Sonic Syndicate - Release Lyric Video For New Song


The Swedes Sonic Syndicate decided to kick off this week by releasing a new song unto the masses. If you are curious about what Confessions, their new album, sounds like, you can now listen to the first single. "Start A War" is available in the form of a lyric video. How do you feel about the song? Share your thoughts.

Confessions hits stores on October 14th, 2016 on Despotz Records.







Source: sonicsyndicate.net
Band profile: Sonic Syndicate
 
Posted: 05.09.2016 by BloodTears


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05.09.2016 - 13:03
Zersorger
Wise choice to disable comments and ratings
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05.09.2016 - 13:04
!J.O.O.E.!
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The should have disabled the sound as well.
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05.09.2016 - 13:09
FeskarN
Wtf.. this band is getting worst for each album. i didn't thought that was possible xD
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05.09.2016 - 13:54
Dima
My thoughts
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05.09.2016 - 13:58
FYA
Destroyer
What the...
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05.09.2016 - 14:00
cossaisVendeurs


Fixed.
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05.09.2016 - 14:14
Sircheesewhistle
Is this bloody pop rock now?
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05.09.2016 - 14:37
Zersorger
They really should form a new group
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05.09.2016 - 15:01
Alondate
If they disable comments and likes, they already know they suck pretty bad
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05.09.2016 - 18:58
bodomdragon
They should have broken up after "Only Inhuman", which was more than decent, and they would have saved all this shame. But, on the other hand, I guess this shit gives them money.
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06.09.2016 - 01:36
Overrwatcher
Holy...

This is so bad.

Like, it's not quite We Rule The Night bad, but it's only like a step or two above that. This style of electro-pop-rock has been done by so many other bands, so much better. The self-titled was a step in the right direction, I guess I was wrong about the "new change in sound" being a potentially good thing.

Also it's really sad how irrelevant Sonic Syndicate has become. They were a massive name in mainstream metal in their Only Inhuman days and every long-time World of Warcraft player has heard their music at one point before, but now they're struggling to even break a hundred thousand on the average video. The Unguided has become more popular, which isn't saying much considering they lost relevance really quickly.
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Written by Dr. Strawberry on 12.06.2016 at 19:43

Overwatcher, MS Xena, crumbled him in no time. MS needs you to kill the boredom in here.
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06.09.2016 - 02:15
Sircheesewhistle
Written by Overrwatcher on 06.09.2016 at 01:36

Holy...

This is so bad.

Like, it's not quite We Rule The Night bad, but it's only like a step or two above that. This style of electro-pop-rock has been done by so many other bands, so much better. The self-titled was a step in the right direction, I guess I was wrong about the "new change in sound" being a potentially good thing.

Also it's really sad how irrelevant Sonic Syndicate has become. They were a massive name in mainstream metal in their Only Inhuman days and every long-time World of Warcraft player has heard their music at one point before, but now they're struggling to even break a hundred thousand on the average video. The Unguided has become more popular, which isn't saying much considering they lost relevance really quickly.



I felt as if they just flat out gave up. Which i agree is sad since i really enjoyed the self titled release. Even if it wasn't original in the slightest.
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06.09.2016 - 17:12
Permafrost
Written by FeskarN on 05.09.2016 at 13:09

Wtf.. this band is getting worst for each album. i didn't thought that was possible xD


I agree. This is one of the worst things I heard in a long time and i was a fan in the days of "only inhuman" .
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06.09.2016 - 19:21
ScottyM
Written by Overrwatcher on 06.09.2016 at 01:36

Holy...

This is so bad.

Like, it's not quite We Rule The Night bad, but it's only like a step or two above that. This style of electro-pop-rock has been done by so many other bands, so much better. The self-titled was a step in the right direction, I guess I was wrong about the "new change in sound" being a potentially good thing.

Also it's really sad how irrelevant Sonic Syndicate has become. They were a massive name in mainstream metal in their Only Inhuman days and every long-time World of Warcraft player has heard their music at one point before, but now they're struggling to even break a hundred thousand on the average video. The Unguided has become more popular, which isn't saying much considering they lost relevance really quickly.


You're being awfully generous in claiming this is better than We Rule The Night. At least that album had blow and naked psychotic hookers, enough to get their music video pulled from social media (not that the song itself was worth anything). If it weren't for my terrible attention span, comparable to a strung out flying squirrel with a crippling addiction to PCP, and tabbing over to reddit while this plays in the background, I would've remembered to close out the background noise.
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07.09.2016 - 04:41
Overrwatcher
Written by ScottyM on 06.09.2016 at 19:21

Written by Overrwatcher on 06.09.2016 at 01:36

Holy...

This is so bad.

Like, it's not quite We Rule The Night bad, but it's only like a step or two above that. This style of electro-pop-rock has been done by so many other bands, so much better. The self-titled was a step in the right direction, I guess I was wrong about the "new change in sound" being a potentially good thing.

Also it's really sad how irrelevant Sonic Syndicate has become. They were a massive name in mainstream metal in their Only Inhuman days and every long-time World of Warcraft player has heard their music at one point before, but now they're struggling to even break a hundred thousand on the average video. The Unguided has become more popular, which isn't saying much considering they lost relevance really quickly.


You're being awfully generous in claiming this is better than We Rule The Night. At least that album had blow and naked psychotic hookers, enough to get their music video pulled from social media (not that the song itself was worth anything). If it weren't for my terrible attention span, comparable to a strung out flying squirrel with a crippling addiction to PCP, and tabbing over to reddit while this plays in the background, I would've remembered to close out the background noise.


I feel as if this is just exceptionally bland electro-pop-rock that is nearly offensively bad. We Rule The Night had an even more obnoxious tone and really out-of-place screaming (I find Richard to be fine, he didn't change his sound from the better received Only Inhuman, just the context of the music was awful). If I had to choose between an entire album like this, or just "Turn It Up", I'd take the latter just to get it over with, but at least this I made it to the halfway point befoe quitting out.
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Written by Dr. Strawberry on 12.06.2016 at 19:43

Overwatcher, MS Xena, crumbled him in no time. MS needs you to kill the boredom in here.
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11.09.2016 - 15:03
phanto
I wish this band wasn't covered any more.
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16.09.2016 - 14:45
s_t_s
I have never really been a fan of Sonic Syndicate still I can enjoy Eden & Fire or Only Inhuman as both albums share great moments and show a lot of energy (the kind you need when waking up to go to work ). But over the years they have changed (or devolved ?) so drastically that they have nothing in common with the band I came to listen to.
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