Sonic Syndicate Writing New Album
Vocalist Richard Sjunnesson has recently posted an update on Sonic Syndicate's Oficial Website:
"We are also working very hard on new material for a follow up to “Eden Fire” and we have about five new songs finished that will surely tear you a new asshole while exposed. Roger is generating more songs at the moment than a rabid bunny can produce foam at the mouth with rage. But fear not, even if he works fast, it’s not something robotically forced bullshit he spews out…no no: it’s fucking quality and by far the best shit he ever came up. I’m at the moment busy writing new mind busting lyrics for the fellows and we are all looking forward to visit the studio and get some immortalizing going in a near future."
You can read the full update on the band's site here.
Sonic Syndicate has also updated their tour agenda with several new gigs, including a mini-tour featuring Avatar and Inevitable End.
Sonic Syndicate upcomming gigs:
Dec 26 - Falkenberg Smedjan (with: By Night, Jeremiha)
Jan 28 - Göteborg Meeths (with: Avatar, Inevitable end)
Feb 03 - Nässjö Pinnen (with: Avatar, Inevitable End)
Feb 04 - Alingsås Fabriken (with: Avatar, Inevitable End)
Feb 08 - Göteborg Sticky Fingers
Feb 11 - Falkenberg Smedjan (with: Arise, Trendkill, Vile Scar)
More 2006 dates will be announced in the near future.
"Eden Fire" was released on September 13, 2005 through Florida based record label Pivotal Rockordings. The label has recently posted an e-card, featuring "Jailbreak," "Soulstone Splinter" and "Lament of Innocence".
In addition, here are two direct download links of full songs from the album:
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