CYNTHESIS Releases Video Documentary On ReEvolution

By on June 27, 2013

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Following Sensory Records’ worldwide release of ReEvolution, the second full-length from progressive metal outfit CYNTHESIS, the band this week unveils a new mini-film on their initial inception and the concepts behind the album. The short documentary was filmed in multiple locations, as the majority of the group — guitarist/keyboardist Jasun Tipton, vocalist Erik Rosvold and drummer Sean Flanegan — still inhabit their origin of Pleasanton, California, while Jasun’s brother Troy currently resides in Moscow, edited and produced by Wayne Joyner of The Ghost Network.

 

Check out the documentary on ReEvolution AT THIS LOCATION.

 

Brave Words & Bloody Knuckles is also still streaming ReEvolution in its entirety alongside a track-by-track breakdown of the album’s storyline RIGHT HERE.

 

The band’s official video for the track “The Most Trivial Pursuit” is also coming together for release in the coming days.

 

“There’s a ton of beauty contained within ReEvolution, and though it’s heavy in spots, for the most part this is a progressive rock album filled with rich, atmospheric musical passages and thought provoking lyrical imagery, expertly crafted by the band…4.5/5” – Sea Of Tranquility

 

“… the overall sound of the music will definitely be of interest to fans of prog bands like Suspyre and Dream Theater, and it’s even possible to pick out some interesting Pink Floyd influences from time to time.” – Metal Underground

 

“ReEvolution is clean, powerful and straight forward. It’s a progressive head-trip without needing any added sound clips or special effects, save for the layers that give the album its thick, but not overbearing, atmosphere.” – Metal Riot

 

“Their music can be equally elusive and engaging, sparking both curiosity and satisfaction.4/5” – Dangerdog Music Reviews

 

“Musically, this album flows from gentle acoustic passages to more chaotic guitar riffs and intricate drumming.  The album doesn’t feel like just a collection of songs, but a 45 minute long composition that enhances the story.” – We Love Metal

 

 

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