SYMPOSIUM: THIS'LL KILL YA

After quitting their [B]Rupert Murdoch[/B] owned label, [a]Symposium[/a] are back...

SYMPOSIUM: THIS'LL KILL YA
Symposium, who have just completed a UK tour, release their first single on their own label Sympomania Recordings. 'Killing Position' is out on May 17, available on CD and 7" vinyl, backed with another new track called 'Wall Of Silence' and a live version of 'The End' recorded in Chicago.

The enhanced CD will also have video footage recorded at last year's Reading Festival.

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CD: Symposium - On The Outside[/url]
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Live: Symposium - Oxford Zodiac[/url] tour dates
Click for the gig guide[/url] They also play a show next week at London King's Cross The Scala on Thursday, April 22.

Symposium parted company with Mushroom Records earlier this year when the label was taken over by Rupert Murdoch.

You can also check out the band on their website[/url].

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