Devilskin To Stream 2018 Homegrown Festival Performance Tonight

Devilskin is doing its part to help Americans get through the 2020 Covid-19 pandemic.

The band will air its 2018 performance at the Live at Homegrown Festival at 8 p.m. ET tonight.  The performance will stream on the band’s official YouTube channel.  It was captured for VR by New Zealand-based company Orbe.

The special recording style means audiences can take in the concert in 4K 60fps using the YouTube App on a VR headset, tablet, smartphone, smart TV or on your computer’s browser.  For those audiences who do not own a VR headset, the ability to pan and tilt the view 360-degrees is still there, for a fully immersive experience.

 

 

Courtesy: TAG Publicity

After taking in the concert, audiences can also enjoy three songs from Devilskin’s forthcoming album Red, which is scheduled for independent release April 3.  The album has spawned the singles ‘All Fall Down,’ ‘Corrode,’ and ‘Endo.’  The album’s full track listing is noted below.

 

Track List:
1. Do You See Birds
2. All Fall Down
3. Corrode
4. Eyes Red Heavy
5. Same Life
6. The Victor
7. Bllod & Bone
8. Endo
9. Bright Eyes
10. Sweet Release
11. Be Like the River
12. Everybody’s High But Me

 

 

Pre-orders and Pre-saves are open now for Red here.

More information on Red is available along with all of Devilskin’s latest news and more at:

 

Website: http://devilskin.co.nz

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/DevilskinNZ

Twitter: http://twitter.com/devilskinNZ

 

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