[Interview] Josh Middleton from SYLOSIS talks new album 'Cycle of Suffering'
Sylosis are back!
These are the words that every fan has been waiting 4 long years for
and the band are ready to kick things into high gear with their brutal new album 'Cycle of Suffering'.
Back in early 2016, Sylosis announced an indefinite hiatus which came as a huge shock to fans and media alike with frontman Josh Middleton expressing his desire to explore new creative avenues.
During this time away, Josh joined the ranks of British metalcore band Architects, stepping in for his friend, founding guitarist and songwriter Tom Searle, who tragically passed away at the early age of 28 from cancer.
Now recharged and reloaded, 'Cycle of Suffering' is hands down Sylosis finest and most crushing yet!
With face metling riffs, killer production and Middleton's signature scream it will be a hard one to top when it comes to the best albums of the year that's for sure!
PRE ORDER 'Cycle of Suffering' out Feb 7th through NUCLEAR BLAST
We caught up with SYLOSIS mastermind Josh Middleton for the Everblack Podcast to talk about the new long awaited album 'Cycle of Suffering' and the crazy origins of it's artwork, how he decided to resurrect the band, touring with Architects and his love for Smashing Pumpkins and Weezer!
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