutal than before.
Listeners will notice immediately the technical style Bookakee employs on this album, with the use of unexpected timing, full pauses, and layered riffs structured with such complexity that songs are disorienting at times. Moments on ?Whorrific? sound almost playful.
The guitars of SP Gagnon (Lead) and Mat Paré (Rhythm) bounce between brutal, down-tuned shredding, and high-pitched playful solos. At times the guitars resemble what we might expect from Cannibal Corpse or Dying Fetus, but then turn to jazzy, rocking out, riffs recalling more melodic bands like Dream Theatre, or Opeth, and to keep listeners on our feet Bookakee also employs that high-pitched, complex tapping, melody, and guitar solos. After all this there are still the breakdowns.
The bass of Jo David is low, fast, and omnipresent. Behind the brutal distortion of the guitars there is always a fast and bouncy bass-line. The soft breakdowns on this album are swollen and bursting at the seams with Bass. There are almost too many notes, it?s amazing?yet the distortion, speed, and chaos of the guitars needs something to hold it together.
From technical breakdowns, to jazzy beats, to savage blasting, the drums of JP Bouchard foster the unity of Bookawee?s sound while adding to it an intensity of momentum that changes at times on a single note. The drums, like the other components of this album are intense in their diversity?contributing a unity to the dispersed components of the strings and vocals. They come and go from the forefront of the songs in order to bring each part of the song to their sharpest points.
Phil Langelier?s vocals are simply brutal. They range from deep gutturals to high pitched screeches, with pig squealing, and mid ranged yelling, gurgling, and screaming in between. Following the other components of ?Whorrific? the vocals are wildly unpredictable. At their softest they complement the instrumental aspects of the songs; and at their most brutal the vocals are an assault on propriety, expectations, and comfort. Part of the overbearing diversity of style on this album is the play of many vocal styles, and relations to the tracks.
Over all ?Whorrific? is a very strong album. It provides a fulfilling range and diversity in styles and components. This album succeeds at keeping listeners almost worried about what will happen next?it is through and through a masterful work of brutality and heaviness. It strikes a balance between instrumental styles and vocal styles as well as a balance between the vocals and instruments that is rare in progressive Death Metal.
Phil Langelier - Vocals
SP Gagnon - Lead Guitar
Mat Paré - Rythm Guitar
Jo David - Bass
JP Bouchard - Drums
Bookakee - Whorrific (2013)
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