This past Monday (08/20) Sinch started the recording of their yet to be titled Roadrunner debut in the hometown of Hank Williams - Nashville, TN - in the studio of their producer Malcolm Springer, a place called The Rock. They spent the first couple days getting their sound together and getting everything set up for which will be the building blocks of their next month plus in the studio with Malcolm. Remember the concept of 'pre-production' that we always write about? ('pre-production' meaning the time the band spends with the producer rehearsing and getting on the same page, before actual recording starts - usually two weeks time) Well, seems for this project, 'pre-production' has been thrown out the window, as the band has already started recording during their first week with Malcolm. Word is, if everything is 'vibing and sounding good' (and that is the word), they track it. Instead of going through a week or two of 'pre-prod', if the energy is there and the feeling is right (and that is the word), record it. To date, they have laid down all the basic tracks (drums, bass, rhythm guitar, scratch vocals) to a song called "433", and they are now working on the song "Tabula Rasa". Speaking of "Tabula Rasa", expect to see a self produced video for the song here on the site in the coming weeks, a video done entirely by Sinch's guitarist Tony Lannutti. Word also has it that come Monday or Tuesday, they should have a total of 3 or 4 songs tracked. Just one more piece of info - throughout this recording process Sinch and Malcolm will be working 7 days/week, 12 hours a day (usually from noon to midnight)...now put that in your pipe and smoke it...