Former SINDROME Drummer Resurfaces In SERVITUDE

SERVITUDE is the name of a new Chicago-area band featuring former SINDROME drummer Tony Ochoa and ex-PLAGUE guitarist Fly Affinitio. According to a posting on the band's web site, SERVITUDE hope to "fuse the simplistic songwriting of rock and roll's roots with the aggressive, drop-tuned edge of today."

Formed in 2004, the band — whose current lineup is rounded out by vocalist TJ (ex-OPEN HOLE SOUL) and bassist Ron Holstein (ex-PLAGUE, MAYHEM) — have uploaded five full-length demo tracks consisting of "straight-forward, cutting-edge rock and roll, holding true to its yesterdays while charging full steam into tomorrow."

The songs available for download are as follows:

01. Ender
02. Letting Go
03. All I Can Bleed
04. Haunting
05. Down So Low

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