Symphony Of Malice
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Ferocious riffs, relentless harmonies and tight rhythms are the backbone of the heavy metal powerhouse known as Symphony Of Malice, hailing from Stamford, Connecticut.
Guitar brand ESP recently posted a video by Symphony Of Malice that features a cover of Metallica’s "Blackened." Check it out below, courtesy of ESPGuitars.com.
Connecticut metal band Symphony Of Malice is streaming samples from its recent album "Judgement Day: The Aftermath" over on CD Baby. You can listen to previews of all ten tracks at that location. Guitarists Gus Sinaro and Joey Concepcion from the band have also posted a video upload of both of them doing a guitar playthrough of the track "Turn to Ashes," which is streaming below. Watch a guitar playthrough of the track "Endless Desolation" over at this location.
Connecticut metal band Symphony Of Malice has unveiled its second official music video, this time for the track "Endless Desolation." That song is part of the band's recent release "Judgement Day (The Aftermath)." The video was directed by Edwin Escobar with the script for it done by Symphony Of Malice guitarist/vocalist Gus Sinaro.
Connecticut metal band Symphony Of Malice has unleashed its first official video for the track "Nothing Left in Us." Check out the video below. The band is also streaming the track "War Conspiracy" over on their Facebook page, a song which will appear on their first full-length "Judgement Day - The Aftermath." Symphony Of Malice also has two shows coming up, one for It's A Metal Christmas Show at The Room in Brookfield, CT on December 21st and another event titled Aftermath on the 22nd at the El'N'Gee Club in New London.
We've done a Connecticut scene report before, but the volume of bands coming from this third-smallest U.S. state is incredibly big - so today it merits another look. Connecticut has a long history with metal music, due to the vast number of colleges and radio stations promoting the scene in the eighties and beyond. The Constitution state also has a rich hardcore history that ties in with the metal scene, which dates back prior to the existence of that legendary club The Anthrax in South Norwalk. The classic metal and hardcore shows played there became the subject of the book "Everybody's Scene: The Story of Connecticut's Anthrax Club," which was penned by Chris Daily. Check out that book trailer here. Even the fabulous Forced Reality (a band with members of the now disbanded Skeletal Ambitions) has reformed and is playing oi punk rock again, recently doing a few shows down south. More...