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Devin Townsend


Experimental/Post Metal

4.20 | 658 ratings

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5 stars Perhaps TERRIA is Devin Townsend's the best progressive metal album so far. You won't find a high energy of heavy metal or any power metal thing here. Actually this album explains how genius this man creating a beautiful, powerful concept album. This album opens with a psychedelic spacey ambience "Olives". Once again you will find the Devin's style in "Earth Day". The tracks "Nobody's here" and "Tiny Tears" are ballads, so melodic and touchy. Overall, this album shows the other side of Devin Townsend. A "down to earth" ambience. Still, even though this album is less heavy than Ocean Machine or Accelerated Evolution, Terria is top notch in every single thing: great song writing, great melodies, great arrangement. One word to this album: PERFECT!
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