As far as I know, Quo Vadis is done. Bart who is the only remaining member owns a studio and is a producer, Yanic is in the band Gone In April. Remy and Arie have been in a band called Jester for over 10 years but they haven't released any music in that time and only played 1 show.
Since [album artist=Quo vadis]day into night[/album] is the first I've heard of this band, it's still my favourite, but undeniably, [album artist=quo vadis]defiant imagination[/album] is damn good.
The [album artist=Quo Vadis]Live in montreal[/album] album uses the sound from the [album artist=Quo vadis]defiant indoctrination[/album] dvd - which has the concert twice (once focused on the drum work). Listened to a bit of the Polish Quo Vadis too and they're not bad, either. Is here anyone else who listens to [track artist=quo vadis]So this is christmas (war is over)[/track] whenever it's getting snowy outside?
Title? It already has a title? So far, I only know two of the new songs (from their myspace)... and the album title that came with it was "Album 2009", which is a not so cool title, considering we've been waiting so long.
Canadian one is the killer. I highly recommend the "Live In Montreal"(2007) album for a start. Not just "technical death metal" but also melodic and lasting. but yeah, i too guess they're disbanded. Alas!
New album was supposed to be out years ago, around the time Obitus came out. (The last track I know of that has been released)
Heres hoping it still happens, seriously wondering if that line-up is even going to stay the same. Bart needs to get Yanic and Stefan ba