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The Synaptic Dissent Writing New Songs

Kentucky's The Synaptic Dissent has issued the following update about writing new material:

"Still at it.Feels like its taken forever to get things into perspective.A few thigs have changed since the last update.Dave,as talented as he is,will not be carrying on in the writing for the upcoming album.He is a great guy,a great drummer and a dedicated UofL fan. But I recently had the pleasure of jamming with my longtime friend Josh Ricci(from Antikythera,check em out and buy the new cd Pantheon.Do it now, do it immediately).

"This was merely meant to be me and him trying to write some material for him to sing and write vocals too.Plus we've always had a great time playing music and write very well together.So beers and jammin,good stuff. Im rambling.

"We started playing and I was messin about with some of the newer stuff I had written for Synaptic and it just worked.Its coming along so well that we may even have a few teaser tracks up before the end of September.Without John Ryans tracks though,cuz he will need a bit more time to tinker with them due to some technical difficulties with his gear,and he just needs to mess with them..

"side note:John also plays a solo piano/ambient track on Antikythera's Pantheon release as well.Communique via Bela Horizonte.go to my top friends,put the arrow on Antikythera,click.its that easy. Im very excited about he new stuff.I feel its the best music I have ever written.The songs have a lotta depth and feeling.

"Jay seems to be pretty tied up with Sound Mountain Studios(also on my top friends,peep em out),which is great.There is a lotta good stuff coming outta there and he is a magnificent engineer and person.We're still gonna try to squeeze his beautiful ass in there seeing that he wrote a major part in one song.lol.

"So check all that out and thx for reading my rants.I would also like to thank each of you for the kind comments and support.God knows I've been workin on this forever and its finally close to done."

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