HOWLING SYN On Hiatus

Patryk Pigeon of the Canadian gothic metal band HOWLING SYN has issued the following update:

"HOWLING SYN has decided to take a break for a while. After almost 10 years and some lineup changes, we think it's best for us to explore new stuff and recharge our artistic batteries. Personally, I will now concentrate more on my new passion that is photography. For those who don't know, I've been doing concert and model photography for about two years now and I really enjoy it a lot!

"In early 2007, we have recorded our third album, 'A Taste of Modern Evil'. On February 13, 2008, we will release it exclusively on the Internet for now at a very reasonable price. More details will be announced soon. In the meantime, we've added four full songs and two samples from this new album on our MySpace page. We have worked hard on this album and felt it would be wrong to take this break without giving our fans the chance to hear it."

Check out the "A Taste of Modern Evil" artwork at this location.

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