Silence (band)

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Silence
OriginBavaria, Germany
GenresRock, Heavy metal
Years active1995–present
LabelsBiohazard records
WebsiteWorldinsilence.de
Members
Stefan Mueller
Bernd Wolf
Sebastian
Bastian
Oliver
Bastian
Past members
Holger Kronester
Marco Wolf

Silence is a German rock - heavy metal band. It was founded in 1995 in Bavaria, Germany. Its founding members were Stefan Mueller (guitar), Holger Kronester (drums), and the brothers Bernd (guitar) and Marco Wolf (bass). They played a mix of rock and metal music. Their music always had a dark, depressive side.

The band's first successful album was Enola. It was listed as "Album of the month" in German Metal-Hammer. The album was released in 2000. Three years later they recorded the p/o/u/r letters. It got very good reviews all over Germany and Europe. In 2007 they released their 5 track EP The Badtime Stories. With this album they got a record deal with the German record label Biohazzard Records, a sublabel of Danse macabre.

In 2010 they released the follow-up full-length album to the p/o/u/r letters. It was titled Life: Failed.

The today's members of the band consists of Stefan (singer), Bernd (guitar), Sebastian (keyboard), Bastian (guitar), Oliver (bass) and Bastian (drums).

Discography[change | change source]

  • 1996 Empty Souls (Demo)
  • 2000 Enola
  • 2003 The p/o/u/r letters
  • 2007 The Badtime Stories
  • 2010 Life: Failed

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