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Canadian outfit VIRTUAL MAX is a collaboration between the percussionists Patrice Charbonneau and Daniel Pancaldi, and with the help of guest musicians Carl Girard (bass), Eric Breton (drums) and Jeam maurice Payeur (guitars) the due created an album focusing on the percussions influence in muci in 1997 entitled "Demeter".

Pierre Dragon (drums) were added to the central core of this project later on, and participated in their second creation, the self-released EP "Nails of Ice" from 2003.

Patrice and Daniel may be more renowned for starting the firm "The Mallet Co." specializing in the creation of mallets for marimbas, xylophones and vibraphones, a firm set up as a result if their creative collaboration in Virtual Max.

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Nails Of Ice
Virtual Max Psychedelic/Space Rock

Review by pots

3 stars I saw this band a few weeks ago they were opening act for THE FLOWER KINGS and they were almost good has FK.3 guys a drummmer and 2 xylophone players and do they ever know how to play. It's all instrumental and one guy is playing with 4 sticks. You could say it's a mix between ELP - GENTLE GIANT and OZRIC TENTACLES. Lots of keyboards sound (moog, mellotron, hammond etc...) but played xylophone style (very unique). But the only problem with this cd is only 25 min of music. So for that reason I give 3 stars but it's a good addition to any rock collection because it's different.


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