Australian Metal Band SYNTHETIC BREED Releases New Single 'Xenogenesis'
Australian industrial metal heavyweights SYNTHETIC BREED have released a brand new single featuring the return of original vocalist Callan Hughes. The track "Xenogenesis" is a "taste of what's to come" from the emerging band, bringing a polished and more refined sound to the table while retaining the same formulated chaos the band is known for. "Xenogenesis" was mastered by Mike Spreitzer of DEVILDRIVER.
Hughes returned to the band in October 2012 and the band immediately started writing new material. "Xenogenesis" is the first track that was recorded by the reunited group.
SYNTHETIC BREED's new CD, which currently does not have a release date, is presently in the works.
"Xenogenesis" can be streamed exclusively on SYNTHETIC BREED's Facebook page and the Rogue Records Facebook page and is available worldwide on Rogue Records America's Bandcamp page. The single will released digitally on iTunes on January 25.
SYNTHETIC BREED is planning to release a "Xenogenesis" lyric video this week just in time for the NAMM show in Anaheim, California. The band's mobile app will also be updated for the event.
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