1. The first full-length release by Canadian metal band Protest the Hero
. Kezia is essentially a concept album (or "situationist requiem" as the band members have called it), tracing the interconnected stories of three people - Kezia, a young woman sentenced to death, the prison guard ordered to execute her, and the prison priest presiding over her execution - in a very deep and emotional way. the lyrics were written by bassist Arif Mirabdolbaghi, a poet in the very sense of the word. Perhaps more impressive, the band members began writing the music when they were teenagers and taught themselves how to play it for years, and play excellently at that. Whether you label them as "emo" or not, anyone who does not at the very least acknowledge the band's exceptional talent and the musicianship displayed in Kezia, is either hearing-impaired, or devoid of any musical taste whatsoever and in the latter case, must be immediately ear-stabbed
. In short, Kezia is an aural and lyrical orgasm.
2. Anything which causes a sublime release of pleasure in the ear region.