Sep 232011

Just minutes ago I received an urgent message from NCS writer TheMadIsraeli, worded as follows:  “Trippy as fuck music video just released for this song.  I don’t even know what I’m watching.” Accompanying the message was a link to the just-released official music video for “Juular”, one of the amazing songs on The Devin Townsend Project’s amazing 2011 album, Deconstruction (reviewed here at NCS).

I thought the new video we featured in our last post — the one for Dark Tranquillity’s “Zero Distance” — was visually interesting to watch. But I’m afraid it has been blown out of the water by this “Juular” video. In fact, this video blows everything out of the water. Words fail me. Watch it after the jump.


  1. Just to freak you all the fuck out. The old man is ALSO Devin Townsend.


  2. Speaking of Devy, my friend and I might be getting a chance to interview the man next month. Should be good indeed.

  3. I thought it was pretty obvious the old man was Devin… He’s a pretty unique looking guy. Part of me wishes they got Ihsahn to make a small appearance…

    Still, probably my favourite music video I’ve seen in a loooooooong time.

    The Ziltoid cameo made me let out an audible “squeee”

  4. Wait… he STOPPED doing drugs?

  5. I’m guessing Devy did this on purpose, but this video has a bit of a resemblence thematically to Meshuggah’s “Bleed” video. Oh and btw this is awesome.

  6. This is really awesome! Looks like Mastodon and Devin turned up the ‘crazy’ for their videos this year! Which reminds me, have you featured the new Mastodon video?

    • No, I haven’t. I saw it after it had been out for about a day and I figured anyone who gave a damn about Mastodon had already seen it somewhere else. I may reconsider . . .

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