Devin Townsend who launched his own podcast series during the pandemic has released the ninth episode. Check out Episode #9, featuring Devy’s take on The New Black by Strapping Young Lad! Continue reading
Devin Townsend who launched his own podcast series during the pandemic has released the seventh episode. Check out Episode #8, featuring Devy’s take on his solo works such as Synchestra, The Hummer, and Devlab. Continue reading
Devin Townsend who launched his own podcast series during the pandemic, has released the seventh episode. Check out Episode #7, featuring Devy’s musings on Strapping Young Lad’s classic album Alien (Century Media). Continue reading
The most creative force of genius in music today is writing a new album right now! Devin Townsend who has been keeping incredibly busy during the pandemic-enforced quarantine that interrupted his world tour supporting his 2019 album Empath (InsideOut Music). In the meantime, he has launched a crowdfunding campaign, started a podcast series reflecting on his entire career, and held three livestreamed concerts for charity raising thousands of dollars for frontline healthcare workers. Now Devy is starting to write a new album! Even though we are living in terrible times, there is a light at the end of the tunnel. Continue reading
For over thirty years, Devin Townsend has been a constant presence in the progressive and heavy music scene. Before he was widely known for his guitar playing and song-writing he was known as a singer, on albums for Steve Vai. No surprise that to the ears of a professional vocal teacher, Devin’s vocal stylings are excellent. Watch voice teacher and YouTuber Beth Roars react to Devy performing “Kingdom” solo, live in the studio, for EMG Pickups below. Townsend is bringing his new solo album project Empath to bear this spring via InsideOut Music.
We have a philosophy at this website that goes something like this” few bands ever have managed to keep the highest level or artistry, yet still have commercial success.” As we have been tracking here at Ghost Cult, appreciation for progressive music is at an all-time high in 2016. Usually this type of thing doesn’t bode well for quality, but this era of bands is a different animal. It is a boon to fans to have so many strong, legendary figures continuing to be great and tremendous younger bands across all the sub-genres with bright futures. Nowhere is this more apparent than on the second leg of the Devin Townsend Project, Between The Buried And Me, and Fallujah tour. Continue reading