"Eden Fire", the debut album from Swedish metallers SONIC SYNDICATE, will be re-released in the U.S. and Canada on December 9, 2008 through Pivotal Rockordings via Koch Distribution.
Commented Pivotal Rockordings owner Leevan Macomeau: "This album started it all for the band as well as for our record label, so when given the opportunity to give 'Eden Fire' the proper North American distribution that it never received, we were more than ecstatic. We are looking forward to cooperating with France's Listenable Records and North America's Koch Distribution in order to bring our catalogue to the masses!"
"Eden Fire" was originally released on September 13, 2005.
"Love and Other Disasters" (Nuclear Blast), the third album from SONIC SYNDICATE, recenty entered the official chart in Germany at position No. 36. This was the group's second highest entry ever (behind the CD's No. 15 debut in Sweden last week) as well as the highest in Germany so far.
"Love and Other Disasters" was released in North America on October 14 via Nuclear Blast Records. The effort was made available as a regular CD as well as a digipack featuring two bonus tracks and a DVD.
Check out an e-card for the CD at this location.
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