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Code For Silence Issues Band Activity Update

Code For Silence has checked in with the following update about the band's activity:

"Greetings from CFS Music Camp, debut album D.M.O.N. is now available at Spotify and iTunes and where else... Don't actually even know but i was told it's on sale at several mp3 stores around the world. So chop-chop go and buy it, listen it, enjoy it, borrow it, trade it or even steal it if you have to but only thing that matters is that you share the musical experience with all of your friends who are not familiar with CFS yet.

"But now boyz n' gals and everything between, it's time to crack the curtain a bit to let ya know what's happening in a masculine (yeah right) maternity of CFS. We've produced a shitload of demo versions of songs that will form a successor for D.M.O.N. I'll guess it's something like 13 or 14 songs but naturally we wanna create a solid entity. But it's totally possible that every single song will end up on album, we'll see. And oh yeah, we've planned to hit the studio by the end of the year! New songs represent something old and something new.

"There's of course some fist-to-the-face attitude stuff, some gloomy but yet beautiful atmospheres, quite progressive elements, a lot of groove and something that...don't know how to describe it but the particular track I'm talking 'bout will include an featured musician with instrument we haven't used before in our songs. But no, I don't mean maracas. Basically I would say that we've added more everything to our songs and tried to extend our sound.

"Until next update stay with us for more exciting news, more tricky chord progressions, more crazy musicians and more Ninnnja Warri... Ok, maybe i'll just shut up now and concentrate on red wine that is calling me. Take care mates and have a helluva party this weekend."

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