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|Godspeed You! Black Emperor|
Godspeed You! Black Emperor performing live in London, England in November 2000
|Also known as||Godspeed You Black Emperor!, GY!BE|
|Origin||Montreal, Quebec, Canada|
|Genres||Post-rock, experimental rock, instrumental rock|
|Years active||1994–2003, 2010–present|
|Associated acts||A Silver Mt. Zion, Set Fire to Flames, Fly Pan Am, HṚṢṬA, Esmerine|
|Past members||Bruce Cawdron
Godspeed You! Black Emperor (formerly punctuated Godspeed You Black Emperor! and commonly referred to as just "Godspeed", or abbreviated to GYBE or GY!BE) is a Canadian post-rock band which originated in Montreal, Quebec in 1994. They release their recordings through Constellation, an influential independent record label also located in Montreal.
After the release of their debut album in 1997, the group toured regularly from 1998 to 2002. In 2003, the band announced an indefinite hiatus in order for band members to pursue other musical interests. In the intervening period, the group was occasionally rumored to have broken up, but the band finally reconvened for a tour beginning in late 2010. In October 2012, the band released their fourth album, 'Allelujah! Don't Bend! Ascend!.
The band took its name from God Speed You! Black Emperor, a 1976 Japanese black-and-white documentary by director Mitsuo Yanagimachi, which follows the exploits of a Japanese biker gang, the Black Emperors.
Godspeed You! Black Emperor was formed in 1994 in Montreal, Quebec, by Efrim Menuck (guitar), Mike Moya (guitar), and Mauro Pezzente (bass). The band initially assembled after being offered a supporting act for another local band named Steak 72. Thereafter, the trio performed live on a few separate occasions, before ultimately deciding to produce an album. The cassette, All Lights Fucked on the Hairy Amp Drooling, was self-released in December 1994 and limited to thirty-three copies.
After the limited release of the cassette, the band quickly expanded and continued to perform live periodically. According to Menuck, joining the group was quite simple: "It was like if anyone knew anybody who played an instrument and seemed like an okay person, they would sort of join up." In short order, the group's numbers ebbed and flowed. Local musicians would often join the band for a handful of performances, then depart. The revolving door nature of the group's membership frequently caused it strain before the release of F♯ A♯ ∞. After that release, the group stabilized around a nine-person lineup with Menuck, Moya and David Bryant on guitars, Pezzente and Thierry Amar on bass guitars, Aidan Girt and Bruce Cawdron on drums, and Sophie Trudeau and Norsola Johnson on violin and cello respectively. Moya would depart in 1998 to focus on HṚṢṬA, being replaced by Roger Tellier-Craig of Fly Pan Am.
Although various members of the band are often pinned down as anarchists, no one in the band has explicitly subscribed to this label; however, there is a strong political component to the band's music.[unreliable source?] For example, the liner notes to Yanqui U.X.O. describe the song "09-15-00" as "Ariel Sharon surrounded by 1,000 Israeli soldiers marching on al-Haram Ash-Sharif & provoking another Intifada," and the back cover of that album depicts the relationships of several major record labels to the military-industrial complex. Several of their songs also incorporate voice samples which express political sentiments, most notably "The Dead Flag Blues" (on F♯A♯∞) and "BBF3" (on Slow Riot for New Zerø Kanada).
The band released the CD versions of its first two albums on the Kranky record label, and released the LPs through Constellation Records. The LP and the CD of Yanqui U.X.O. were produced by Constellation after their contract with Kranky ran out.
In 2004, long-time guitarist Roger Tellier-Craig left the band on amicable terms to devote more time to Fly Pan Am.
The group was once misconstrued as being a band of terrorists. After stopping at a local gas station for fuel in the town of Ardmore, Oklahoma, during their 2003 tour of the United States, the station attendant working that day believed the group of Canadians to be terrorists. She quickly passed a note to another customer also getting fuel to call the police. When the local police appeared, the group was held until they could be questioned by the FBI. Although the police were suspicious of the band's anti-government documents and some photos they had (such as those of oil rigs), they found no incriminating evidence. After background checks were run, the ensemble was released from custody and continued on their way to their next show in Columbia, MO. Efrim Menuck later spoke to the crowd about what happened to them during their appearance in Missouri and speculated that their origin was a motive for being released quickly ("It's a good thing we're nice white kids from Canada"), hinting at racism in the police force. The incident was mentioned in Michael Moore's book Dude, Where's My Country?
