21:09 - ScreamingSteelUS They're playing right down the road from me, and I really wanted to go, but I'll be out of town that night, coincidentally.
21:08 - Apothecary For funeral doom I've seen Tyranny, Profetus, and Bell Witch now, and Skepticism will be added to that list soon as well. Have fun with Bell Witch though man, I'm almost a little jelly. You're gonna love em
21:07 - Bad English stupid name if you're swedish , well cool if you're kid [link]
21:05 - Jericho Rehling 3 weeks til I see Bell Witch. pretty excited for that. Never been to a funeral doom show.
UPDATE: It seems like the Cynic's break up has turned to drama now as vocalist/guitarist Paul Masvidal has responded to drummer Sean Reinert's statement that the band was over. Paul Masvidal says that the band will continue one way or another and wasn't aware of this decision. The split seems far from amicable and we might have developments on this.
The awaited return from Cynic to Europe is finally upon us. The progressive trio announced their eagerly awaited European headliner tour in support of their latest album Kindly Bent To Free Us for October. They will be joined by Polish band Tides From Nebula as well as Paul Masvidal's and Amy Correia's shared project Onward With Love. Do not miss this rare opportunity to see the band live in Europe. For a list of all confirmed dates, see below.
A collection of metal musicians have joined forces for Project Rogue, a crowdfunded-based project to create a unique, new studio and video project. Project Rogue set up a target of $70,000 to raise in order to create Titans, an album featuring Lamb Of God's Chris Adler, System Of A Down's Shavo Odadjian, ex-Fear Factory drummer Raymond Herrera, Napalm Death's Mitch Harris, Cynic's Paul Masdival, Rob Barrett of Cannibal Corpse, among many others.
You will do well to remember that Cynic released a new album earlier this year called Kindly Bent To Free Us. Now they have shared a bonus track, only available on the special edition of the record. The track is called "Earth Is My Witness" and you can listen to it below, if you still haven't.
You don't have to wait another minute to listen to Cynic's Kindly Bent To Free Us. The proggers new album is streaming in its entirety at this location or over here in advance. Sit back, relax and enjoy the music. What is your impression of the group's third album?
After "The Lion's Roar" and "Kindly Bent To Free Us", the US prog act Cynic premiered today another new song from the upcoming album Kindly Bent To Free Us, the opening track "True Hallucination Speak". This means you can enjoy more new material. Just click play on the lyric video here.
Innovators Cynic have premiered the title track from the forthcoming new album Kindly Bent To Free Us in the form of a lyric video. You can feast your eyes/ears on it right here. This is the second song showcased off the new album after "The Lion's Roar". Which song do you prefer?
After so much time, you can finally hear a new song from progressive metallers Cynic. Their new album Kindly Bent To Free Us will come out next year in February and they have been kind enough to share the song titled "The Lion's Roar" today. Fans can satisfy their curiosity right here by clicking on the lyric video available below. It is what you expected after Traced In Air and subsequent EPs?
Today is a big day for Cynic fans. The prog metallers have finally unveiled details about their upcoming third full-length on their official Facebook page. The band has stated that the new album will be titled Kindly Bent To Free Us and will be released worldwide on coming Valentine's Day, February 14th, 2014. This will be their first full-length studio album since 2008's Traced In Air. Go ahead and satisfy your curiosity by viewing the cover artwork below.
Back in December of 2012, progressive metal band Cynic announced that they were in the studio, working on their new LP. Early working titles for tracks include: "Endlessly Bountiful", "Moon Heart Sun Head", and "True Hallucination Speak". Now Paul Masvidal confirmed that the new album is coming in the fall of 2013.
Exciting news from the Cynic camp today. The progressive metallers have entered Perfect Sound studios in Hollywood, California to begin recording their new album. Their last album was released in 2008 (Traced In Air), followed by two EPs (Re-Traced and Carbon-Based Anatomy).
Carbon-Based Anatomy, the new EP from US progressive band Cynic is now streaming online in its entirety at this location. The EP was released yesterday in Europe and will also be released in North America on November 15th. More EP details were previously reported over here.
"Box Up My Bones", a brand new song from US progressive metallers Cynic is now streaming online at this location.
"Box Up My Bones" comes off the band's upcoming new EP titled Carbon-Based Anatomy, which will see the light of day on November 11th in Europe (November 15th in North America). More album details were previously reported here.
Marking the release of Carbon-Based Anatomy, progressive metallers Cynic have confirmed a very special release party for this Wednesday, November 2nd, at Idle Hands Bar in New York. The band will be signing copies of the new EP and take part in a special intimate acoustic performance.
With the previously announced EP teaser, US progressive metallers Cynic has now released a new song. The song, entitled "Carbon-Based Anatomy", can be streamed on Season Of Mist's Facebook page (You'll have to 'Like' the page to access the stream) or on Season Of Mist's official website, where you also can download the song.