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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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  • TheSuiciderr

    Devin Townsend Project is the best damn thing he has ever created.

    29 Mar 9h21 Responder
  • ShortSonata

    sodeviniswritingasymphonyhowcoolsithat

    26 Mar 16h18 Responder
  • Snowtrace

    Uh, anybody else enjoying very much the new Enslaved? I am. Proggy extremy goodness.

    25 Mar 3h51 Responder
  • H3llrider

    We shall see what kind of state of mind he has when comes back from his upcoming break. I also hope that he would do more ambient stuff in the future.

    20 Mar 16h40 Responder
  • Izhorian

    "Devlab and The Hummer are sadly overlooked by a lot of people it seems." Finally someone sees the beauty of those!

    17 Mar 21h15 Responder
  • faylander_

    One of the best moments to listen live "ih ah" yesterday. You are a fuckin artist Devin

    17 Mar 20h13 Responder
  • dravenxx6

    But Sky Blue is still in the top 3 best Devy albums for me.

    15 Mar 0h56 Responder
  • dravenxx6

    I still love everything Devy has done since he has started.....but I really want more Ambient albums or even noise albums. Devlab and The Hummer are sadly overlooked by a lot of people it seems.

    15 Mar 0h56 Responder
  • Yellowxander

    DTP interview with RVP! https://youtu.be/hx49yuueWxg

    11 Mar 20h34 Responder
  • ShortSonata

    I'm intrigued to see in which direction he goes after this big Ziltoid show, he's taking a break (finally) and whenever that has happened before, we've got some really fresh new music from him.

    7 Mar 11h46 Responder
  • JordyLicht

    @Snowtrace To me it's the other way around. I love the huge, epic, poppy metal he's making these days. I tend to call it Pet Shot Boys with heavy guitars. I do love CoC and Ghost though, I listen to those records constantly. I never really got into KI though. There's a few songs on there I really like, but some of it sounds like a jam-session in my ears. I understand the appeal of both sides of Devin though.

    6 Mar 9h14 Responder
  • Snowtrace

    I'm thinking Casualties turned out much better than both Epicloud and Z2 and hoping that he could lean towards making more stuff in the vein of Ki/Ghost/CoC. I find myself too overwhelmed by both Epicloud and Z2 most of the times, as though his latest huge/ bombastic/ loud and noisy albums don't do it for me anymore.

    5 Mar 1h20 Responder
  • lter__Impius

    I think all we enjoy is because we have a brain so we can translate to feelings everything we do in the "external word". Even if we wouldn't have ears we could experiment music EXACTLY in the same way as we do now just activating the right neural network at the right time in the right way. I may be worng but I think it's a matter of time that something like that is achieved. See this: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brain_in_a_vat . Music is the tool you use to get somewhere: feeling. It's like (loosely) when you broke a leg and you use a crutch (the tool) to be able to walk. You don't need that crutch once your leg is healed, you can do the same (walking) by yourself.

    2 Mar 9h18 Responder
  • ClassyMusicSnob

    Why not take the drug and listen to music? Even if such a drug existed, I have a feeling it would extremely expensive. You also forget that music has evolved along with us. Music is as old as the first human society. We're biologically inclined towards music. Even if such a drug exists and everyone had easy access to it, music would take a few centuries to completely die out. Honestly if music died out, so would our race, as it's a huge part of all human cultures. eventually. Without culture, whats the fuckin point? To fulfill the status quo?

    28 Fev 9h34 Responder
  • ClassyMusicSnob

    I'm listening to the Infinity EP and I just found out that the Orchestral/choral melody at the end of TMM is basically a re-cording of the end of the song Processional.

    28 Fev 9h26 Responder
  • ShortSonata

    maybe possibly hypothetically could think perhaps

    25 Fev 17h11 Responder
  • lter__Impius

    V Imagine you could take all drugs you want without developing tolerance to them and without harmful effects. Maybe in the future they "decode" how exactly we enjoy arts. Think of future drugs that could give us control of the cerebral regions that have to do with feeling the music. It could be musical orgasm after musical orgasm. That feeling wouldn't we less real and could be much more powerful and moving that anything we've ever felt while listening to music. In that hypothetical scenario, why would we want to listen to actual music?

    25 Fev 12h16 Responder
  • ClassyMusicSnob

    @Iter_Impius, I can imagine that happening in Mainstream American art/music, because it's solely about making money and nothing else. Then in art people get away with drawing scribbles or a line and then make up some bullshit reason as to why it's art, just so they can sell it. Also if theres a "formula to write perfect, emotional music" chances are the underground will adapt and write better shit. Theres never a perfect way to do anything, no matter what technology, psychology or experience is used.

    19 Fev 22h39 Responder
  • lter__Impius

    I don't think so, ClassyMusicSnob. In a few decades cognitive-emotive processes related to music enjoyment will be deconstructed and so anyone, literaly everyone, will be capable of writing far "better" music ─in terms of emotion elicitation─ than all things those guys, Mozart, Beethoven and company ever dreamed of writing. I think that no one will pay attention to arts in the future because it would be a waste of time.

    12 Fev 16h17 Responder
  • pirouzpoursasan

    do you feel the groove?.. ...infinite void of infinite parallels, into your mind!

    12 Fev 0h27 Responder
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