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Sonic Syndicate


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Sonic Syndicate es un grupo de Melodic Death Metal procedentes de Falkenberg, Suecia. Está muy influenciado por otros grupos de Melodic Death Metal suecos como In Flames y Soilwork.

Sonic Syndicate se formó en 2002 bajo el nombre de Fallen Angels, por Richard, Roger and Robin Sjunnesson. Bajo este nombre, grabaron tres demos, Fall from Heaven, Black Lotus y Extinction; posteriormente firmarian un contrato con Pivotal Rockordings en 2005. Con la firma del contrato con Pivotal Rockordings el grupo cambió su nombre al de Sonic Syndicate, para grabar su primer album de estudio, Eden Fire.

El grupo recorrió Suecia promocionando su album Eden Fire, como teloneros de Avatar. A principios de Febrero del 2006 durante su gira con Avatar, Kristoffer Bäcklund (bateria)dejó el grupo. Fue sustituido por John Bengtsson; y la banda terminó la gira para poco después empezar a preparar nuevo material en Marzo del mismo año.

En el verano del 2006, Sonic Syndicate entraron en un concurso organizado por una de las discográficas de metal más importantes, Nuclear Blast. Entre más de mil quinientos participantes (grupos) S.S fue elegido uno de los tres ganadores, lo cual les daba la oportunidad de firmar un contrato con la discográfica. En noviembre entran en Black Lounge Studios, para realizar la grabación siguiente a Eden Fire, Only Inhuman, con Jonas Kjellgren de Scar Symmetry. Realizaron el video para el single «Denied», bajo la batuta del productor Patric Ullaeus.


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  • Switchkillers

    If you like the old-school SS, Check my tribute video of this band in youtube :

    27 Sep 1:22 Responder
  • Syndicaidramon

    I can't really get into the new album as a whole, honestly. I dig the verses -- all the songs have kickass verses... But most of them also have really shitty choruses. Which are supposed to be the best part of the songs. Only "Unbreakable" had a really good chorus, imo. Though I must say I REALLY like that one. The chorus in What We Shared has two parts, where the first part is boring, but the second part, which plays for the first time in the second chorus, is really good. Aside from that, there are the choruses in Black Hole Halo, Before You Finally Break and Diabolical Work of Art, which are okay, and then the rest are crap. A couple of them are even astoundingly bad...

    22 Sep 0:15 Responder
  • My_Sharona

    New album is decent enough considering... Enjoying more than I expected honestly

    15 Sep 12:12 Responder
  • Epsilon_X2008

    Burn this City EP was the last good thing they did imo. However, they kinda went downhill every release since they formed.

    8 Sep 19:04 Responder
  • Syndicaidramon

    V Out of curiosity, what was their last good albm in your opinion?

    5 Sep 16:42 Responder
  • catlitta392

    Can't they just leave this band rest in peace? Why do some of their members plus that new guy still release some kind of crappy music under that name? How about making a new band? It's worse than what happened to Mayhem back then. Eww.

    2 Sep 18:03 Responder
  • Borreh

    I also think Nathan is a very good vocalist and I really enjoy his vocals a lot. Still I think the new album is a metal-wannabie mess. I want them to play pop again.

    9 Ago 19:07 Responder
  • Syndicaidramon

    I dig Nathan. He's a cool dude. As in nice. And he's a good singer and harsh vocalist as well. People's hate towards him is totally unfounded.

    9 Ago 0:08 Responder
  • iPowers

    I know most of you guys hate Nathan, but you gotta admit that profile picture is pretty badass.

    8 Ago 15:13 Responder
  • MachineAnimal

    The new album is great and much better than We Rule the Night. Maybe even the best Sonic Syndicate album for me but will have to listen more to confirm that.

    6 Ago 20:40 Responder
  • iPowers

    The new album is pretty good. The choruses annoy me. They all sound the same. The versus sound different from each other and most of them kick ass. It has a nice mix between the old stuff and We Rule the Night. So if you want something better than We Rule the Night, I think it's worth a listen. IMO I think We Rule the Night was better but I know anyone who doesn't like Nathan will definitely disagree with me on that.

    5 Ago 23:10 Responder
  • Lextasys

    I expected a complete trainwreck of the new album, but it's actually not that bad. I quite enjoy it. It's not "Only Inhuman" but that's no surprise. [2]

    4 Ago 14:08 Responder
  • d2freak

    I expected a complete trainwreck of the new album, but it's actually not that bad. I quite enjoy it. It's not "Only Inhuman" but that's no surprise.

    30 Jul 20:54 Responder
  • witch_possessed

    this is utter shit

    27 Jul 14:28 Responder
  • MetalRock1989

    Good new album 4/5.

    26 Jul 7:27 Responder
  • adamagedone

    I really, really wanted to like this album but it just doesn't do anything for me. It saddens me cause it really sounds like they tried their best but this music simply isn't strong at all. The fact that now they only have one singer doesn't help at all cause the vocal dynamics got a lot more boring and predictable (of course this doesn't apply to Before You Finally Break which is a great track). Hate to say it but unless I'll find it at some ridiculous price I ain't gonna buy it.

    18 Jul 21:49 Responder
  • Borreh

    That's a quote from Dr. Strangelove, couldn't help it. For me all the songs sounding exactly the same is a huge weak point. And I really think old SS didn't sound any more different from other melodeath acts than any other melodeath act. They had their style but it still was generic. I've stopped listening to MDM because of all those simillar bands boring me to hell.

    14 Jul 14:43 Responder
  • Syndicaidramon

    Also, I don't agree that old SoSy was boring. Sure, the formula was was not exactly anything special, but their sound was distinct and entirely their own. Largely because of Roland, I believe. There really isn't any other band that sound like old SoSy. The closest one would come would be the "Alive" and "Tomorrow Is Today" singles by dEMOTIONAL.

    14 Jul 13:26 Responder
  • Syndicaidramon

    Where does the "mein fuhrer" part come in? If there is a weak point in the album, aside from the songs overall being pretty similar (though still distinguishable), it's that the choruses generally aren't very strong. Only "Unbreakable" has a truly great chorus. Though on the other hand, the verses are fucking awesome. On all the tracks imo. Very catchy while still being heavy.

    14 Jul 13:25 Responder
  • Borreh

    Took a listen to a few songs from the new album and I'm dissapointed. I don't give a crap if a band sells out or not (hint: metal is already mainstream. Sorry, listened to too much underground music to deny it). SS swapped their boring (if solid) melodeath sound to actualy kinda' unique style on We Rule The Night. Sure, it was a sell out album, but it was interesting at that, much more so than the generic music they played before. And now, thanks to as always wonderfully tolerant metal community that shits at every band's attempt at changing sound, they sell out again. Unfortunetly seems like attempting to please the metal massess resulted in a boring-ass mix of trying-too-hard-to-be-METAL-MEIN-FUHRER-I-CAN-GROWL!-verses and hey-we're-still-catchy!-choruses. I still have to take a listen to the entire album but from what I've read here.. What a dissapointment.

    14 Jul 11:38 Responder
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