CYNIC: Quality Performance Footage Of New Song Available

Quality fan-filmed live footage of the reunited progressive rock/metal band CYNIC performing a new song, "Wheels Within Wheels", on January 31, 2010 at the Trocadero in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania can be viewed below (courtesy of "impaledonafence1"). The track is expected to appear on the group's forthcoming EP, which is due later in the year. In addition to "Wheels Within Wheels", the EP will reportedly contain reinterpretations of four tracks from CYNIC's latest album, "Traced In Air".

"Traced in Air" was released in North America on November 25, 2008 via Season of Mist. The CD's first run was a limited-edition hardcover digipack with the cover artwork embossed to further showcase the beautiful cover by renowned artist Robert Venosa, as well as eight original pieces of art paired with the eight songs found on the album. Venosa created the unmistakable cover and visuals for 1993's groundbreaking "Focus" album. This limited edition also featured a poster of the cover art. Also released the same day was the "Traced in Air" collector's box, which was only available for order online and limited to 1,000 copies.

Returning from the "Focus" era for the new eight-song, 35-minute effort are founding members Paul Masvidal (guitar, vocals) and Sean Reinert (drums) along with Sean Malone (bass), and joining the band in the studio was newcomer Tymon Kruidenier (guitars/growls). The band recorded the effort at a California studio with producer Warren Riker (DOWN, SANTANA).

For a list of upcoming CYNIC shows, visit the band's MySpace page.


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