Swedish newcomers SONIC SYNDICATE recently entered Black Lounge Studios in Avesta, Sweden with producer Jonas Kjellgren (SCAR SYMMETRY) to begin recording the follow-up to last year's critically acclaimed "Only Inhuman" CD. Recording sessions will continue until the end of April, with the album tentatively scheduled for release in August via Nuclear Blast Records.The band has posted the fourth part of its exclusive studio diary on the web site of the German edition of the Metal Hammer magazine. Check it out in English and German. SONIC SYDICATE made its U.S. live debut with AMON AMARTH and HIMSA. The band will return in May as direct support to NIGHTWISH. SONIC SYNDICATE's video for the song "Enclave" has been posted at YouTube. The track comes off the Swedish metal band's sophomore CD, "Only Inhuman", which entered the German Media Control chart at position No. 64 an impressive feat considering the group had never performed in the country prior to the album's release. The CD also landed at No. 22 on the Swedish chart. SONIC SYNDICATE's video for the first single off "Only Inhuman", "Denied", can be viewed at this location.
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