Swedish metallers SONIC SYNDICATE will release their third album, "Love and Other Disasters", in North America on October 14 via Nuclear Blast Records (September 19 in Europe). In addition to the regular CD, a digipack version of the album will made available featuring two bonus tracks and a DVD.
"Jack of Diamonds", the new video from SONIC SYNDICATE, was shot with director Patric Ullaeus (DIMMU BORGIR, LACUNA COIL) of Revolver Film Company. Ullaeus previously worked with the band on the two clips that accompanied SONIC SYNDICATE's 2007 release "Only Inhuman".
"Love and Other Disasters" track listing:
02. Hellgate: Worcester
03. Jack of Diamonds
04. My Escape
06. Power Shift
08. Damage Control
09. Red Eyed Friend
12. Dead Planet
The second SONIC SYNDICATE online game can be accessed at this location. This time you have a chance to win rare VIP passes for the band's upcoming tour with IN FLAMES as well as signed and exclusive club singles and posters.
Capital Chaos has posted video footage of SONIC SYNDICATE performing on May 22, 2008 at the Boardwalk in Orangevale, California. Watch the clip below.
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