SONIC SYNDICATE Complete Work On Debut Album

Sweden-based metal sextet SONIC SYNDICATE (formerly FALLEN ANGELS) have completed work on their debut album, "Eden Fire", at StudioMega (THE CROWN, BESEECH) in Varberg, Sweden for an August 30 release via Florida's Pivotal Rockordings. Online mailorder will be provided by Century Media Records mailorder, The End Records, and Interpunk, among others. An MP3 of the song "Jailbreak" has been made available for download at

"Eden Fire" track listing:

Helix Reign - Chronicles of a Broken Covenant
I. Jailbreak
II. Enhance My Nightmare
III. History Repeats Itself Extinction - A Sinwar Quadrilogy
IV. Zion Must Fall
V. Misanthropic Coil
VI. Lament of Innocence
VII. Prelude to Extinction Black Lotus - The Shadow Flora
VIII. Soulstone Splinter
IX. Crowned in Despair
X. Where the Black Lotus Grows


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