Cynic have announced a few more dates for their 30th-anniversary tour to celebrate their 1993 debut album Focus. The dates include: 09/01 Miami, FL – Gramps09/02 Orlando, FL – Conduit09/05 New Orleans, LA – Southport Hall09/06 Atlanta, GA – Prog Power09/08 Tampa, FL – The Orpheum
Cynic has released the revised version of their song “Textures“, which is from the revised version of their 1993 album Focus, called ReFocused. The release for the aforementioned revised album is June 09th. You can catch Cynic live with Atheist on the following dates: 06/10 Austin, TX – Come and Take it Live06/11 Dallas, TX
Cynic and Atheist have announced their rumored North American co-headlining tour. The tour will find Cynic celebrating the 30th anniversary of the 1993 album, Focus. The band is also planning on releasing a remixed and remastered version of the album called ReFocus on June 09th. Atheist will be celebrating their first three albums, Piece Of
  Cynic‘s new album Ascension Codes released yesterday, and along with the release the band dropped a video for their song “Diamond Light Body“. You can find that video below.    
  Cynic release a new song called “In A Multiverse Where Atoms Sing” through a drum play through online. The video is performed by the band’s Matt Lynch. The track is from the band’s upcoming new album Ascension Codes, which will be out on November 26 via Season Of Mist.    
It’s being reported that drummer Sean Reinert of Cynic/ex-Death, etc has passed away at the age of 48. Reports suggest that he was found unresponsive in his California home on January 24th. Reinheart had an influential career and is most known for his with Cynic. Health problems derailed Reinhert‘s abilities to perform in 2014 and a very public