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Virginia’s DEAD SYNDICATE have announced the following upcoming shows:
April 14 - Lemoyne, PA @ The Champion Ship (Death For Life III Fest)
April 30 - Springfield, VA @ Jaxx w/ Behemoth
May 12 - Charlottesville, VA @ Uotback Lodge
Virginia's Dead Syndicate have posted three new preview tracks from their upcoming album, "The Carrion Creed,". You can check them out here.
“The Carrion Creed” is scheduled for release on January 13th, 2007. The cover artwork for "The Carrion Creed" can be viewed online here.
Dead Syndicate's Black Morning Star Records debut entitled “The Carrion Creed” is scheduled for release on January 13th, 2007. Dead Syndicate begins recording this Friday, November 3rd at Nightsky Studios in Maryland. Drummer Michael Arcane explains, “We’ve been working incredibly hard to pull this entire project together, and we are chomping at the bit to finally record it. The CD is going to be brutal as all hell. The music is going to floor people, and our fans are going to love it. The CD package is chock full of original art…we just hope the album overall is going to blow people away. We want fans to get their money’s worth with this album.”
The label has also released the track listing for the debut album:
Plague of all Plagues
Kampstoff Lost (Agent H)
Whore of Babylon
Kill Like A God
The Carrion Creed
Black Morning Star Records has announced the signing of Virginia death metal band Dead Syndicate. The band will record their debut full length album in November 2006 at Nightsky Studios (Waldorf, MD) . Black Morning Star Records has tentatively scheduled a January/February 2007 release.
On Thursday, September 1st, I drove down to Jaxx in Springfield, Virginia to see Obituary, Napalm Death, and Dead To Fall play. This is a lineup that I would not normally have gone out to see, but one of my friends is a big Dead To Fall fan and I was interested in checking all of these bands out anyway, but I might not have gone to the show without any other motivation. As it turns out, my friend never showed up or returned my calls. (Note to self: get new friends that are into metal AND reliable). Having driven almost an hour to get there and paid $25 to get in, I was going to see this show anyway. More...