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Surface Of The Sun


Surface Of The Sun

For fans of Tool, A Perfect Circle, Chevelle, Miosis, Karnivool, Alpha Galates

Surface of the Sun is a one-man project spawned from the mind of Devon Eggers. Working on music over the years in the capacity of a recording engineer, he decided to complete a few of his musical ideas on his own. He manifests the subjects for the catchy and melodic songs, and then writes, performs and records all the instruments and vocals save for the drums. He does his own mixing but usually outsources the mastering and has two completed albums to date.

Surface of the Sun is a listening experience that people can get lost in; it is dynamic with a rollercoaster of energy, melodies and heaviness. Each song stands out on its own while still complimenting the others.

Unrestricted by any other creative influence, Eggers can focus on his sole vision for progressive metal that he hopes will inspire others in some way, especially to think outside the box, to question, to be open, or to better themselves and others. While many of the lyrics may be aggressive and highlight an issue, Eggers usually writes in a way that focuses on correcting or improving whatever that problem may be.

In 2011, he released the debut full length ‘A Dying Star’, which is being followed up in 2019 with the EP ‘Panacea’ that will show further maturation and how Eggers has grown as an artist, writer, producer and engineer.   

Oblivion is the first single from the upcoming Panacea EP by Surface of the Sun.

Surface Of The Sun – Oblivion

Surface Of The Sun – Space and Time

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Band/Artist location – British Columbia, Canada
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