Canadian rockers Sumo Cyco are getting ready to release their sophomore album at the end of March.

The band’s relentless touring schedule has taken them across both Europe and North America with the likes of Fozzy, Mushroomhead, Alien Ant Farm, Hed PE and Butcher Babies, to name but a few. Subsequently, Sumo Cyco has been gaining momentum with each and every visit to the UK.

Following a successful Pledge Music campaign, whereby Sumo Cyco achieved 249% of their target, the band went into the studio to record the follow-up to 2014’s Lost in Cyco City. To date, the band have previewed two tracks from their forthcoming album Opus Mar, including “Move Mountains (feat. Benji Webbe)” and “Anti-Anthem”. The album will receive its official release on 31st March. 

National Rock Review recently caught up with Sumo Cyco’s lead vocalist Skye “Sever” Sweetnam at the start of their co-headline tour with Devilskin at Think Tank in Newcastle to talk about their new record, the music scene back home in Canada, lessons learnt from their recent Pledge Music campaign and what it was like to work with Skindred’s Benji Webbe.

Audio Interview – Skye Sweetnam:

Default Gallery Type Template

This is the default gallery type template, located in:

If you're seeing this, it's because the gallery type you selected has not provided a template of it's own.

Sumo Cyco
Website | Facebook | Twitter


About The Author

Adam Kennedy is an experienced music photographer based in northeast England. He has been shooting concerts for several years, predominantly with the band Vintage Trouble. In 2013, he was one of their tour photographers, covering the UK and Ireland tour including the headline shows and as opening act for The Who. As an accomplished concert photographer, Adam's work has been featured in print such as, Classic Rock Blues Magazine, Guitarist Magazine, Blues in Britain magazine, broadcast on the MDA Telethon on ABC Television in the US, used in billboard advertising for Renaissance Hotels in the US, and featured online via music blogs such as Uber Rock and Guitar Planet. He is also the official photographer at Newcastle Rock and Blues Club.