SYN:DROM: Two Songs Available For Streaming
Swedish death metallers SYN:DROM (formerly BLACKBREATH) will release their debut album, "With Flesh Unbound", on April 30 via ViciSolum Productions. The CD was recorded at Nevo studios in Sundsvall, Sweden and was engineered and mixed by the bandmembers themselves.
"With Flesh Unbound" track listing:
01. Intro (Devoured)
02. Scorned Messiah
03. The Marked One
04. Obsolete Gods
05. In Utter Contempt
06. Trapped Beyond
07. A New World Order
08. Smashing The Face Of Belief
09. Hands Of Vengeance
10. Winds Of Disease
Two songs from the album — "Scorned Messiah" and "Obsolete Gods" — are available for streaming on SYN:DROM MySpace page.
The band describes its musical direction as "high-quality death metal in the vein of HATE ETERNAL, AEON and DECAPITATED."
Jonny Pettersson (BONEGOD, MOURNING, HUMAN HARVEST) - Vocals
Roger Bergsten (PSYCHO POETRY, ex-HECTORITE) - Guitars
David Karlsson - Lead Guitars
Daniel Mikaelsson (MOURNING) - Drums
Daniel Åsén – Bass
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