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The Story Behind Sinch:
Sinch is a five-piece alternative rock music group from Doylestown, Pennsylvania in the United States.
The alternative rock quartet Sinch formed in 1994 while its members were attending different high school's in Doylestown and Willow Grove in the U.S. state of Pennsylvania. To the dismay of parents and the bemusement of friends, the members of Sinch made a pact that upon leaving school they would dedicate themselves to the band rather than pursue college or the military.
In 1996 the band self-produced its first album titled, The Strychnine, earning it regular live slots along the East Coast. Two years later, Sinch released its second record titled, Diatribe, which gained them further notoriety and won them supporting slots with major label artists including Ko?n, Rob Zombie, Linkin Park and Chevelle.
This exposure was sufficient to garner the band a major label deal. In 2001, they signed with Roadrunner Records and produced their self-titled album with producer Malcolm Springer. The first single from the album was "Something More". It was released to radio stations worldwide and became one of the Top 100 active rock singles of 2002. Sinch's self-titled album became one of Roadrunner's highest selling debut releases, and ultimately went on to sell over 100,000 copies worldwide.
During this period, Sinch became known for their use of the "Ocular Noise Machine", a guitar-shaped video device made of transparent lucite (acrylic glass) which is operated by the band's fifth member, Jay Smith. The device, also known as a Viditar, feeds computerised footage on to projector screens, and edits it in real-time during the band's live performances. The footage is edited via buttons on the machine's neck and knobs and sliders on its body. Used in conjunction with a PowerBook, the buttons allow the operator to select video files to display, whilst employing knobs and sliders to manipulate and apply special effects to the images. Fearing the device would be copied by another band or, worse, a corporation, Smith applied to have the device patented.
Sinch were released from Roadrunner Records mid-2004, after the label decided to pass up the option of renewing the bands contract. It was said that Roadrunner didn't know how to market the band, as they didn't fit into any of the metal/rock genres that they specialise in.
Sinch's second major album titled, Clearing the Channel, was released on March 22, 2005 via independent label Rock Ridge Music, who remain as the band's current label.
"To Die In Fall" – 4:14
"433 (Hypothetical Situation)" – 4:03
"Tabula Rasa" – 3:38
"Something More" – 3:45
"Passive Resistor" – 3:55
"The Arctic Ocean" – 2:56
"Seven" – 4:01
"Plasma" – 5:00
"The Silent Acquiescence Of Millions" – 8:44
"Bitmap" – 4:42
"Armslength" – 3:52
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Sinch (Self Titled) is the group's major label debut, released via Roadrunner Records in July 2002. The album was generally well received, and went on to sell close to 100,000 copies worldwide. Roadrunner decided not to renew the band's contract, leading to a three year delay before they resurfaced with Clearing the Channel.