SYNASTRY: Photos From 'As The Dust Settles' Video Shoot Available
Montreal-based extreme metal quartet SYNASTRY has posted photos from the group's video shoot for "As The Dust Settles" in the photo section of the band's MySpace page. The clip was directed by Chad Archibald (ARISE AND RUIN, 3 MILE SCREAM, FAREWELL TO FREEWAY) and is scheduled to make its debut sometime in October.
SYNASTRY's debut album, "Blind Eyes Bleed", is available now in stores through Year of the Sun Records and was hailed by Blogcritics.org as "a definite must for fans of MACHINE HEAD and MNEMIC." The album was recorded in Montreal under the watchful eye of producer Kevin Jardine (ex-SLAVES ON DOPE) and features guest appearances by THE AGONIST's frontwoman Alissa White Gluz and former ARCH ENEMY founding vocalist Johan Liiva.
SYNASTRY's rise through the death metal scene is no doubt in part to their non-stop work ethic. The group's explosive live show has won over fans of ROTTING CHRIST, FOREVER IN TERROR, and 3 MILE SCREAM, while their impressive online networking skills has made them the #1 ranked unsigned band on MySpace's death metal category.
SYNASTRY live in Montreal:
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