Sylosis has just reissued their 2008 album Conclusion of an Age on both digital and vinyl formats, with the added bonus of a never-before-heard track called "Plight of the Soul". Guitarist Josh Middleton said the song was recorded for the album but didn't make it, and has never been heard before. Which is a shame, because this track kicks ass and should not have been kept in the dark this long.
“We had a great time recording Conclusion. It was our first time in a real studio with an outside producer and we had a few months to work on the record. Scott Atkins was always great to work with. He has an amazing idea for tones but also helped sculpt some of the songs into what they are today. ‘Plight of the Soul‘ is a left over B-side track that has never seen the light of day before.
“Before we signed to Nuclear Blast we were on a small UK headline tour with Romeo Must Die supporting who we became friends with. Their singer Adam was previously in the UK thrash/metalcore band Stampin’ Ground (along with producer Scott Atkins) so we got him in the studio to do backing vocals on this track.”