HOWLING SYN: New Album Samples Available

March 24, 2007

Canadian "gothic metallers" HOWLING SYN have posted audio samples of four songs from their upcoming third album at their official MySpace page.

Entitled "A Taste of Modern Evil", the follow-up to 2004's "Devilries" was recorded in Trois-Rivières, Quebec with Francis Perron (DECAYED REMAINS, THESYRE) who also worked on the band's first album, "Forebearers of Dusk" (2002, Galy Records). Songtitles set to appear on the CD include "The Blood of All", "The Chosen One" and "The Flower and the Pain".

Commented HOWLING SYN mainman Patryk Pigeon: "We're sure that [this is] our best album to date. I know that every band says that after recording a new album, but this time you're gonna be surprised and you'll probably get hooked by the first listen!'

HOWLING SYN is currently seeking distribution for the CD. A release date will be announced soon.

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