Resurrection - The complete collection
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Kommt als schwarze 180g LP inkl. "Live at The Iron Rail, Chicago, Jan. 21st 1988" Bonus Live-CD und 16-seitigem LP-Booklet.
Century Media Records will release SINDROME’s two only studio recordings – the highly influential “Into The Halls Of Extermination” (1987) and its congenial successor “Vault Of Inner Conscience” (1991). As both demos have been bootlegged numerous times, it’s now time to offer all fans of timeless thrash/death metal these two legendary recordings as an official release, fully supported by the band and done in close cooperation with SINDROME’s vocalist Troy Dixler.
“Resurrection – The Complete Collection” will be released as a noble 2CD Digipak with slipcase and 36-page booklet as well as an LP with a 16-page LP size booklet and bonus CD. The entire audio material has been carefully re-mastered from original sources to guarantee an optimal listening experience. Metalion (Slayer Mag) has written an introduction to the release and Laurent Ramadier (Snakepit Mag) has conducted an extensive interview with Troy Dixler giving you a deep insight into the band’s history. The cover artwork and additional design was done by Gustavo Sazes (Morbid Angel, Arch Enemy and many more). As a special bonus, SINDROME have unearthed the lost track, “Brought To The End”, from the recording session of “Into The Halls Of Extermination” - an awesome track that now finally can be offered to the fans.
Besides the two demos and the bonus track, “Resurrection – The Complete Collection” also includes a full bootleg live show from Chicago, 1988, when SINDROME supported Death on their “Scream Bloody Gore” tour. The show is unedited and has a pretty raw sound, but it captures the intensity of SINDROME’s live shows very well. It also includes the tracks “Surround The Prisoner” and “Psychic Warfare”, two songs from the very early days that were never properly recorded in the studio.
“Resurrection – The Complete Collection” offers over 88 minutes of relentlessly raging thrash/death metal and is a mandatory purchase for every fan of US thrash metal and especially for the worshippers of the glorious heydays of the Chicago metal scene that brought up bands like Devastation, Terminal Death, Death Strike, Zoetrope, Funeral Nation, Cyclone Temple, Znöwhite, Num Skull, Funeral Bitch or Master.
“This stuff still sounds kick ass! I was ready for it way back when, as I had already been into Devastation and Terminal Death. Sindrome did not disappoint and I'm glad it's finally getting the proper treatment all these years later. I have a soft spot in my rotten soul for the good ol' demo days, when everything hadn't already been done and Sindrome was definitely part of that movement. I am very much looking forward to cranking this release up loud!”
Chris Reifert (Autopsy, ex-Death)
Troy Dixler – vocals */**
Shaun Glass – bass */**
Tony Ochoa – drums */**
Mick Vega – guitars **
Chris Mittleburn – guitars *
Rob Welch – guitars **
* on "Into The Halls Of Extermination"
** on "Vault Of Inner Conscience"
Aus der Presse:
“Whiplash had a string of shows with Sindrome in the late eighties. One of the songs in their set was "Cathedral of Ice". I'll never forget the insane effects on Troy's vocal. The soundman had a killer echo effect and he must have pumped the volume, because the hall would shake during every chorus.”
Tony Portaro (WHIPLASH)
“Vault of Inner Conscience was my first contact with Sindrome and it was a huge WOW!! experience. My friends were tape traders and we had a band called Sarcasm together and we were trying to get our music out there and get going. So when the press kit and the demo "Vault" came along we were shocked and we were looking for the Roadrunner label on the jacket, but this was a self-release. So professional and so good!! I had the demo in my yellow Walkman for weeks before sharing this masterpiece with the rest of the band and when I did, it became our bible! 24 years later on sitting in a café in Quebec City writing these notes made me think of how lucky I am to still be a part of the scene. Thanks for putting these killer tunes out for everybody to enjoy.”
Niclas Engelin (IN FLAMES / GARDENIAN)
“Sindrome! Those were the good days, man. I still have my 'Halls' demo ... and right away I think of the title song ... killer intro, and I can't help but wonder if young Morbid Angel were listening to this, too. Way ahead of its time and still ripping! The other song I love is Precognition, just a perfect blend of thrash and death....way before death was a thing. Sindrome! Horns way up high!”
Jed Simon (STRAPPING YOUNG LAD)
- Into the Halls of Extermination
- Rapture In Blood
- Cathedral Of Ice
- Aortic Expulsion
- Brought To The End
- Descending Into Madness
- Extra Sensory Warning (E.S.W.)
- Astral Projection
- Against Infinity
- Exit Screaming
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- Into the Halls of Extermination (Live)
- Brought To The End (Live)
- Rapture In Blood (Live)
- Surround The Prisoner (Live)
- Cathedral Of Ice (Live)
- Psychic Warfare (Live)