SYN:DROM Issues Album Update

Swedish death metallers SYN:DROM (formerly BLACKBREATH) have issued the following update:

"Most of the songs for the [debut SYN:DROM] album are done and pre-recorded. We will write about 3-4 more songs in addition to the ones that are done! The album will definitely contain the most brutal and intense material that we have ever created!

"The recording sessions will start somewhere around late August/early September 2009! The release date is not set for the moment, but we are working on getting the album out in December 2009!"

SYN:DROM recently inked a two-album deal with ViciSolum Productions.

Two songs from SYN:DROM can be heard using the player below.

The band describes its musical direction as "high-quality death metal in the vein of HATE ETERNAL, AEON and DECAPITATED."


Jonny Pettersson (BONEGOD, MOURNING, HUMAN HARVEST) - Vocals
Roger Bergsten (PSYCHO POETRY, ex-HECTORITE) - Guitars
David Karlsson - Lead Guitars
Daniel Mikaelsson (MOURNING) - Drums
Daniel Åsén – Bass

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