Lyrical themes are related to the ancient wars, madness, desolation, freezing nature and inner obscureness. Dead Silence sounds like traditional b.m. bands of 90-s: Darkthrone, Burzum, Immortal, though including some unusual elements for b.m. Void is the debut album, released in the august'2003, dedicated to the 10'th anniversary of the historical event related to black metal. Sound is mostly experimental, though sometimes a bit non-professional. RARE.BLACK.EVIL album is a compilation of rehearsals, unreleased studio recordings and one unreleased track. Grymlore is the latest available album.
Good sounding record with advanced drummer behind the kit. Album includes one re-recorded track from the first album - "Burial of War". 2. Dead Silence from Philadelphia, PA was formed in 2002. Discography 4-song demo (2002) 3.
Dead Silence from Boulder, CO, USA. Anarchist peacepunk Discography STRESS 12" (Unclean, 1985) BEGINNING OF THE END LP (Timekiller, 1986) FOR YOUR EGO'S SAKE 7" (Hippycore, 1988) HOPE 7" (Timekiller, 1989) FREEDOM 7" (Vinyl Communications) DEAD SILENCE/TIT WRENCH split 7" (Vinyl Communications, 1994) A BENEFIT 7" (Spiral, 1994) HELL, HOW COULD WE MAKE ANY MORE MONEY THAN THIS? 7" (Profane Existence, 1995) The photo above is from THIS Dead Silence, and appears on their first release, Stress (1985). The band saw many lineups along the way, as bands that stay together for over ten years will, but there were several key members that helped define the music this band created. Ted Silence remained the drummer for most of the band's life, although Marshall L.
(Eco Guerrillas) also played and recorded with the band at the end of its life. Steve R. (guitar, shown in photo on right) was the main guitarist for many years, bringing his unique feedback-y sound to the first few releases, while Joel S. gave the band a cleaner, and more consistent guitar sound for the last several years of the band.
Loren, Adam, Steve Bear, Jay K., Dennis M. (Expatriate), Jodi S., and even a couple of others added their talents and sounds along the way. In all, the band was never fully about the sound, although they enjoyed the music they created. They were also about the message, and the people they met all across the country and continent, along the way.
They were good, maybe not great, but definitely a band to see live! 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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