“A better Djent tone than anybody I’ve heard and his secret sauce is literally pasta remnants”: Guitarist proves anything can Djent by ripping Meshuggah with an elastic band and Tupperware

Meshuggah on a Tupperware
(Image credit: Fountane Instagram)

A content creator has found a new way to make your lunch break Djent – by turning an empty Tupperware-style container and elastic band into a full ensemble and using them to rip through Meshuggah’s Bleed.

In a story that feels made for the internet, Devin Taylor, who goes by the username Fountane on Instagram, has transformed the humble food vessel into an electric guitar, bass guitar, and drum kit with the help of some nifty plugins. 

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Phil Weller

A freelance writer with a penchant for music that gets weird, Phil is a regular contributor to Prog, Guitar World, and Total Guitar magazines and is especially keen on shining a light on unknown artists. Outside of the journalism realm, you can find him writing angular riffs in progressive metal band, Prognosis, in which he slings an 8-string Strandberg Boden Original, churning that low string through a variety of tunings. He's also a published author and is currently penning his debut novel which chucks fantasy, mythology and humanity into a great big melting pot.