11:07 - Mr. Strawberry Nowadays, Shouting costs money...:( better off being dumb on MS
11:00 - !J.O.O.E.! God Buster, I'm PMing you my PayPal, so you can send me the money it costs for me in bandwidth to display your posts and shouts.
10:57 - !J.O.O.E.! Like when Instagram first came out, everything had really massive borders and really obvious filters. Doesn't seem as bad on there these days though.
10:55 - Mr. Strawberry To me, you're wrong all the time, but no worries, you're always right in public eyes because your taste is very "commercial" :) most importantly you've to feel good for yourself is enough :0
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!
For another example of what the new album Sonic Syndicate will bring, listen to "'Black Hole Halo" over here. Expect the album on July 4th (Europe), July 7th (UK), and July 8th (US), via Nuclear Blast.
Commented singer Nathan James Biggs: "I'm honored to call Speed a friend. I've been a big Soilwork fan for years. Those guys were a massive hand in crafting that trademark Swedish sound so it made perfect sense to ask Speed when we knew we wanted to do a song with guest vocals. Performance wise I think we have similar styles and execution, but at the same time we both have our own thing going on so the voices compliment each other to great effect. My idea was also to have a real battle between our vocals. I hate it when you have these 'featuring' songs and the guest just pops up for a chorus and then does backing vocals for a while in the verse or something. This is a real fight between us for the mic and I'm sure people are gonna appreciate that."
Bjorn "Speed" Strid adds: "Working with Sonic Syndicate is always a pleasure, whether it's in the studio, tour, or in a cool looking abandoned car shop in the industrial area of Gothenburg. I loved recording vocals on this song and especially being able to do somewhat of a duet with Nathan Biggs. He's a truly talented singer and a good friend. Doing the video was easy, fun and pretty intense at the same time. It turned out real sick.. Check it out!"