TERROR SYNDROME, the Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada-based band featuring THE DEVIN TOWNSEND BAND drummer Ryan Van Poederooyen, made its live debut on October 28 at the Tom Lee Music Hall in Vancouver as part of the Vancouver International Drum Festival presented by Tom Lee Music. A one-and-a-half-minute clip of the band's performance can be viewed below.
TERROR SYNDROME recently announced the addition of singer Dave Padden (ANNIHILATOR) to the group's ranks.
The band's self-titled debut album was released in July digitally through iTunes, Napster and Rhapsody.
"Terror Syndrome" was mixed by Devin Townsend (STRAPPING YOUNG LAD) and was mastered by Greg Reely (DEVILDRIVER, STRAPPING YOUNG LAD, MISERY SIGNALS, FEAR FACTORY).
Guest musicians on TERROR SYNDROME's debut CD include Alex Skolnick (TESTAMENT), Trevor Dunn (MR. BUNGLE, FANTOMAS), Devin Townsend (STRAPPING YOUNG LAD, DEVIN TOWNSEND BAND), Byron Stroud (FEAR FACTORY, STRAPPING YOUNG LAD) and Christofer Malmström (DARKANE).
Ryan Van Poederooyen clinic at Vancouver International Drum Festival:
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