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Devin Townsend Posts Additional "Deconstruction" Footage From The Studio

Vancouver, Canada metal mastermind Devin Townsend has posted some new behind-the-scenes footage online from the studio. The footage was captured during the sessions for his upcoming full length "Deconstruction." You can view the studio footage below. Devin Commented on the video by saying:

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1. PoopEatingCat writes:


HOLY f***! I had no idea it was going to be this good... just from some of the samples I heard I sh** myself... this could be the best thing that has happen to music since... slave songs :D... (if you don't know music history then dont comment on this comment and try to argue because you won't know what your talking about) ... Seriously... hevydevy is the greatest... its just too bad more of us can't be canadian. :/ oh well... as long as we have his music :D... been waiting for this to come out for a while now.. ADDICTED AND KI WERE AMAZING!!!! but this... this is the way the cookie shall crumble... still thought it should have been called "deconstruction of a cheeseburger" ... but I realize now that if it were to be called that, it would cause a globe melt down of awesomeness and Y2K would occur( FOR REALZYZ) setting our clocks back to zero and forcing us to be savage, barbaric beasts who would roam the planet mindlessly in search for sex and pizza.... that would suck... but awesome (using the original context of the word) ^___^

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