09:23 - Daggon Hey, it only rains everyday only on the middle of the year, the rest of the time it's quite sunny if you ask (I'm talking about Mexico City)
08:22 - scapeplan Weather is pretty freaking arbitrary in my region. The sky has been overcast today, yesterday it was about 85F without a single cloud.
07:23 - Egigantea @Jaeryd17 I stayed in Mexico City for a month, rained there every day. It really sucks trust me
05:47 - Jaeryd17 @Boxcar - I live in the middle of the Arizona desert... I would also be happy if it rained every day. All I have is searing heat and blinding sunshine for the vast majority of the year.
Back in December of 2012, progressive metal band Cynic announced that they were in the studio, working on their new LP. Early working titles for tracks include: "Endlessly Bountiful", "Moon Heart Sun Head", and "True Hallucination Speak". Now Paul Masvidal confirmed that the new album is coming in the fall of 2013.
Exciting news from the Cynic camp today. The progressive metallers have entered Perfect Sound studios in Hollywood, California to begin recording their new album. Their last album was released in 2008 (Traced In Air), followed by two EPs (Re-Traced and Carbon-Based Anatomy).
Carbon-Based Anatomy, the new EP from US progressive band Cynic is now streaming online in its entirety at this location. The EP was released yesterday in Europe and will also be released in North America on November 15th. More EP details were previously reported over here.
"Box Up My Bones", a brand new song from US progressive metallers Cynic is now streaming online at this location.
"Box Up My Bones" comes off the band's upcoming new EP titled Carbon-Based Anatomy, which will see the light of day on November 11th in Europe (November 15th in North America). More album details were previously reported here.
Marking the release of Carbon-Based Anatomy, progressive metallers Cynic have confirmed a very special release party for this Wednesday, November 2nd, at Idle Hands Bar in New York. The band will be signing copies of the new EP and take part in a special intimate acoustic performance.
With the previously announced EP teaser, US progressive metallers Cynic has now released a new song. The song, entitled "Carbon-Based Anatomy", can be streamed on Season Of Mist's Facebook page (You'll have to 'Like' the page to access the stream) or on Season Of Mist's official website, where you also can download the song.
US progressive metal band Cynic released a short teaser of their upcoming EP Carbon-Based Anatomy and you can watch it below. The new EP will be released on November 11th, 2011 (US) and November 15th, 2011 (Europe). All bass parts were recorded by Sean Malone, who had also previously recorded the bass parts in Focus and Traced In Air. More EP details were previously reported over here.
Forefathers of Progressive Metal Cynic have recorded a new EP entitled Carbon-Based Anatomy, to be released on November 11th in Europe (November 15th in North America). Contrary to last year's Re-Traced, this new EP exclusively consists of brand new material.
Cynic are still busy working on writing new material. Guitarist/vocalist Paul Masvidal issued the following update on the forthcoming release:
"I've been working away in the home studio writing lots of new songs and keeping off the grid to stay creatively focused. Apologies for having been a bit reclusive in our digital age of informational abundance! It's safe to say that Cynic already has plenty of material for a new record, but something keeps the inspiration going to write more. I feel like I'm on for the ride and just seeing what manifests as a result of sitting on the train and looking out the window. As we move further along and closer to 'destination recording', the album will start to shape itself and the appropriate songs will be chosen.
US metallers Cynic have issued the following update on their official website:
"Dear Cynic Fans,
We're announcing a change in the band's lineup this winter. After much soul-searching and discussion, Cynic will say goodbye to bassist Robin Zielhorst and guitarist Tymon Kruidenier. This decision was reached mutually, with great respect for each other as people and the work that we've done over the past 2-3 years. The logistical challenges of maintaining a band that is half based in The Netherlands and the other half in the United States (drummer Sean Reinert and guitarist Paul Masvidal live in California), has become unworkable. The pre-production stages for Cynic's next release have just begun and it seemed like an appropriate time to define the next chapter of the band. The new Cynic release is coming in summer 2011 on the Season Of Mist label.
US metallers Cynic have issued the following update on their MySpace blog;
"Dear Cynic family,
We'd like to thank you guys for making our first ever US headlining tour a great success and a lot of fun for us personally! Not only did we have a great time performing a set list this extensive, there was also a real family vibe going on behind the scenes between us, our crew and the guys from Intronaut and Dysrhythmia.
As we are wrapping up our touring cycle for Traced In Air and Re-Traced with this successful tour, it's time to get ready for album number 3! The first baby steps into this gigantic process are being taken right now, creating little embryos of songs that will turn into fully fledged Cynic tunes over the course of the following months, exciting!
Decibel Magazine and Cynic are proud to announce the inaugural Hall of Fame tour. The "Hall of Fame" tour, titled Re-Traced/Re-Focused Live, will see progressive metal icons Cynic perform their first album Focus in its entirety, along with tracks from the group's lauded second album, Traced in Air, and more. Direct support comes from progressive masters Intronaut and Dysrhythmia.
"We're not only excited about this "Hall Of Fame" tour with Decibel, we're committed to giving Cynic fans a unique and memorable concert experience unlike ever before," says Cynic frontman/guitarist Paul Masvidal. "Focus will be performed in its entirety from start to finish, along with Traced in Air and beyond. It's going to be a journey directly into Cynic's pulsating, vibrant heart."
To back up the release of the Re-Traced EP due next May 17th, US prog metallers Cynic will embark on a European tour during June. More Re-Traced album info is available here, a link to download the track "King Of Those Who Know" can be found here. Here is the tour schedule:
04 June - Toulouse (FR) - Le Phare (Toulouse Metal Fest)
05 June - Lyon (FR) - Le Transbordeur (Lyon Metal Fest)
06 June - Paris (FR) - Nouveau Casino
08 June - Düdingen (CH) - Bad Bonn
09 June - Gorizia (CH) - Pieffe Factory
10 June - Alessandria (IT) - Mephisto Rock Café
11 June - Luzern (CH) - Schüür
12 June - Nickelsdorf (AT) - Nova Rock Festival
14 June - Barcelona (ES) - Be Cool
15 June - Bilbao (ES) - Sala Santana-Fever
On next May 17th, progressive metallers Cynic will release a brand new EP entitled Re-Traced, including reinterpretations of four songs from the critically acclaimed Traced in Air album, as well as a previously unreleased song. Watch the video teaser below.
"Re-Traced is an experiment for us - an opportunity to turn four songs from Traced in Air inside out and to share something new", comments frontman Paul Masvidal. "In our exploration, we've created music that is part "sci-fi prog folk", part psychedelic rock, part minimalist restraint. These interpretations feel channeled from another galaxy. For the most part the tunes reference some of our favourite musical forms and in our own curious way (electronic/ambient, jazz/fusion, drum n' bass, experimental, shoegaze). There is no vocoder, no traditionally busy Cynic riffs that are some of our most signatures sounds, but the music retains its song structure, integral melodic sense, harmony and lyrical inspiration."