SONIC SYNDICATE Begins Recording New Album

SONIC SYNDICATE Begins Recording New Album

Swedish/British modern metallers SONIC SYNDICATE have entered Ramtitam Studios in Stockholm to begin recording their sixth album, due later this year via Despotz Records & Music.

The first in a series of video clips from the studio can be seen below.

SONIC SYNDICATE announced its new recording and publishing deal with Despotz in February. The band's vocalist Nathan J Biggs stated at the time: "As you could imagine, we are super excited to be signing to Despotz Records based here in Stockholm, Sweden. We couldn't imagine a better place to call home.

"When the possibility of us working together first came up with this modern, creative and forward-thinking team, we pretty much had our mind set that this was where we belong.

"This is an exciting new chapter for both SONIC SYNDICATE and Despotz."

Despotz is a Swedish metal/rock/pop record label / publishing company which was founded in Stockholm in 2007 with artists such as RAUBTIER, THUNDERMOTHER, CRUCIFIED BARBARA, TAD MOROSE, BESEECH and many more.

Despotz co-founder and managing partner Carl-Marcus Gidlöf comments: "We at Despotz have recently taken the label international and have locked in fresh new exciting opportunities in North America with Sony / RED / Aisa. This signing further proves that our plan to work internationally, based here in Stockholm, directly with our artists combined with a strong PR/marketing and distribution setup is the future of Despotz. SONIC SYNDICATE share our vision, we've already had a number of creative conversations and we're looking towards an exciting future. We're honored to welcome SONIC SYNDICATE to the Despotz family."

SONIC SYNDICATE last year parted ways with longtime bassist Karin Axelsson and replaced her with Michel "Miche" Bärzén (DEGRADEAD).

SONIC SYNDICATE's self-titled fifth album was released on July 4, 2014 via Nuclear Blast.

SONIC SYNDICATE is:

Nathan J Biggs - Vocals
Robin Sjunnesson - Guitars
Michel Bärzén Bass
John Bengtsson - Drums

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