A Devil’s Din picks up right where their last album left off. Their psychedelic blend of Rock and Blues still blares right out of my speakers every time I have put this album on, either being in my car on my way to and from work or my situated computer space. The fuzz that comes from this album is cleverly blended and also pushed forth throughout the album. I found the mix between the fuzz and dilated vocals and the bass a interesting mix in One Hallucination Under God.
Pg 59 A Devil’s Din
With an excellent collection of sharp, relatively short songs stripped of any excess and with more hooks than a fishing tackle shop, One Hallucination Under God is the sound of a band totally at the top of their game in the studio with this elegantly crafted LP.
One Hallucination Under God is a great album for learning the possibilities of merging classic and psychedelic rock. The chord changes from the Hawaiian guitar paired with a constant drum beat shows how A Devil’s Din’s primary concentration is mixing different musical genres to form one solid album.
“Sounding like a mixture of early Black Sabbath and the prog rock of King Crimson, A Devils Din brings us their 3rd album of proggy psychedelia. The progressive elements in this album do not equate to long and boring, rather this album is full of mostly punctual, fun and catchy tracks. With an album title like One Hallucination Under God you are certain to have an idea of what to expect.”
Rock Bottom – Episode September 26, 2017 w/ Divinity, Buried Realm, A Devil’s Din, Warcall, Mason, Arisen From Nothing, Adrian Pain & The Dead Sexy, Protosequence