DIVINITY: Entire New Album Available For Streaming
Calgary, Alberta, Canada-based metallers DIVINITY are streaming their second full-length album, "The Singularity", in its entirety on the band's MySpace page. The CD was just made available through most major online music stores such as iTunes, Amazon, Rhapsody, TuneCore, CD Baby, etc.
"The Singularity" track listing:
02. Beg To Consume
03. Lay In The Bed You've Made
06. Monsters Are Real
07. Embrace the Uncertain
08. Formless Dimension
09. Approaching The Singularity
The limited-edition two-disc "The Singularity" digipack includes an enhanced CD containing bonus tracks, guitar tab files and instructional videos. The DVD contains high-quality versions of the BrokeBands.com "Making The Singularity" videos plus some exclusive videos on mixing and mastering.
A trailer for the album can be viewed below.
DIVINITY's last album "Allegory", was released in March 2008 via Nuclear Blast Records.
Sean Jenkins - Lead Vocals
James Duncan - Guitars
Brett Duncan - Drums
Sacha Laskow - Lead Guitars, Vocals
Nick Foster - Bass, Vocals
For more information, visit www.divinity.ca.
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