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ZILTOID: LIVE AT THE ROYAL ALBERT HALL

Devin Townsend

 

Experimental/Post Metal

4.07 | 30 ratings

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I Love Internet
5 stars I must admit: Im a big fan of this guy! Yet I havenīt really enjoyed his previous live dvds. I just couldnīt connect with them. But this just amazing to me. Espcially the second set with the requested songs. I have never seen a metal act look so happy, as matter of fact I havenīt seen any band look as happy on stage. Another great thing is the awesome between songs banter. "Progressive heavy metal: itīs an adult sport." I smile just thinking of this DVD. No other music DVD has made as happy as this one.

I think this is probably the best place to start getting into Devin. I would suggest that anyone reading this who has not heard Devin before to look from youtube the video for Bastard, or Heatwave or the entire second set. If after watching them, you donīt feel obligated to hear everything this guy has done, then there is something wrong with you. Just joking. Iīm sorry. I just havenīt felt like this about a new release in a long time.

Five big hipster stars for this. All bow before the grand master of humorous prog metal!

Ps. I really wish Devin would do a world tour as a stand up comedian!

I Love Internet | 5/5 |

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