Remember when we wrote that Sinch would be heading down to Nashville on August 15th to start the recording of their yet to be titled Roadrunner debut? Well, twas but a mere aberration in the Production Gospel According To Dave - that date has been pushed back by three days. On Saturday (08/18), Jamie, Tony, Mike and Dan, collectively known as the band Sinch, will be flying from the comforts of Philadelphia to the streets of Nashville, TN. Reason for the 3 day delay? To start the recording process off at the beginning of the week, instead of mid-week (aren't you glad you now know that little bit of info???). Starting Monday (08/20), Sinch will start rehearsing and getting on the same page with their producer, Malcolm Springer, at The Rock...in the streets of Nashville, TN. Currently armed with 12 tracks, figure this rehearsal period (a.k.a. pre-production) to last around 2 weeks. At such point afterwards, they will start the actual recording (we'll keep you posted). And now, we will leave you with some words of wisdom, inspiration, encouragement, and truth from Sinch's A&R Rep here at Roadrunner, Paul Conroy: "Sinch has worked their collective asses off for over eight months in preparation for this record. The month spent with Walter Schreifels (Rival Schools, Quicksand) definitely raised my expectations for this record and they were incredibly high to begin with. Their producer Malcolm Springer will take this band to the next level. Sinch will deliver a record, an emotional heavy rock record that will break through the glut of pop metal and one hit wonder rock bands that are over-saturating the market." Keep checking back for band updates from the studio...and for updates from The Production Gospel According To Dave...