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Synaptik Reveal Details Of Upcoming Album ‘Justify & Reason‘ And Release New Video!



Synaptik Reveal Details Of Upcoming Album ‘Justify & Reason‘ & Give Taster With New Video!


British heavy metal five-piece, Synaptik from Norwich, UK show no signs of slowing down, as they are set to make a huge impact in 2017, with the already announced special remix of their successful debut, ‘The Mechanisms of Consequence’ out January 30th worldwide through DeFox Records and Heart Of Steel Records. With this exciting news came a glimpse of other big events for the band, being the release of their anticipated sophomore album, titled ‘Justify & Reason’ out March 10th. Not many details were given recently, but luckily now we have all the details to reveal…

For US fans it’s a double dose of metal, as the remix album and the new album, ‘Justify & Reason’ will be released as a double album directly via Divebomb Records at www.divebombrecords.com.

The first pre-orders for this collection will be available on February 1st 2017 from the bands website: http://synaptikmetal.com the album will be released worldwide everywhere March 10th and the remix album digitally January 30th.

The album is described as “A collection exhibiting real finesse, true technicality but not at the expense of neck-snapping riffs and a progressive air that’s both bracing and intimidatingly menacing”.

The album artwork differs for the UK and US versions:






UK Version







US Version




Both US and UK editions have the same track listing, however the US version has bonus disk of remix album.


The album track list is:


1. The Incredible Machine

2. Human / Inhuman

3. Conscience

4. White Circles

5. Esc Ctrl

6. A Man Dies

7. As I Am As I Was

8. I Am The Ghost (intro)

9. Your Cold Dead Trace




If all this wasn’t enough, here is a taste of what to expect from the new album with the first song release ‘ESC CTRL’ which shows the band in their element in this powerful new video:





If you can’t wait for the official release of ‘Justify & Reason’ and like what you hear, the band are currently offering a great deal if you head over to their website http://www.synaptikmetal.com/ and sign up, you will get a free download of ‘ESC CTRL’ and £10 off your next order.

While you wait for ‘Justify & Reason’ luckily you have the remix album for ‘The Mechanisms of Consequence’ out prior to this to tide you over with new music. So, there are plenty of ‘reasons’ and opportunities to check out Synaptik.



‘Justify & Reason’ will be released physically March 10th 2017 via Snakes On Fire Records (UK), Divebomb Records (US).
 




Links for Synaptik:


http://synaptikmetal.com/
http://synaptikmetal.bandcamp.com/
Www.facebook.com/synaptikmetal

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