00:05 - Maco If he wasn't a spambot or a prick, then why would you ban him? :p
00:05 - Opethian So this idiot missed out on Fallujah. Didnt know they were touring with Black Dahlia and I decided not to go. Serves me right I suppose :/
23:51 - psykometal Totalban doesn't do it automagically because not everybody we ban are spambots, and not everybody we ban was always a prick or whatever, so we don't feel it necessary to delete all of their comments from all over the site.
Silentium has set their forthcoming album on prelisten. "Amortean" will be released on December 3rd in Finland. All the 9 songs are available for listening at the band's MySpace site.
The band's new album was recorded at a studio in central Finland with the multi-talented mainman of Waltari, Kärtsy Hatakka. The band previously said the following about the new material: "some major surprises reserved for loyal fans, who have been more than patient in the wait for the new album. All the Silentians agree that the new material is the most impressive up to date! Prepare yourselves for a massive music experience. This fall, Silentium will be back, more powerful than ever!"
Finnish metallers Silentium have issued the following update:
"After a while of silence the band has retired to a studio in Central Finland. At this point the drums, the bass and most of the guitars have been recorded. Some of the vocals have been recorded as well, although Riina and Matti are due to return to the studio in July. The band has some major surprises reserved for their loyal fans, who have been more than patient in the wait for the new album. All the Silentians agree that the new material is the most impressive up to date! Prepare yourselves for a massive music experience. This fall, Silentium will be back, more powerful than ever!".
Silentium's new album, which is scheduled for release on October 29, is being produced by the multi-talented mainman of Waltari, Kärtsy Hatakka.
Finnish Atmospheric Doom metallers Silentium have posted online a new video Link] for the song "Dead Silent".
The track comes off the band's last album, entitled "Seducia", which was released in January 2006 via Dynamic Arts Records.
"The Violin has been replaced by cello virtuoso Elias Kahila. Kahila´s own "cello rock" show remains as a his number one project. Kahila is operating with Silentium atleast on the forthcoming album and on the 2005 gigs".
Silentium has signed a new record deal with Dynamic Arts Records. This deal is for two records and Silentium will hit the studio in the next May.
"We have waited this day to come and are anxious to get to work with DAR", Silentium comments.