In 2010 the band reported they were reuniting for an All Tomorrow's Parties music event in the UK as well as further US dates . Mike Moya re-joined the band for the reunion, while original cellist Norsola Johnson declined to participate. The band played a full North American and European tour in 2011, and more dates in the UK including an appearance at the ATP 'I'll Be Your Mirror' music festival in London are confirmed for July.
In 2011, in an interview with Voir, band member Bruce Cawdon announced that the band was working on new material.
On February 28, 2012, it was announced that the band would be performing at the 2012 Pitchfork Music Festival in Chicago. On March 15, 2012, it was announced that the band would be performing at the 2012 All Tomorrow's Parties I'll Be Your Mirror festival in New York, NY. Drummer Tim Herzog began touring with the band upon the departure of Bruce Cawdron.
Live concerts 
Because the band is taper-friendly—that is, they allow audience members to record their live performances—fans often release new material before the band makes an official recording.
The band toured Australia/New Zealand for the first time in February 2013, including a performance at the All Tomorrow's Parties 'I'll Be Your Mirror' festival in Melbourne on February 16.
- David Bryant – guitar, tapes
- Efrim Menuck – guitar, tape loops, keyboards
- Mike Moya – guitar
- Sophie Trudeau – violin
- Thierry Amar – double bass, bass
- Mauro Pezzente – bass
- Aidan Girt – drums, percussion
- Tim Herzog – drums, percussion
- Karl Lemieux – film projections
- Bruce Cawdron – drums, percussion
- Norsola Johnson – cello
- Roger Tellier-Craig – guitar
- Grayson Walker – accordion
- James Chau – keyboards, harpsichord, guitar
- Thea Pratt – French horn
- John Littlefair – film projections
- Fluffy Erskine – film projections
Studio albums 
- F♯ A♯ ∞ (1997)
- Lift Your Skinny Fists Like Antennas to Heaven (2000)
- Yanqui U.X.O. (2002)
- 'Allelujah! Don't Bend! Ascend! (2012)
See also 
- Godspeed You! Black Emperor at Allmusic
- "Godspeed You! Black Emperor quit over Iraq". NME. 2008. Retrieved 2008-02-17.
- Phillips, Amy (2008-02-11). "Godspeed Still on Hiatus, Not Completely Broken Up". Pitchfork Media. Archived from the original on 2008-02-12. Retrieved 2009-10-08.
- Andrew Tijs (2012-10-02). "Godspeed You! Black Emperor Announce First Album In A Decade | New Music | Music News". Noise11. Retrieved 2012-10-15.
- David Keenan (1998). "Interview in The Wire".
- Keenan, David (2000). "Godspeed You Black Emperor! interview with The Wire". brainwashed.com. Retrieved 2009-02-24.
- Constellation Records (2000). "Godspeed – All Lights Fucked Cassette". Godspeed Releases. Constellation Records. Archived from the original on 2000-03-04. Retrieved 2006-12-17.
- St-Jacques, Marie-Douche (1998). "Godspeed You! Black Emperor interview with aMAZEzine!". aMAZEzine. Retrieved 2009-02-14.
- Follos, Tim (2008).  Express Night Out. retrieved 2008 -12-01
- "piece on Godspeed You! Black Emperor". Anarchistnews.org. Retrieved 2011-07-20.
- Biehr, Steve, Marion Bornas, and Stefan Claudius. "Godspeed You! Black Emperor Collage" (jpg). Retrieved 2006-11-26.[dead link]
- Biehr, Steve. "Band Members Released After Terrorist Report". The Daily Ardmoreite. Archived from the original on 2005-02-08. Retrieved 2006-11-26.
- Godspeed You Black Emperor! (2003). "Godspeed You Black Emperor! at Mississippi Nights (2003-03-16)" (shn). Live Music Archive. Internet Archive. Retrieved 2006-12-24.
- Laveaux, Oliver. "Godspeed prépare un nouveau disque". Voir Magazine. Voir. Retrieved 6/3/2011.
- , July 20, 2012.
- Visser, Menno (2001). "Interview with Godspeed You Black Emperor!". OOR Magazine. OOR. Retrieved 2006-12-24.
- Godspeed You Black Emperor! (2003). "Godspeed You Black Emperor! at L'Olympic (2003-05-14)" (shnf). Live Music Archive. Internet Archive. Retrieved 2006-12-17.
- Carpenter, Lorraine (2003). "Easy Being Green: Frog Eyes Whip Up a Colourful Cabaret". Montreal Mirror. Retrieved 2009-04-08.
- Brainwashed.com — The official Godspeed You! Black Emperor website
- Constellation Records' Godspeed You! Black Emperor website
- Godspeed You! Black Emperor at Last.fm
- Godspeed You! Black Emperor shows at the Internet Archive - download live recordings