Unsilence Recording Second Album
British doom veterans Unsilence made the announcement that they are recording their second full-length album. As of yet, the album does not have a label or a release date. Guitarist Kieron Tuohey posted the following on the band's facebook page:
"This month, UK doom metal act Unsilence will start recording their next album at Full Stack Studio in Great Harwood, Lancashire with Matt Richardson engineering. The album, as yet untitled, will feature seven songs which are:
A Fire On The Sea
A Thousand Seasons
On Wild Fields
Now in our twentieth year, this will be our second album and the first since 2009's 'Under A Torn Sky' (PsychDOOMelic/Labyrinth Of Thoughts). As well as Unsilence mainstays of Kieron Tuohey (guitar) and James Kilmurray (guitar/vocals), the line-up for this album is once again completed by former drummer Jonathon Gibbs. And James Moffatt will be playing bass, replacing the recently departed long-time bassist David Elliott. Both are members of The Human Condition along with myself (Kieron). The band are presently a studio only band due to James's college activity."
While awaiting the new release, head over to bandcamp to stream "Under a Torn Sky" and Unsilence's other two MCDs from its discography.
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