The Swedes Sonic Syndicate decided to kick off this week by releasing a new song unto the masses. If you are curious about what Confessions, their new album, sounds like, you can now listen to the first single. "Start A War" is available in the form of a lyric video. How do you feel about the song? Share your thoughts.
Sonic Syndicate's new album is coming and the first details have been revealed. The output is hitting stores on October 14th, 2016 on Despotz Records, followed by the Maximalism European tour with Amaranthe and Smash Into Pieces. The band describes their new coming album Confessions as a new start for Sonic Syndicate. In late June 2016, the band entered Purple Skull Music to record their new album with producer Kritoffer Folin.
Sonic Syndicate have released a video for the second single, "Before You Finally Break", off the band's upcoming self-titled, fifth album. The clip was shot by renowned director Patric Ullaeus (In Flames, Dimmu Borgir, Children Of Bodom) and features Soilwork singer Björn "Speed" Strid on guest vocals. Check it out here now!
After sharing the details of their first album in four years, Sonic Syndicate debut a new track today. You can finally hear an example of what the band has to offer this time around. The group's upcoming fifth studio album will be self-titled and you can hear "'Black Hole Halo" right this minute.
The Swedes Sonic Syndicate have been busy working on their new album, their first in four years. Today the first details have been revealed. Their upcoming fifth studio album will be self-titled and is set to be released on July 4th, 2014 via Nuclear Blast. Feast your eyes on the cover art below. You can expect a new song to be released very soon.
Swedish metallers Sonic Syndicate have entered Bohus Sound studios in Kungälv, Sweden. The band's new effort is set to be released in the summer of 2014 via Nuclear Blast and is being recorded and produced together with renowned producer Roberto Laghi (In Flames, Mustasch).
Swedish metallers Sonic Syndicate have broken the silence and released a video confirming that the band is currently working on new material for the follow-up to 2010's We Rule The Night and that their hiatus is over. You can watch the video below and stay tuned for more news from the band soon.
We Rule The Night, the new album from Swedish metallers Sonic Syndicate, is available for streaming in its entirety on the band's MySpace page. The album is scheduled for release on August 27 via Nuclear Blast Records.
We Rule The Night cover art] tracklist:
01. Beauty And The Freak
02. Revolution, Baby
03. Turn It Up
04. My Own Life
05. Burn This City
06. Black And Blue
07. Miles Apart
08. Plans Are For People
09. Leave Me Alone
10. Break Of Day
11. We Rule The Night
Modern metallers Sonic Syndicate have revealed the first details for their upcoming effort We Rule The Night, out May 28th via Nuclear Blast.
"The time has once again arrived for all of us in Sonic Syndicate to unleash a new album on the world. Just a short time ago we burned down your city and now we're back with full force to announce that We Rule The Night. Over the last few months we've been working on the artwork for our new album - coming out on May 28th, 2010 - with our good friend Gustavo Sazes. We asked Gustavo to create a bright cover that was also very dark to fit with the title of out new album. After countless hours of frustration and adjustments an email arrives with what has now become the brightest yet darkest cover we could possibly hope for. Ladies and Gentlemen, boys and girls, children of all ages. We present to you the cover artwork of our new album, We Rule The Night."
Sonic Syndicate are all set to enter the studio to "make their new monster", as the band delicately put it. The Swedish metallers will be recording the new album with producer Toby Wright. The new Sonic Syndicate monster is eagerly anticipating an April 2010 release, but in the meantime you can follow the band's studio endeavors on their blog, available at this location.
In other news, Sonic Syndicate have confirmed some Russian tour dates for April 2010. The band will be heading east starting off in Tallinn, Estonia on April 1st continuing into the Russian Federation for an extensive 10 show tour.
Shows that have been confirmed so far are:
April 1- Tallinn @ Rock Cafe
April 2 - Saint Petersburg @ Orlandina
Swedish rockers, Sonic Syndicate, have uploaded a brand new track called "Burn This City" on their MySpace page. You can check it out here, and also hear the new singer Nathan J. Biggs performing.
A video to "Burn This City" was shot by Patric Ullaeus of Revolver Film Company.
The band will be releasing a new EP called "The Rebellion Pack", which contains two brand new songs ("Burn This City" (album and radio version), "Rebellion In Nightmareland") featuring Nathan, on November 6th which comes together with the latest album "Love And Other Disasters" as an all-in-one-package.
A new album is due in April/May 2010, so stay tuned!
"Sonic Syndicate regrets to announce that Roland Johansson has decided to leave Sonic Syndicate due to personal reasons beyond our control. All of us in Sonic Syndicate wish Roland the best of luck in the future and we plan to continue our friendship/brotherhood outside the band. Thank you for all the hard work, and the good/bad times we had together.
Today we have started the search for a new singer. All of us in Sonic Syndicate are so full of energy and we can't wait to get a new member/family member into the band and continue our long life dreams. The last two years have been more then amazing for us, we've seen half the world, meet so many great fans and made even more along the way. You guys are what keeps us alive and makes life exciting.
Swedish youngsters Sonic Syndicate have their new video clip ready. "Powershift," which comes off their latest successful record "Love And Other Disasters" will have its premiere today, February 18th exclusively on the band´s MySpace Video Channel.
"Powershift" is one of two videos (along with "Contradiction") that Sonic Syndicate recently shot with director Marius Böttcher of Quent Film. Check out photos from the video shoot at this location.
The band is currently touring Europe alongside label mates Deathstars.