SYNKRONIZITY, the new project led by former ATHEIST/CYNIC bassist Tony Choy, has completed work on its debut album for a May release. The cover artwork for the CD is being created by Eliran Kantor, who has previously worked with ATHEIST, TESTAMENT, SIGH, ANACRUSIS and GWAR, among others.

Commented Choy: "This project reflects how I have always wanted to express myself in metal combining fusion, death metal jazz to pop, but keeping it to true to the 'South Florida' death metal legacy and show the world what Tony Choy is capable of."

He added, "The album has plenty of twists and turns to keep you musically on your toes."


Santiago Dobles (AGHORA) - Guitar
Matt Thompson (KING DIAMOND, AGHORA) - Drums
Grant Petty - Vocals
Arbise Gonzales - Keyboards
Tony Choy - Bass

SYNKRONIZITY will be touring and hitting the festival circuit in the summer.

The band is being managed by Choy's "longtime friend" Frank Watkins (former bassist for OBITUARY).

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