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Resurrection – The Complete Collection; Sindrome Return After 30 Years!

After 30 years, Sindrome come back to life....

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Sindrome, the late 80’s/early 90’s Chicago thrashers, left the world with two quality demo’s of forward-thinking thrash and little else. A band that should have taken the world by storm, instead found themselves searching for that elusive major label deal that never materialised.

Those that knew of them could see the potential but 30 years on they have been lost to the annals of time….until now! Thrash fans can finally lay their hands on the complete Sindrome collection, released via Century Media/Sony on March 4th.

Here’s what the band had to say regarding this long overdue release via their Facebook page….

“Well it’s hard to believe but it’s finally time to make an announcement. After 30 years, Sindrome is finally being re-released worldwide as a complete collection through Century Media / Sony Distribution on March 4th, 2016. It will be available on vinyl in multiple colors, a 2-CD digipak, and digitally along with a really well put together package of original artwork, photos, flyers, and an in-depth interview.

The official release has all of the tracks from Into the Halls of Extermination, Vault of Inner Conscience as well as a live show we did at the Iron Rail supporting Death on the Scream Bloody Gore tour from 1988. The official release is titled Resurrection – The Complete Collection.

All of the tracks have been remastered and sound 100% better than the original releases. When we transferred the songs from the 2” analog tapes to hard disk, we realized during Into the Halls session, we recorded an additional sixth unreleased song called “Brought to the End”. With the live show there are two additional unreleased songs that were written during the Halls era called “Psychic Warfare” and “Surround the Prisoner” that were never recorded.”

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