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Devin Townsend Project


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Devin Townsend Project é apenas mais uma das facetas do músico canadense Devin Townsend

Depois da sua banda de metal extremo Strapping Young Lad, e da sua banda de Metal Progressivo, The Devin Townsend Band, Devin colocou a sua música em pausa e entrou num período de auto descobertas, em que ele largou a bebida e o cigarro, aprendendo como “compor sem drogas”, então ele voltou a compor, simplesmente pegando na sua guitarra e escrevendo.

Num período de 2 anos, ele escreveu cerca de 60 músicas, de diversos estilos. Para organizar isso, ele criou o Devin Townsend Project, onde cada álbum contaria com músicos diferentes e conceitos diferentes. O foco principal do projeto é a redescoberta da sua indentidade musical, perante si e seus fãs.


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  • i4mt3hwin

    Accelerated is my fav. It's the most raw and emotional overall imo. The drumming on that album is incredible too, RVP's cymbal work is like so spot on perfect in every moment of it. Ocean Machine is my prob my second. His new stuff is starting too sound too overly produced to me.

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  • EvanClark

    I'd say Ki, or Accelerated Evolution... Accelerated Evolution if we're talking about the progressive metal/ambient soundscape stuff he does. Ki is his overall best, but it is a bit detached from everything else he has done with the exception of CoC and the Ghost 2 demos.

    4 horas atrás Responder
  • LeperMessiah117

    @EvanClark @ Kanouse Thank you. If anything, Terria is his best... or Infinity...

    5 horas atrás Responder
  • Kanouse

    I don't either...

    10 horas atrás Responder
  • EvanClark

    I don't compare his new records to Ocean Machine because I don't think Ocean Machine is his best :>

    Ontem 02:13 Responder
  • Snowtrace

    Now there are more albums with Anneke than with Ché, again. Here's hoping for some balance on those stats, Casualties and Ki are good.

    Ontem 00:38 Responder
  • ablislol

    After hearing War Princess I wish for a collab with Dominique akin to Causalities, but heavy with Devin as supporting vocs.

    Ontem 22:56 Responder
  • dane_chaos1

    Sky blue is awesome! Dark matters on the other hand is very disappointing compared to the original ZTO album.

    Ontem 22:12 Responder
  • Dis_Con_Nec_Ted

    The new Z² is great. Dev's dialoge/voice over at times sounds like cross between his usual silly self and latter-day Jack Nicholson which is rather amusing.

    Ontem 14:54 Responder
  • apujols

    I haven't even really listened to Sky Blue yet. It's all about Ziltoid. Indeed.

    Ontem 13:13 Responder
  • Kuregu

    It's not that I didn't like Sky Blue, it was just... there. Mind you, I was playing KOTOR on mute with it in the background. I'll give it a dedicated listen later. Or maybe wait for my CD to arrive. That leak doesn't sound too nice.

    Ontem 11:29 Responder
  • ShortSonata

    It's kinda unfair to compare back to Ocean Machine imo, that work is just so fucking good.

    Ontem 10:25 Responder
  • EvanClark

    Anyone who doesn't like Sky Blue... It's a grower, that's all I have to say on that. I was immediately unimpressed with it, and that stayed true for awhile, but after a few listens I realized how brilliant SOME of the tracks are. Rain City is still kind of awful, and so is The Ones Who Love. Midnight Sun is ultimately uninteresting and useless, and A New Reign and Forever, while enjoyable, don't leave much of a mark. But the other 7 tracks are all great, imo.

    Ontem 04:49 Responder
  • Jordy666sic

    Yeah that Death Of Music reference was nuts. It does have a line of Bastard in it though in the same melody. "Gone now, in a field of green" can be heard @5:56, and in Bastards @9:06. These albums have bits of all his earlier work in it, I personally love that. The solo section from Midnight Sun has an incredible Terria vibe to it and Ziltoid Goes Home feels a lot like SYL meets DTP.

    20 Out 1h25 Responder
  • Snowtrace

    Heh, It's gotta suck sometimes to have an album like OM: Biomech and then having all your new works compared to it.

    20 Out 0h18 Responder
  • Kuregu

    Well I need to listen to Sky Blue more before I have a definite opinion on it. I don't even remember much from it, to be honest. And whoever said Rain City was like The Death Of Music a while ago has severely rustled my jimmies. Dark Matters is pretty wonderful though. I wish there was more of Dominique though, as expected she did an incredible job. I hope the To Be Continued is genuine and we get more of her next time. I look forward to checking out the non-narrated version now.

    19 Out 21h56 Responder
  • aldrignedigen

    Not a huge fan of Devin Townsend's works, but Sky Line is a very interesting album. Let's see what Dark Matters has in store for us

    19 Out 18h56 Responder
  • MateusMC

    @Scython I was worried about all the dialogues but it is great, it feels right in place. If you've read the Angry Metal Guy review don't believe half the shit the reviewer wrote: that was one of the few bad reviews on the site.

    19 Out 15h58 Responder
  • Jordy666sic

    @Scython disc 3 has no dialogue. It's not annoying and you'll be able to enjoy the music perfectly when the dialogues kick in. It's part of the album, just like spoken passages in any other song. Disc 3 is a bonus.

    19 Out 13h55 Responder
  • Scython

    Holding out as well as I refuse to listen to an inferior mix. Not sure if I'll like the Dark Matters disc a lot after reading how dialog is almost constantly present in every song. It's something that will no doubt be amusing and fresh at first, but gets really boring and tiresome in the long run, when you just want to listen to the music.

    19 Out 13h32 Responder
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