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SYLOSIS – return with new single ‘Heavy Is The Crown’

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Thrash metal masters SYLOSIS have returned with their first new music of 2022. The band, who are set to headline the inaugural Knotfest Presents Pulse Of The Maggots festival and play the mainstage at Bloodstock this week, have released a new single titled ‘Heavy Is The Crown’. The track ebbs and flows as the band’s signature, thunderous grooves give way to a masterfully crafted chorus.

Maestro Josh Middleton comments “Heavy Is The Crown is the first of a trilogy of singles we’re releasing this year – these songs were developed during the writing of the next Sylosis record and although weren’t right for the album, are perfect for some standalone bangers. Heavy Is The Crown is a song that all our fans can get into and also highlights some of the progression in the band’s sound.”

Watch the new video for ‘Heavy Is The Crown’ at: https://youtu.be/dnvA9q9YKMY

Stream ‘Heavy Is The Crown’ now at: https://sylosis.bfan.link/heavy-is-the-crown.ema

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SYLOSIS live:

10th August – Knotfest Presents Pulse Of The Maggots Festival, Birmingham
13th August – Bloodstock Festival

The band’s latest record, Cycle Of Suffering, was released back in February 2020 via Nuclear Blast Records, following a three year hiatus, and showcased the band at their most versatile and compelling. The album was heralded by fans and critics alike, and saw the band headline a sold out show at London’s Islington Assembly Hall prior to the ceasing of live events.

You can still purchase the album on various formats from: https://nblast.de/CycleOfSuffering

SYLOSIS are:
Josh Middleton – Vocals, Guitar
Alex Bailey – Guitar
Conor Marshall – Bass
Ali Richardson – Drums

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