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Cynthesis Premieres New Nine-Minute Song "Persistence Of Visions"

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After releasing debut album "DeEvolution" back in 2011, Cynthesis is now back for a follow-up record that reunites three original members of Zero Hour -- brothers Jasun and Troy Tipton and vocalist Erik Rosvold - along with Enchant drummer Sean Flanagan.

The new album "ReEvolution" isn't due out until next month, but today you can get a preview of the release through the epic nine minute "Persistence of Visions" track.

Fans of Suspyre, Dream Theater, or Abnormal Thought Patterns are in for a progtastic experience that combines haunting passages, melodic clean singing, and complex instrumentation all in one musical journey.

Give the Metalunderground.com exclusive premiere a listen through the player below (due to the large size of the track, it may take a moment to load after clicking "play").

"ReEvolution" will see release via Sensory Records on June 4th. The album was mixed and co-produced by Forrester Savell and mastered by Alan Douches at West West Side Studios.

Pre-orders are available now at Amazon.com here, and the album's track listing is as follows:

1. Divine Night
2. Convergence
3. The Grand Fa├žade
4. A Most Trivial Pursuit
5. Persistence Of Visions
6. The Noble Lie
7. Release The Deity

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1. saxon83 writes:

Cool band!

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2. Spag writes:

Always awesome stuff from the Tipton bros

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