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La Verne, CA
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Portrait of The Syncope Threshold
The Syncope Threshold was formed in 2006 and consists of Joe Garcia (vocals), Ryan Cano (guitar), Tom Borboa (guitar) and brothers Ron (bass) and Mike Tole (drums). Their collaborative effort combines the best elements of punk rock, heavy metal and post hardcore music in an aggressive and melodic display of technical prowess that is far beyond the years of most bands these days.

Hailing from La Verne, CA on the east side of Los Angeles County, the band credits a long and diverse list of influences including everyone from Pink Floyd to Bright Eyes to Between the Buried and Me. But one collective goal in this explosive project prevails: to defy the constraints of popular music and unleash a unique sound on the world at large. Their 6-song EP “End of the Beginning” was described as “originality at its finest” by AMP magazine and provides a much needed breath of fresh air to a market that has been suffocated by the mediocrity of cookie-cutter bands. With the release of their debut album “Tale of the Complex Circuit”, TST is bound for international success as they demolish the boundaries of traditional genres and bring a new standard of musicianship to the table.
 
 
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