Colorado's SILENCER have signed an exclusive licensing agreement with Italy's Adrenaline Records for a European edition of the "Structures" EP, entitled "Found On The Sun". In addition to select "Black Flames & Burning Worlds" and "Kozmos" bonus cuts, the EP will include a brand new track, entitled "Apollocide", the first to feature Dan Lynn on lead guitar.

"Found On The Sun" is a European territory-only release, but the band are making arrangements to get a limited number of copies from the label for sale directly here in the United States.

A September release is expected.

Upcoming SILENCER tour dates:

Jul. 16 - Stardust Lounge – Downey, CA
Jul. 17 - Cheyenne Saloon - Las Vegas, NV
Jul. 19 - The Attic – Albuquerque, NM
Jul. 20 - The Durango – Amarillo, TX
Jul. 23 - Niener's - Kansas City, MO
Jul. 25/26 – Milwaukee Metalfest XVII – Milwaukee, WI


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