Original news, posted on 25.09.2009

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!


UPDATE (thanks to Hamird)

Sonic Syndicate have uploaded the official video clip to their brand new track "Burn This City".





Source: nuclearblast.de
Band profile: Sonic Syndicate
 
Posted: 29.09.2009 by Ham:R



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Pétur - 26.09.2009 at 00:18  
Who here dares to admit it, that they like this band?
=maD.Doc:. - 26.09.2009 at 01:39  
Written by Pétur on 26.09.2009 at 00:18

Who here dares to admit it, that they like this band?

It would actually be rediculous not to dare, why be afraid of admiting something? I admit, I like Sonic Syndicate, and done so since they were named Fallen Angels, which means even before they released Eden Fire in 2005. Good music is good music, and everyone has there own tastes, it was kinda ridiculous of you to actually say a thing like you did.
Pétur - 26.09.2009 at 02:00  
Written by =maD.Doc:. on 26.09.2009 at 01:39

Written by Pétur on 26.09.2009 at 00:18

Who here dares to admit it, that they like this band?

It would actually be rediculous not to dare, why be afraid of admiting something? I admit, I like Sonic Syndicate, and done so since they were named Fallen Angels, which means even before they released Eden Fire in 2005. Good music is good music, and everyone has there own tastes, it was kinda ridiculous of you to actually say a thing like you did.

Sorry, it was not intended that way. I just see this band gets scolded a lot by metalheads to the point where it seems like a crime to like them. Everyone has it's own taste ofcourse.
GutturalNinja - 26.09.2009 at 05:41  
I like Eden Fire and 2 songs from their recent stuff (Jack of Diamonds and Denied) but I thought the new song (burn this city) was pathetically disgusting! Especially the chorus. Their 2 last album sucks in my opinion except for the two songs I mentionned.
selken - 26.09.2009 at 06:56  
Written by Pétur on 26.09.2009 at 00:18

Who here dares to admit it, that they like this band?


I like them... Actually a lot
Locke - 26.09.2009 at 12:13  
Sounds like someone sticking their dick in my ear.
iaberis - 26.09.2009 at 18:30  
The link ain't working for the track
Thryce - 26.09.2009 at 21:05  
Written by Locke on 26.09.2009 at 12:13

Sounds like someone sticking their dick in my ear.

At least you heard them coming.
Mr. Doctor - 26.09.2009 at 21:39  
God... I still can't believe who people likes this band. It goes beyond me.
I don't want to sound like an asshole at all, but I just can't understand what's so great about them...

The only thing worth checking out is that got girl. That is all.
Locke - 27.09.2009 at 02:30  
Written by Thryce on 26.09.2009 at 21:05

Written by Locke on 26.09.2009 at 12:13

Sounds like someone sticking their dick in my ear.

At least you heard them coming.


+1
JosipS - 30.09.2009 at 19:11  
These guys sound like fall out boy if they did metalcore, yuck.

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