Catuvolcus - Biography

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Catuvolcus was a Canadian Metal band hailing from Warwick, Quebec.

The four piece, formed in 2007 featured Pierre-Alexandre Plessix, Maxime Côté, Etienne Gallo and Dominic Forest Lapointe.

The entity's influences and texts are deeply rooted in historical themes that drastically differ from their genre counterparts'. The History of the Gaul empire is redrawn, revisited and sung once again.

A leap back to a culture, a bygone era, revived through texts interpreted in French that creates the perfect balance between festive hymns and aggressive anthems.

Music steeped in history, that's it ! We play Metal, that's all !

On February 26th 2013, Plessix announced the end of the Catuvolcus' era. Vocalist Pierre-Aleksandr Plessix of Catuvolcus has checked in with the following statement about the band calling it quits:

"Catuvolcus is no more. As of the 26th of February 2013, Catuvolcus has returned into ashes and dust. Our music will remain available through both Deathbound Records and Hymnes d'Antan as well as other labels/distributors across the world