SCAR SYMMETRY, the Swedish melodic death metal band featuring members of THEORY IN PRACTICE, INCAPACITY, and CENTINEX, will release their second album, "Pitch Black Progress", in North America on May 2 via Nuclear Blast Records. The final track listing is as follows:
01. The Illusionist
02. Slaves to the Subliminal
03. Mind Machine
04. Pitch Black Progress
05. Calculate the Apocalypse
06. Dreaming 24/7
08. The Kaleidoscopic God
10. Oscillation Point
11. The Path of Least Resistance
According to SCAR SYMMETRY drummer Henrik Ohlsson (who has proudly expanded his family with a new son, Melvin, born in late January), the band will be flying to Serbia to re-shoot a video for the song "The Illusionist" in mid-March with iCODE, who produced the last DEATHSTARS video.
In addition to their show in June with DARKANE in Stockholm, Sweden, SCAR SYMMETRY will be joining labelmates HYPOCRISY, SOILWORK, AMORPHIS, and ONE MAN ARMY & THE UNDEAD QUARTET in April for the Neckbreaker's Ball tour and will perform at the Wacken, Earthshaker, Summer Breeze, Metal Camp, and ProgPower festivals in Europe.
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