SYMPHORCE Guitarist Announces Guest Appearances
Lead guitarist Cédric "Cede" Dupont of the German/Swiss melodic power trashers SYMPHORCE has recorded a couple of guest appearances during the recent months. "I played some lead stuff in June for my DARK AGE buddies up in Hamburg," he says. "I just love their music and it's always a cool thing to contribute something to a cool record of a cool band! The album will be mixed next week, and will hopefully come out soon. Then some while ago, I did play some leads for a Brazilian newcomer band called TEMPLE OF SIN.
SYMPHORCE has announced its first headlining show for this fall/winter season. The concert will take place on November 17 at Rock City in Uster, Switzerland.
SYMPHORCE's "Become Death" album was released on February 23, 2007 (Germany, Austria, Switzerland) and February 26, 2007 (rest of Europe) via Metal Blade Records. The CD was recorded at the House Of Music Studios in Winterbach (near Stuttgart), Germany with producer Dennis Ward (PINK CREAM 69). Mastering duties were handled by Achim Köhler (BRAINSTORM).
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