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Posted on Jun 20, 2014 11:46 am
If you happen to be interested in singing on Devin Townsend's upcoming album "Ziltoid 2," you're going to like this article, as Hevy Devy is inviting fans to contribute vocal parts on the new release.
So how does the whole thing work? As Devin himself explained in the clip below, the new album has parts featuring the vibe of an "arena singing," meaning that everyone should feel free to contribute, including you.
If your vocal skills aren't exactly top-notch, have no worries. Devy is well aware that not everyone is a flawless vocalist, and is even looking for a dose of imperfection, pointing out that "not everybody in an arena is a perfect singer."
In order to apply, you'll need to follow this link and check out the vocal lines Townsend has in store. Then you'll need to record and submit them by next Wednesday (June 25) and as long as it's not plain awful or silly, Devin's going to "utilize it."
In related news, Townsend has recently premiered a Casualties of Cool video "Mountaintop." The eerie vibe and quality drawing really are something, make sure to check out the clip below.
Back to the "Z2," you can check out the full explanation in the clip below. So what are you waiting for? Get crackin'!