Ex-THE GATHERING Singer Performs With DEVIN TOWNSEND PROJECT In Eindhoven (Video)

Former THE GATHERING vocalist Anneke van Giersbergen joined the DEVIN TOWNSEND PROJECT on stage on June 30, 2010 at the Dynamo club in Eindhoven, Netherlands to perform the song "Hyperdrive".

Fan-filmed video footage of her appearance, as well as two other songs by the DEVIN TOWNSEND PROJECT, can be viewed below (courtesy of "Helmcasuaris").

"Hyperdrive" originally appeared on Devin's "Ziltoid the Omniscient" album, but was re-recorded for DEVIN TOWNSEND PROJECT's "Addicted" CD, with Giersbergen handling all lead vocals on the new version.

"Addicted", the second in a series of albums from Townsend to be made available under the DEVIN TOWNSEND PROJECT moniker, came out in November 2009 and has become the fastest-selling solo record in Devin's career.

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Townsend is currently working on two new albums for 2011 release.


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