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8 thoughts on “ The Death Of Music - Ocean Machine - Biomech (CD, Album)

  1. Album Rating: Bastard is the highlight for me but it's hard to remove it from Funeral and The Death of Music. Scheumke October 31st
  2. "The Death of Music" is the eleventh song from the Devin Townsend album Ocean Machine: Biomech, released in The vocal melody of the bridge ("Don't die on me") references the chorus of " Japan " ("Goodbye my love") by Strapping Young Lad.
  3. out of 5 stars What distinguishes Biomech from Ocean Machine? Reviewed in the United States on January 26, I already wrote an in-depth review for Devin Townsend's solo debut Ocean Machine a few days ago; but as I also own his Biomech album, which is the same CD with a bonus track, I thought I'd drop a few lines about the last song 5/5(18).
  4. Album Rating: | Sound Off I did zaru, I thought it was super interesting; even though I've always used the album as musical escapism, to have it confirmed that that was the original intention and that it's essentially Dev grappling with the transition from youth into adulthood, wanting to run away but inevitably having to crash back down to earth when confronted with death, depression etc.
  5. Material for Ocean Machine: Biomech had been around since the time Devin Townsend was touring with Steve Vai in support of Sex & Religion, with some tracks, such as "Funeral", "Regulator" and "The Death of Music", stretching back to Townsend's days with Noisescapes. The album's basic tracks of guitar, bass and drums were recorded in The Factory Studios in Vancouver during the same time Rob Halford .
  6. Ocean Machine - Biomech, an Album by Ocean Machine. Released in on Союз (catalog no. IOMCD ; CD). Genres: Progressive Metal, Alternative Metal/5(14).
  7. Album Ocean Machine: Biomech. The Death of Music Lyrics. "The Death of Music" Track Info. Written By Devin Townsend. Label Inside Out Music & HevyDevy Records. Release Date July 21,
  8. Ocean Machine/Biomech CD music By the time you get to the 3-track run of Regulator/Funeral/Bastard, not only have you been fully absorbed into the vastness of the music, but are riding wave-crests of emotion: This is about as good as it gets. Stylistically it is distanced from Devins Industrial/Death Metal intensity Strapping Young Lad, and more akin to Steve Vai.

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