SYMPHORCE Guitarist Releases New Instrumental Song

SYMPHORCE/DOWNSPIRIT guitarist Cédric "Cede" Dupont has uploaded a new instrumental song called "Rockumental" to his MySpace profile. This is Dupont's third attempt at creating his own instrumental music. He says, "I've been jamming that certain riff lately and it turned out to be a great part of a new instrumental song I just put together."

Dupont was interviewed on "Dave Softee's Metal Meltdown" show on February 17. The chat is now available for streaming at this location.

SYMPHORCE, which also features in its ranks singer Andy B. Franck (BRAINSTORM), is currently writing material for a new studio album, tentatively due before the end of the year.

The group's last CD, "Become Death", was released in February 2007 (via Metal Blade Records. The CD was recorded at the House Of Music Studios in Winterbach (near Stuttgart), Germany with producer Dennis Ward (PINK CREAM 69). Mastering duties were handled by Achim Köhler (BRAINSTORM).


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