"some music was meant to stay underground..."


Formed: 1998
From: Copenhaghen, Denmark
Last Known Status: Regrouped

Latest Sinphonia News

Below is our complete Sinphonia news coverage, including columns and articles pertaining to the band. Some articles listed may be indirectly related, such as side projects of the band members, etc.

Note: We began associating news directly with bands in late 2003. Therefore, earlier band news may not be listed on this page.

Sinphonia Working On New Material

SINPHONIA, the Danish dark melodic metal band featuring ex-SIRENIA singer Monika Pedersen, HATESPHERE drummer Dennis Buhl, CHAOSWAVE guitarist Henrik "Guf" Rangstrup, and newly added bassist Leif N (JANUARY JAUNT), has commenced work on new material. The group — which has released two full-length albums so far (2000's "When the Tide Breaks" and 2001's "The Divine Disharmony") through Lucretia Records — is searching for a new label home for its upcoming third CD. The as-yet-untitled new effort is scheduled for release late next year.

According to a press release, SINPHONIA's new material will not be far removed from that on the 2005 "Silence" EP, although it will include "a darker yet more melodic touch."

The three songs from the "Silence" EP can be heard on the band's MySpace page.

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Chaoswave To Release Debut EP This Week

Guitarist Henrik "Guf" Rangstrup of the Danish progressive gothic metal band SINPHONIA will be releasing an EP with the Italian act CHAOSWAVE on November 7 via STD distribution. The four-song CD, "Chaoswave", was mixed by Jacob Hansen (ABORTED, HATESPHERE, RAUNCHY, INVOCATOR) at Hansen studios in Ribe, Denmark and is said to combine elements of heavy, thrash and progressive metal. An MP3 of the track "Swept Away" can be downloaded from Vitaminic.it.

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Sinphonia Have Returned

The dark progressive metal band Sinphonia have officially reunited. The Danish band with female vocals are in the process of writing material for a summer recording of a demo to present the material to new labels. Expect a style darker and less progressive than the previous two albums (out on Lucretia Records International), but still very much in the Sinphonia vein.

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