DEVIN TOWNSEND PROJECT: Launch "March Of The Poozers" live at the Royal Albert Hall

In just a few weeks' time, Devin Townsend Project release a live concert recording filmed […]
October 28, 2015

In just a few weeks' time, Devin Townsend Project release a live concert recording filmed at an incredible sold-out show at London's legendary Royal Albert Hall venue, bringing the story of Ziltoid to life on stage as well as playing tracks from across his back catalogue. 'Ziltoid; Live at the Royal Albert Hall' captures a larger-than-life evening and is set to be released on the 13th November 2015. You can now film a complete live clip of the track 'March Of The Poozers' here:

A special teaser clip for the live release was also recently launched and you can find that here:

Shot on 15 high-definition cameras, it was directed by Paul M Green (Devin Townsend, Opeth, BB King, Steve Hackett) and features special guests such as Dominique Lenore Persi (Stolen Babies), Chris Jericho (world-famous wrestler and singer of US band Fozzy) and Jean Savoie, with video narration by Bill Courage, as well as 12 singers & actors as cast and choir. The first half consists of the 'Dark Matters' album (from 'Z²') played in full, while the second half sees DTP playing tracks from across Devin's career.

The release will arrive in several formats including an Artbook of 44 pages incl. the entire concert as well as extensive behind-the-scenes bonus footage and a full documentary, pressed on 3 CDs, 2 DVDs and a Blu Ray Disc, as Special Edition Digipak with 3 CDs and a DVD and as BluRay including the entire show and bonus material. You can pre-order all formats now from the following links:

Last year, Devin Townsend Project released the acclaimed Z² double-album, and more recently the two parts that made up that album , 'Dark Matters' & 'Sky Blue', were released as separate CD editions. You can order those below:

You can find some of the media reactions to Z² below:

'Simultaneously beautiful and bewildering.' ' 4/5 ' The Guardian
'Z² offers an eclectic and exhilarating joyride.' ' 8/10 ' Metal Hammer
'Townsend's magnum opus to date' ' Prog Magazine
'epic, beautiful and dynamic.' ' 8/10 - Rocksound


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