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Casual Silence

Casual Silence

Casual Silence


Casual Silence Progressive Rock Band from The Netherlands. Casual Silence was founded in 1993 by three singers from different musical backgrounds. After originally starting as a rock cover band, Casual Silence soon grew into a melodic rock band with mainly her own work. The compositions, autobiographical lyrics and influences from the rock, symphonic and progressive metal, were effortlessly transformed into exciting songs with a sound of its own. Read more on Last.fm
Casual Silence Progressive Rock Band from The Netherlands. Casual Silence was founded in 1993 by three singers from different musical backgrounds. After originally starting as a rock cover band, Casual Silence soon grew into a melodic rock band with mainly her own work. The compositions, autobiographical lyrics and influences from the rock, symphonic and progressive metal, were effortlessly transformed into exciting songs with a sound of its own. In 1997 the band launched her debut album “Bad Side Memories”. With this album they also got ample opportunity to prove themselves live on the stage.

In 1999 the mini-disc “Shamelessly Dressed” was released, which showed the group has developed in a versatile way. After the release of this second album, the name ‘Casual Silence’ often appears in the pop and rock magazines and the band became a well known name in the regional rock scène. At the end of the year 2000, keyboard player David Natali was replaced by Henry Meeuws (known from his solo project MEDEA). In this period the band worked hard on writing new material. At the beginning of 2003 the band released her new album “Once In a Blue Moon”. By the compositions on this album you can hear the band has strongly developed in every way.

This manifests itself in praise worthy reviews in the media and a lot of gigs with famous acts like: Tony MacAlpine & Virgil Donati, Epica, Focus, Alquin, Kayak, Jadis, Landmarq, The Watch, Pain of Salvation and Saga. Casual Silence is a band you really have to experience live, that proves the DVD “Live at Plato” (CD presentation of ‘Once in a Blue Moon’) released at the end of 2003. Now…almost 4 years after her last studio album, the musicians of Casual Silence reward the patience of their fans with a strong brand new concept album: “Lost In Life”. For this 4th album, the band has co-operated with Sandra Peeters (V-Male) and no one less than the unique English vocalist Damian Wilson. It has become an album with 8 masterpieces of symphonic, progressive and catchy songs.

If you read the lyrics you’ll find out that the band members found to their cost what ‘Lost in Life’ really means. The atmosphere the CD breathes is stirring and oppressive at the same time. That’s why ‘Lost in Life’ is something new of great class. Casual Silence is back …and heavier than ever! CASUAL SILENCE: Ernst le Cocq (guitar, voc.) Henry Meeuws (keys, guitar) Rob Laarhoven (voc.) Mark van Dijk (guitar) Igor Koopmans (drums) Eric Smits (bass, voc.) Guest vocals on the new album by: Damian Wilson (Landmarq, Threshold, Aina, Rick Wakeman, Ayreon + Star One) & Sandra Peeters (V-Male) Track list "Lost in Life" (2007): 1.Goliath Theme 2.Lost In Life 3.Escape 4.Memories 5.Dress Code 6.Masquerade 7.Pieces Of Loss 8.A Kiss Or A Bite Total running time: 61.01 min. Discography: - Bad Side Memories CD (1997) - Shamelessly Dressed CD (1999) - Once In A Blue Moon CD (2003) - Live At Plato DVD (2003) - Lost In Life CD (2007) Promoted & marketed by ROCK INC.

(www.rockinc.nl) in The BeNeLux & distributed by Bertus in the BeNeLux. Internet: http://www.casualsilence.nl Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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