Here’s a post from www.streetclip.tv discussing our upcoming Remixed version of our critically acclaimed debut album ‘The Mechanisms of Consequence”
British heavy metal five-piece, SynaptiK hailing from the east coast of England have an impressive sound that combines thrash, power and progressive elements, colliding to create their own unique sound. The Norwich men have just signed with DeFox Records and Heart Of Steel Records, who will be re-releasing their critically acclaimed debut album, “The Mechanisms of Consequence”, originally released in September 2014.
The special remix edition by Brian Spark will be available digitally worldwide on January 30th, 2017 via DeFox Records/Heart of Steel Records on all major outlets including iTunes, Amazon, Spotify, Deezer, Google Play, iHeart Radio and more. The album features the original nine technical metal masterpieces, including single, “Your Cold Dead Trace” (featuring guest vocals from Alan Tecchio of Watchtower/Hades and more) and with this new release, there will be a re-edited video for the song, as well as featuring more footage of Alan Tecchio.
Since their formation in 2012, Synaptik has been leading their assault on the senses and have built quite the reputation with the original release of their debut and powerhouse live performances. A variety of accolades includes performing at some of the biggest UK metal festivals, such as Download Festival, Bloodstock and Mammothfest, as well as securing guest slots with heavyweights Iron Maiden, Exodus, Onslaught, Skyclad and more.
Here is our our old review: 8.5/10
2017 is the year for Synaptik to grab your attention, with more releases on the horizon with their highly anticipated second album titled “Justify & Reason” set for release on 10th March 2017.
“Justify & Reason” will be released in the UK via The Snakes on Fire Records. In the United States, the album will be released as a double album with the remix album as a bonus disc, this will be released by Divebomb Records.
If you were unfortunate enough to miss this killer debut the first time around, now is your chance to discover Synaptik’s eclectic and vast genre-twisting sound in this remix, which the band describe as a lot heavier than the original.
Vocalist John Knight explains “The debut album was mentioned whilst in the studio recording the new album and when we heard the remixes sounding so massive we felt compelled to put them out too and why not, they are incredible!”