Fan-filmed video footage of DEVIN TOWNSEND PROJECT's entire September 29 concert at GlavClub in Moscow, Russia can be seen below.
DEVIN TOWNSEND PROJECT's latest album, "Transcendence", was released in September 2016. The follow-up to 2014's "Z2" double album (half of which was made up of the DTP full-length "Sky Blue"), it saw the award-winning Devin Townsend exploring a relatively new way of working, collaborating with the entire DTP band during the writing stages of the record.
Recorded at The Armoury Studios in Vancouver, Canada with Townsend and Adam "Nolly" Getgood (PERIPHERY, ANIMALS AS LEADERS), "Transcendence" sounds absolutely massive. From the moment "Truth" — a re-work from the "Infinity" album — monstrously blends into the soul-stirring "Stormbending" to the undulating cool of mid-point jam "Secret Sciences" and WEEN cover "Transdermal Celebration", Townsend and crew have engineered a modern-day classic. The sheer scale of tracks like "Failure", "Higher" and the majestic title track is at once daunting and inviting. "Transcendence" pulls the listener in like a movie score.
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