Devin Townsend Project - Ki

8.2 | 300 votes |
Release date: 22 May 2009
Style: Progressive metal


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01. A Monday
02. Coast
03. Disruptr
04. Gato
05. Terminal
06. Heaven Send
07. Ain't Never Gonna Win...
08. Winter
09. Trainfire
10. Lady Helen
11. Ki
12. Quiet Riot
13. Demon League

Devin Garret Townsend - vocals, guitar, fretless bass, ambience, programming
Duris Maxwell - drums
Jean Savoie - bass
Dave Young - keyboards, piano, ambience

Additional musicians:
Ché Dorval - vocals
Ryan Dahle - additional vocals

Choir: Bjorn Strid, Peter, Christopher, Grant, Corey, Jeremy, Ryan

Additional info
Devin Townsend Project

Artwork & layout by Konrad Palkiewicz

Guest review by
Devin Townsend, the former prolific and extremely intense front man of the energetic Strapping Young Lad, and the creative mastermind behind such albums such as Ocean Machine: Biomech, Infinity, Terria, and Ziltoid The Omniscient, now gives us the introduction to the much anticipated Devin Townsend Project in the form of Ki.

published 28.08.2011 | Comments (5)

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16.07.2012 - 22:58
Rating: 8
When this album was released I thought it to be one of the best ambient albums I'd ever heard. Now with further listening I thnk that's a bit of an overstatement, but there are moments on 'Ki' where Devin really excels as a musician. 'Disuptr', 'Heaven Send' and the ever so tense title track are all stellar.
23.08.2012 - 11:28
Rating: 7
M C Vice
I bought the project albums in 3, 4, 2, 1 order (listening to Ki for the 1st time). This one sounds like a mix of Ghost and Deconstruction.
"Another day, another Doug."
"I'll fight you on one condition. That you lower your nipples."
"I'll put whatever I want in your mouth!"
23.08.2012 - 13:04
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Like this album more than other works by Devin
20.03.2013 - 17:04
Rating: 8
High Fist Prog
Why does Devin always write one or two fantastic tracks (Coast and Disruptr) followed by all these mediocre ones (imo ofc).

Edit: perhaps not mediocre, but they certainly feel like filler relative to what he's capable of...
15.05.2014 - 06:02
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Written by musicalkaratekid on 16.07.2012 at 22:58

'Disuptr', 'Heaven Send' and the ever so tense title track are all stellar.

Then there's Coast and Trainfire. Trainfire, especially. God, I love that one.

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