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Montreal, QC – September 20, 2017
For fans of Ghost, Syd Barrett/Floyd, Psych-era Beatles, Early Sabbath,
Montreal Psychedelic Rock A DEVIL’S DIN Premiere New Video “Home” via PureGrainAudio
New Album “One Hallucination Under God” Out September 29th
A Devil’s Din are the psychedelic brainchild of UK-born Montreal-based multi-instrumentalist David Lines; joined on his creative journey by disciple of the Rickenbaker bass Thomas Chollet, and virtuoso drummer Dom Salameh
They are a trio of sonic alchemists that together create a chemical wedding of cosmic chords, constantly seeking the philosopher’s stone of the perfect psychedelic song…and as we all know, it’s not the journey…it’s the trip!
And A Devil’s Din certainly takes listeners on a trip…a journey to the center of the psyche with their superb mind-expanding music created for all the right reasons. Inspired by The Beatles (66,67), Syd Barret-era Pink Floyd, Black Sabbath, Led Zeppelin, Byrds, Lines describes his band’s music as ‘adventurous, transcendent, melodic, esoteric, rockin’!”.
A Devil’s Din has two fine albums under their collective kaftans, “One Day All This Will Be Yours” (2011) and “Skylight” (2016), and now, as though creating a trans-dimensional triptych, they unleash “One Hallucination Under God”.
Lines has very positive aims.
“One Hallucination Under God” will be available as of September 29th, 2017.
Their second single and new video “Home” is exclusively premiering on PureGrainAudio.com.
The band comments:
Watch “Home” at the following link: http://puregrainaudio.com/videos/montreal-s-a-devil-s-din-hit-home-with-their-latest-psych-rock-video-exclusive-premiere
Watch A DEVIL’S DIN first video “Eternal Now” here.
1. Eternal Now (3:25)
2. Brave New World (4:26)
3. Nearly Normal (4:06)
4. Home (5:15)
5. Who You Are (5:03)
6. Where Do We Go (5:04)
7. One Hallucination Under God (4:10)
8. Sea of Time (5:18)
9. Evolution (5:01)
Album Length: 41:50
A Devil’s Din is:
Dave Lines, Guitar/Keyboards/Vocals
Tom G. Stout, Bass/Guitar/Vocals
Dom Salameh, Drums/Perc/Vocals
Sept 29 – Montreal, QC – L’Escogriffe (CD Release Party) – info
EPK – http://wp.me/pciNW-aAf
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“There’s a really adventurous but relaxing sound to One Hallucination Under God. Kicking off with the trippy & mind-warping rock melody of Brave New World. It’s a start that will put a big smile on the face thanks to the feel-good vocals & hooky guitar riffs.” – Games, Brrraaains & A Headbanging Life
“Rock ’n’ roll on the timeless precipice of psychedelic, progressive, transgressive danger. Be warned.” –Lorraine Carpenter, Montreal Mirror/ Cult Mtl
“This trio reminded me of a psychedelic, more-progressive version of Black Sabbath. ” – Bucketlist Music Reviews
“I love to take a trip back into the glorious sounds of vintage psychedelic rock music and I would honestly suggest you do the same.” – Merchants of Air
“easy listening, sit back and enjoy the ride.” – Kats Metal Litter Box
“the band has one very important thing! Good songs. And even more special, great lyrics.” – ProgShine
“If you like old Jefferson Airplane, Yellow Submarine era Beatles and the like then you should dig the hell out of A Devil’s Din. I found it to be a lot of fun.” – Thy Demons Be Scribblin
” really love a great power trio, and A Devil’s Din is a power trio that sound like a 5 piece. The record is good listening, with some songs needing undivided attention due to the poetic lyrical content. With that being said, Skylight is a record with many layers and deserves many listens.” – Slickster Magazine
“Skylight is driven with hooks, and melodies and sprawling lead playing. I bet seeing these guys play live in an open air festival would be quite the experience.” – Kingston Music Reviews
“Drawing from Cream, Syd Barrett Pink Floyd, and all points in between, A Devil’s Din has reminded us how beautiful music once was.” – Glacially Musical