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Finnish metallers SILENTIUM have issued the following brief update:
"There has been a slight error in advertising our forthcoming album. The correct release date is November 26th, NOT October 26th as it was mistakingly printed."
The band's new album will be released via Dynamic Arts Records. Further details as they surface.
Finnish metallers, Silentium, have issued the following update:
"After a while of silence the band has retired to a studio in Central Finland. At this point the drums, the bass and most of the guitars have been recorded. Some of the vocals have been recorded as well, although Riina and Matti are due to return to the studio in July. The band has some major surprises reserved for their loyal fans, who have been more than patient in the wait for the new album. All the Silentians agree that the new material is the most impressive up to date! Prepare yourselves for a massive music experience. This fall, Silentium will be back, more powerful than ever!"
"Dead Silent", the new video from Finnish atmospheric doom metallers SILENTIUM, can be viewed here. The track comes off the group's "Seducia" album, which was released in January 2006 via Dynamic Arts Records. The CD was the sequel to the "Frostnight" single, which came out in October 2005. According to a Dynamic Arts press release, the album "delivers bombastical, cold atmospheres" with a total running time of 48 minutes.
"Seducia" was the group's first full-length release to feature vocalist Riina Rinkinen, who joined the group in July 2004.
SILENTIUM keyboardist Sami Boman earlier in the month issued the following update:
"It's about time to get busy again. The new material for the next SILENTIUM album is starting to get its final shape. Still much training to do, but the writing is almost done. By the end of this year we all should have a complete album in our hands. I have to say I'm more pleased with the new material, than I have ever been before. In my opinion the most relevant thing is that I don't have to carry all the weight of the composing on my own shoulders anymore." More...
Keyboardist Sami Boman of the Finnish atmospheric doom metallers SILENTIUM has issued the following update:
"It's about time to get busy again. The new material for the next SILENTIUM album is starting to get its final shape. Still much training to do, but the writing is almost done. By the end of this year we all should have a complete album in our hands. I have to say I'm more pleased with the new material, than I have ever been before. In my opinion the most relevant thing is that I don't have to carry all the weight of the composing on my own shoulders anymore."
"I'm really thrilled and excited by the fact that Juha [Lehtioksa, guitar] has returned to writing new material for the band and is by the way responsible for the most part of the new compositions. That means killer riffs and extremely moody passages. The good old days are back! I'm also happy, that Riina [Rinkinen, vocals] has written her own material, that will be heard on the album too. All this has enrichened the band's sound to a completely new level. Now I don't have to arrange by force every single idea (even the more poor ones) that comes to mind to suite the new album but we are able to choose only the most shimmering jewels that will end up on the final cut." More...
Finnish atmospheric doom metallers SILENTIUM have uploaded two video clips from their August 12 "semi-acoustic" performance at Bar68 in Jyväskylä, Finland. Check them out: "Unbroken" (video) and "Parisienne Moonlight" (video).
SILENTIUM released its latest album, "Seducia", in January via Dynamic Arts Records. The CD was the sequel to the "Frostnight" single, which came out in October 2005. According to a Dynamic Arts press release, the album "delivers bombastical, cold atmospheres" with a total running time of 48 minutes.
"Seducia" is the group's first full-length release to feature vocalist Riina Rinkinen, who joined the group in July 2004.
Upcoming SILENTIUM shows:
Aug. 27 - Bar-15 - Seinäjoki, FIN
Sep. 21 - Sputkin - Tampere, FIN
Finnish atmospheric doom metallers SILENTIUM will enter the studio on May 2 to begin recording their fourth CD, tentatively due in late 2005 via Dynamic Arts Records.
SILENTIUM, who recently announced the addition of vocalist Riina Rinkinen and returning drummer Jari Ojala to the group's ranks, released their third album, "Sufferion - Hamartia of Prudence", in 2003 through Spikefarm Records. Produced by NIGHTWISH mainman Tuomas Holopainen, the CD was recorded at Sundicoop Studio in Savonlinna, Finland and featured a guest appearance by former LULLACRY and current SOULGRIND frontwoman Tanja Kemppainen.
Finnish goth metal band Silentium have announced a change in their line-up. The violin has been replaced by cello virtuoso Elias Kahila. Kahila's own "cello rock" show remains as a his number one project. Kahila is operating with Silentium at least on the forthcoming album and on the 2005 gigs.
Silentium has signed a new record deal with Dynamic Arts Records. This deal is for two records and Silentium will hit the studio in the next May. "We have waited this day to come and are anxious to get to work with DAR," Silentium comments.
Finnish doomsters have posted the following message on their official website:
"Now (we) are getting things roll again with the new band members Riina Rinkinen (female vox) and Jari Ojala (drums and yes, he's the very same man they begun Silentium with...) and I have to admit, the sound is better than ever. It could take a while before we see them on stage, but don't be hasty, your patience shall be truly rewarded. Silentium is also rehearsing new material and songs to play."
Silentium's last record, "Sufferion - Hamartia Of Prudence', was issued by Spikefarm Records last October.