Welcome to the official DIVINITY website!!
We're based in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. We've been described as Progressive Death Metal but we like to think we are much more than that... Our sound will always be an ever-expanding sphere of influence from all facets of audio and human consciousness.
We've been a hard working group for many years and we put our fullest effort into creating powerful heavy music with a message full of intensity, heart, soul, and intelligence.
Pre-Order The New Album - Directly Supports the Band
We have decided to create our 3rd full-length album in a different way. We will create a 3 part series of 4-song EP albums that will develop a full length concept album trilogy.
The new album is called The Immortalist. The album concept will involve many different real-life topics with a sci-fi twisted story. It will be a journey of man who figures out how to become immortal and able to guide humanity via the subconscious dreamworld to a deeper and more connected existence with earth and every living being on the planet. The story will involve: crop circles, covert operations, DMT, lucid dreaming, aliens, government conspiracies, and technological warfare.
Part 1, Awestruck | BUY NOW
Part 2, Momentum | PRE-ORDER COMING SOON!
Part 3, Conqueror | PRE-ORDER COMING SOON!
Awestruck, Momentum, and Conqueror are the 3 EP Albums that will make up The Immortalist Trilogy. We've been working on this project since early 2012 and have made good progress thus far. The Immortalist Pt. 1 - Awestruck was released on April 22, 2013 and it's available to listen to or purhcase online right now!
Support us directly with 'Crowdfunding'
If you haven't heard of the term 'Crowdfunding', you need to go here. We are humbly asking for your help to fund the rest of the recording process so we can finish and release the entire trilogy to you and the rest of the world. We hope you decide to join in our fun and become a Divinity Collective member! More info on how to support us coming soon!!
We've added a 2nd singer - Jeff "Beast" Waite
Why have one singer... when you can have two?
A Tribute to Rob Doherty