Colorado metallers SILENCER have announced that they have signed a two-album deal with Belgium's Mausoleum Records. Their long-awaited full-length debut, entitled "Death of Awe" (view cover here), will be released in Europe in January 2006 (North American distribution will be handled by The End Records). "Death of Awe" is said to be "yet another step in the band's evolution, showcasing a vicious, epic approach to modern thrash." The track listing is as follows:

01. Earth Rule Murder
02. Mnemodrone
03. Transport
04. Signal To Noise
05. Redshift
06. Twilight
07. Antitwilight
08. Fracture
09. The Death Of Awe
10. The Harvest
11. Aeonic

Recorded in 2004 and 2005, the album was tracked at Valkyrie Studios and Flatline Audio (CEPHALIC CARNAGE, SUMMON, THROCULT, THE MANDRAKE). The band will begin playing select pre-release dates in late fall/early winter to be announced soon, with more dates beginning in 2006 to support the album's release.


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