Video: DEVIN TOWNSEND Performs 'Ocean Machine' Songs Live In Bournemouth

April 13, 2015

Fan-filmed video footage of Canadian multi-instrumentalist, singer, songwriter and producer Devin Townsend performing two songs — "Bastard (Not One Of My Better Days / The Girl From Blue City)" and "The Death Of Music" — from his 1997 album "Ocean Machine: Biomech" live in their entirety for the first time Saturday night, April 11 in Bournemouth, United Kingdom can be seen below.

Devin will play a landmark show at London's legendary Royal Albert Hall tonight Monday, April 13 by performing a live version of his entire "Z2" album. He said: "Basically what we did with 'The Retinal Circus' a few years back will be taken to the next level with 'Z2' live."

Townsend was honored in the "Metal/Hard Music Album Of The Year" category at this year's Juno Awards (the Canadian equivalent of the Grammy Awards),which was held on March 15 at FirstOntario Centre in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada.

"Z2" is a double album where the first CD is a DEVIN TOWNSEND PROJECT album called "Sky Blue", and the second disc is a ZILTOID album called "Dark Matters".

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