CYNIC In Montreal: Interview, Performance Footage Available
HardTimes.ca conducted an interview with guitarist/vocalist Paul Masvidal of the reunited progressive rock/metal band CYNIC on August 4, 2010 when the band played at Café Campus in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. You can now watch the chat below. Also available is performance footage from the Montreal concert.
CYNIC has just completed the inaugural Hall of Fame tour. Historic in every sense, the Hall of Fame tour, titled "Re-Traced / Re-Focused Live", saw the band performing Hall of Fame album "Focus" in its entirety, along with tracks from the group's lauded second album, "Traced in Air", and more. Direct support came from progressive masters INTRONAUT and DYSRHYTHMIA.
On May 17, CYNIC released a brand new EP entitled "Re-Traced", featuring reinterpretations of four songs from the group's critically acclaimed "Traced In Air" album as well as a previously unreleased song.
"Re-Traced" track listing:
05. Wheels Within Wheels
"Traced in Air" was released in North America on November 25, 2008 via Season of Mist.
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