Josh Middleton has announced the long-anticipated return of SYLOSIS with the coming record, »Cycle Of Suffering,« on the 7th February. The announcement also delivers a first look at the band, since their 3-year hiatus, with the launch of the brand-new video, 'I Sever'; available everywhere now. If that wasn't enough, SYLOSIS take to the stage for the first time in 4 years to headline Islington Assembly Hall in London, England on 13th February - Josh promises that this will be the biggest and baddest SYLOSIS live show to date! Josh comments, "After 3 long years, SYLOSIS are back! I want to thank all of our fans for their patience and support over these last few years. »Cycle Of Suffering« is dedicated to them. With this new chapter, we close another; I'd like to thank Carl Parnell for his time in SYLOSIS. Many great memories made with him and I wish him the best in his career. Now we welcome Conor Marshall to SYLOSIS! Another man in another band (CONJURER) - Conor is an amazing player and compliments what we do really well. A warm welcome planned for 13th February where we play our first show in over 4 years! We're excited and focussed - see you in 2020!" Watch the video now: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dZDd-MwuvcM Pre-order the record on various formats now from: https://nblast.de/CycleOfSuffering Pre-order digitally to receive 'I Sever' instantly (via amazon and iTunes only!) or pre-save the album via Spotfy, Apple Music and Deezer: https://nblast.de/SYLOSIScosPreSave Listen to 'I Sever' in the NB New Releases Playlists: http://nblast.de/SpotifyNewReleases / http://nblast.de/AppleMusicNewReleases »Cycle Of Suffering« - Track Listing: 01. Empty Prophets 02. I Sever 03. Cycle Of Suffering 04. Shield 05. Calcified 06. Invidia 07. Idle Hands 08. Apex Of Disdain 09. Arms Like A Noose 10. Devils In Their Eyes 11. Disintegrate 12. Abandon The record was self produced and mixed by Josh Middleton with mastering by Ermin Hamidovic. The cover art is an original painting by Josh with the design and layout taken care of by Dan Goldsworthy.