FOREST SILENCE's 'Philosophy of Winter' Album Out Now

Candlelight Records has just released the full-length debut from Hungarian act FOREST SILENCE. Formed by keyboard player Winter in 1997 as a side project of SEAR BLISS, FOREST SILENCE released three unique demos — "The Third Winter" in 1997, "Winter Circle" in 1999 and "Eternal Winter" in 2001 — before inking a record deal.

According to a press release, "Philosophy Of Winter" contains "six outrageous songs, each of them is an individual journey to the very depths of wintry woods. FOREST SILENCE's music can be described as sublime dark winter music. Unbelievable atmosphere and chaos, monstrous storm of sounds, chilling guitar tones and extremely unique and cold keyboard voices make FOREST SILENCE a musical experience never heard before. 'Philosophy Of Winter' is a slow, hypnotic and meditative musical journey."


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