Guitarist TY FURY Quits 40 BELOW SUMMER, Joins SYNTHETIC DELUSION

Guitarist Ty Fury has left 40 BELOW SUMMER and has reunited with former MOTOGRATER guitarist J.R. (who now plays bass), and A-Bomb (vocals) in a new band called SYNTHETIC DELUSION. Rounding out the group are guitarist Vex and drummer Ryan.

In other news, SYNTHETIC DELUSION recently shot a two-song video at a vacant colonial mansion in West Michigan with directors Mark Fenlon and Nick Maiella.

SYNTHETIC DELUSION are planning on making their new EP, "Murder of Crows", available at their CD-release party June 25 at the the Ogden Theater in Denver, Colorado. The track listing for the EP is as follows:

01. Try to Live
02. Murder of Crows (Blood of my Blood)
03. Endless Struggle
04. Looking Back (Cursed)
05. Death Before Dishonor

For more information, visit www.syntheticdelusion.com.

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