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Devin Townsend


Experimental/Post Metal

4.23 | 504 ratings

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5 stars (Original review from MMA)

Beauty expressed musically.

If you did not get a feeling of grandeur and beauty, or a spine tingling sensation while you listened to this album, something is very, very wrong with you. I cannot describe this album, to be honest. I really do not know how. It is the heaviest, mellowist, most awe-inspiring record ever made.

With this album, Hevy Devy proves that he is one of Prog's best songwriters ever. His quirky Zappa-esque sense of humor and his good songwriting combine to make one this century's greatest musical figures ever.

This album is a pinnacle of Prog, and Post metal. This is a concept album about preserving the beauty of this world we inhabit called earth, and the beauty and feeling that you get when you are standing by the grand canyon, or walking along the beaches of Maine, or the mountains of the Catskils. Hevy Devy absolutely nails this feeling spot on. This is simply a perfect album in every way.

Hearing is believing.

Sheavy | 5/5 |


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