Sylosis Share Live In-Studio Performance Of “Leech”

Sylosis have shared a live in-studio performance of their song “Leech.” The band commented:

“Our record ‘Dormant Heart’ is 7 years old today! To celebrate, here’s ‘Leech’ performed live from our Lite Up Studios set recorded in June 2020. What ‘Dormant Heart’ track would you most want to see in our setlist?”

Sylosis Premiere “Immovable Stone” Video

Sylosis have premiered a new video for their new song “Immovable Stone.” Josh Middleton commented:

“‘Immovable Stone‘ is the second song released from a recording session we did last year which includes ‘Worship Decay‘ (released December 2020) and one other song which will remain unreleased due to it accidentally being wiped from existence on a broken hard drive. Another slightly different sounding song to anything on Cycle Of Suffering. A nice way to tie off 2021 and keep things moving forwards ahead of a new Sylosis record in 2022.”

Sylosis Reissue “Conclusion Of An Age”, Stream B-Side Track “Plight Of The Soul”

Sylosis have reissued their debut album “Conclusion Of An Age.“ The effort has been remastered and it can be found in digital outlets and on limited edition vinyl. The re-release also includes a b-side track titled “Plight Of The Soul,“ which you can check out below. Josh Middleton commented:

“We had a great time recording ‘Conclusion‘. It was our first time in a real studio with an outside producer and we had a few months to work on the record. Scott Atkins was always great to work with. He has an amazing idea for tones but also helped sculpt some of the songs into what they are today. ‘Plight of the Soul‘ is a left over B-side track that has never seen the light of day before. Before we signed to Nuclear Blast we were on a small UK headline tour with Romeo Must Die supporting who we became friends with. Their singer Adam was previously in the UK thrash/metalcore band Stampin’ Ground (along with producer Scott Atkins) so we got him in the studio to do backing vocals on this track.”

Sylosis Premiere “Worship Decay” Music Video

Sylosis have premiered a new video for their new song “Worship Decay.” Josh Middleton commented:

“With everything happening in our world right now, we wanted to keep things moving in Sylosis‘ world. We started writing new music as we entered the first set of lockdowns and ‘Worship Decay‘ quickly developed as a song we feel confident stands up by itself and showcases something different for Sylosis. We’re of course looking forward to playing music live again (hopefully soon!), but it feels great to be able to continue creating music and sharing it with our fans during this time of uncertainty and unrest.”

Sylosis Release Extended Version Of Recent In-Studio Performance

Sylosis have released an extended version of their recent in-studio live performance. Those that pay to watch the set at this location will also receive live audio of the performance. As a preview, you can watch a video for “I Sever” below. Josh Middleton commented:

“I’m excited to share the full set we recorded ahead of our support slot on Trivium‘s ‘A Light Or A Distant Mirror‘ stream event from a couple of weeks ago. Our set for their show was limited due to the slot, so we decided we’d like to release our own extended cut for our fans. This is brand-new territory for us all and was a great project to work on. We hope you all enjoy the show!”

Sylosis Premiere “I Sever” Music Video, Reveal Details For New Album “Cycle Of Suffering”

Sylosis have premiered a new video for their new song “I Sever.” This track is from the band’s new album “Cycle Of Suffering,“ which will be released on February 7.

“Cycle Of Suffering” Track Listing:

01. “Empty Prophets”
02. “I Sever”
03. “Cycle Of Suffering”
04. “Shield”
05. “Calcified”
06. “Invidia”
07. “Idle Hands”
08. “Apex Of Disdain”
09. “Arms Like A Noose”
10. “Devils In Their Eyes”
11. “Disintegrate”
12. “Abandon”

In other news, the group have also announced that they will be playing their first show in four years at the Islington Assembly Hall in London, England on February 13.

Josh Middleton commented:

“After three long years, Sylosis are back! I want to thank all of our fans for their patience and support over these last few years. ‘Cycle Of Suffering’ is dedicated to them.

With this new chapter, we close another; I’d like to thank Carl Parnell for his time in Sylosis. Many great memories made with him and I wish him the best in his career. Now we welcome Conor Marshall to Sylosis! Another man in another band (Conjurer) — Conor is an amazing player and complements what we do really well. A warm welcome planned for 13th February where we play our first show in over four years! We’re excited and focused. See you in 2020!”

Sylosis Go On “Temporary Hiatus” While Josh Middleton Tours With Architects

Sylosis have gone on a “temporary hiatus” while guitarist Josh Middleton tours with Architects. Middleton is filling in for the late Tom Searle, who recently lost his battle with cancer.

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Sylosis said the following:

“We wish to inform our fans that Sylosis will be taking a temporary hiatus. Most will know that Josh is close friends with Architects and he will be helping out with guitar duties for their upcoming tours on the ‘All Our Gods Have Abandoned Us‘ cycle.

With respect to Sylosis fans, the band has decided to take some time off to allow Josh to focus on these commitments.

Rest assured, Sylosis will be back with a new record in the future but for now we hope we have your understanding and we’ll see you all soon!

–Sylosis“

Sylosis Premiere New Song “Different Masks On The Same Face”

Sylosis have premiered a new song titled “Different Masks On The Same Face.“ Check it out below:

Josh Middleton said the following about the song:

“The track was sort of leftover from the Dormant Heart writing period. It’s a little bit different for us and isn’t necessarily a new direction we’re heading in by any means. We figured instead of that track going to waste that we would release it as a kind of one-off single. For me it’s one of the heaviest songs we’ve done. It’s got a sort of punky black metal vibe to it. Really dark and aggressive sounding. It’s really straight to the point and ended up being the shortest song we’ve ever released but it’s still a riff fest. The title of the track came from watching hours of David Icke lectures last summer!”