Ocean Machine: Biomech

Ocean Machine: Biomech

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Ocean Machine: Biomech is the debut studio album by Canadian musician Devin Townsend. The album was released in July 1997 on Townsend's label, HevyDevy Records.


Material for Ocean Machine: Biomech had been around since the time Devin Townsend was touring with Steve Vai in support of Sex & Religion. The album was recorded in studio around December 1995, but was delayed for release until late 1996. Prior to its release, Townsend was unsatisfied with the recordings and re-recorded the album from scratch. The re-recordings were done at Townsend's home studio with instrumentation help from Marty Chapman, JR Harder, Chris Valagao of Zimmers Hole, and John Morgan.


Ocean Machine: Biomech featured a mix of hard rock, ambient, and progressive rock.G., Mike (September 2003). "The Devin Townsend Band: No Holds Barred." Metal Maniacs.See Strapping Young Lad and Devin Townsend for a thorough discussion of the album's acclaim. City by Townsend's extreme metal band Strapping Young Lad. Townsend considered Strapping Young Lad a "little project" that he considered a "parody" and not the intended focus of his music, but lamented that Ocean Machine, which he described as "the music that was really close to me," was largely dismissed upon its release.<ref...
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