SONIC SYNDICATE: First German Show To Be Filmed For TV

SONIC SYNDICATE's June 21 performance in Köln, Germany as part of the WDR TV network's "Rockpalast" series will be filmed, to be broadcast at some point in the future.

As previously reported, SONIC SYNDICATE has entered the German Media Control chart at position No. 64 with its sophomore CD, "Only Inhuman" — an impressive feat considering the Swedish group has never performed in the country before. The album also landed at No. 22 on the Swedish chart.

SONIC SYNDICATE recently completed work on a video clip for the first single off "Only Inhuman", "Denied", which can be viewed here.

SONIC SYNDICATE landed a deal with Nuclear Blast Records in July 2006 after taking part in a "band contest" which was originally launched in the summer of 2005. A jury consisting of the Nuclear Blast staff and representatives for such magazines as Metal Hammer (Germany, Metal Hammer (Spain), Metal Hammer (Italy), Rock Hard (France), Inferno (Finland), Scream (Norway) and Close-Up (Sweden) went through more than 1,500 submissions and selected three winners who competed for the following prizes: A deal with Nuclear Blast, a download co-operation and a gig with a Nuclear Blast band.

SONIC SYNDICATE's debut album, "Eden Fire", was recorded at StudioMega (THE CROWN, LAKE OF TEARS, BESEECH), and was released on September 13, 2005 through the Florida-based record label Pivotal Rockordings.


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