SHIT YEAH. Get ready for some HARDCORE RELAXATION. BURN THAT INCENSE TO THE GROUND!!
I can't wait for the newly assembled Devin Townsend Project to come and play in my town. Me, along with my fellow metalheads will form a large circular opening in the middle of the crowd. Then, when the music reaches its heaviest peak, we will sit down Indian-style and discuss herbal remedies amongst ourselves.
There's something I'm just not understanding. Why is Townsend still relevant in the metal community? He's not making metal music anymore. Don't think he wants to. Strapping Young Lad is long gone, along with Townsend's epic skullet. His only true musical endeavor now is producing progressive new age technical ambience industrial yoga groove. Let me just give you an example: If In Flames started making pop music all of the sudden, would we still be talking... you know what, never mind.
Here are a list of tragedies in mankind's history:
- The Black Death
- The Holocaust
- The day Devin Townsend decided we wanted to become an "artist"
|Firing ying-yang lasers. Pew, pew.|
I'm going to turn this track up, light some aroma therapy candles and take a long warm bubble bath with some cucumber slices over my eyelids now. Then I'll use the adjustable shower head to massage my balls.
EDIT: Deconstruction is going to be Townsend's answer to the obnoxious fans (me) that want him to make heavy music. He is quoted as saying "There's a whole network of people that are like 'No no no no no! We only want heavy music, we only want chaotic music, we only want devilish, horrible, destructive music'." Deconstruction is designed to make fun of the metal genre and its fans. Enjoy that.