Terror Syndrome Set To Record New Material
Canadian metal band Terror Syndrome are set to record new material in 2009 and potentially release a full length album. The band issue the following statement:
"Just wanted to wish you all an awesome holiday season. Hope you all get what you want and have a safe time over the holidays....if you drink, don't drive!!! All the best to you all in 2009, it's going to be a great year and we look forward to seeing many of you when we start touring!
As for the last update for 2008, here's what we got going on....
In early January 2009, Terror Syndrome will be hitting the studio to record a track with our new singer Dave Padden (Annihilator frontman as well). We will be going in to record the track with engineer and my brother Jay Van Poederooyen who is the engineer/mixer for well known producer Brian Howes, together they have worked on projects such Hinder (both albums), Puddle of Mud, Rev Theory and many other famous acts. Needless to say we will get some awesome sounds and the song will be released on iTunes world wide as soon as we are finished mixing and mastering the song.
I'll be producing the song like I did with the Terror Syndrome album. This song will more than likely be added to the debut Terror Syndrome album when we release it on CD in 2009. We will release more details after the song is recorded... this will be a song many of you already know and it will be heavy, heavy, HEAVY!
As for touring, we are working on tour dates for early 2009 and will keep you posted when they are 100% confirmed. We cannot wait to bring the Terror to as many places as possible. As for the live video we mentioned... that is being worked on and will be released in the new year on You Tube and our My space page as well."
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