Recipe for an Onion

A Devil's Din

Recipe for an Onion
Performed By A Devil's Din
Album UPC 620953429620
CD Baby Track ID 8554203
Label Island Dive Records
Released 2011-05-13
BPM 118
Rated 0
ISRC CA4IB1100011
Year 2011
Spotify Plays 44
Writer David Lines
Songwriter ID 252380
Pub Co CD Baby Publishing
Composer David Lines
ClearanceFacebook Sync License,Traditional Sync,YouTube Sync ServiceOne Stop
Rights Controlled Master and Publishing Grant
Rights One-Stop: Master + 100% Pub Grant
Original/Cover/Public Domain original
Country CANADA - Québec
Lyrics Language English


“Rock ’n’ roll on the timeless precipice of psychedelic, progressive, transgressive danger. Be warned.”
–Lorraine Carpenter, Montreal Mirror
" Spacey, proggy, rocky, poppy and riffy all the same time"
–Mikey Heppner, Priestess/Uncle Bad Touch


ONE DAY ALL THIS WILL BE YOURS, the first album by A Devil’s Din, is a glorious paean to the golden age of psychedelic rock, when guitar-wielding Gods walked the Earth with tubes glowing furiously in cloud-pointed amps, carving the sky with elegiac melodies of troubled times. Set against the collapsing temples, crumbling cities and a society nearing obsolescence, ONE DAY ALL THIS WILL BE YOURS is “Nero’s violin serenading a Rome in flames; a musical stethoscope to the heart of humanity…” according to Dave Lines, chief creative officer of A Devil's Din; “We wanted to expand on everything our fans love while adding some genuinely unique new features to really enhance the mayhem.”

Trademark features such as relentless hordes of screaming guitars, lush mellotrons, insightful lyrics, armies of harmonies, and expansive outdoor battlefields of cut-to-the-bone emotions. It’s Syd-Barrett meets the Pixies, with Sabbath and Bowie at either turn, this is indie that rocks; that screams. With the twin guitar assault of Lines and 6-string wizard Chuck Doucet; driven with the fuzz-bass of Mikael Tobias; and ex-Bliss Colin Burnett’s pounding holding down the trigger-- a never-ending attack of savage beat-keeping.

***CD includes a beautiful 9-panel poster of the privately commissioned album art by Montreal artist Valerie MacBain.***

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