SILENTIUM to Collaborate With NIGHTWISH Mainman On Upcoming CD

Finnish atmospheric doom metallers SILENTIUM will enter Sundicoop Studio in Savonlinna on Jan. 13, 2003 to record their third full-length album, "Harmátia de Prudence", with producer and NIGHTWISH mainman Tuomas Holopainen.

"I felt I needed some outsider's view for my songs and Tuomas crossed my mind," said keyboardist Sami Boman. "He's definitely one of the greatest songwriters in the scene, and he has also showed interest towards our music. Now when NIGHTWISH is at a break, he had time and passion for this project."

"The album will include eight-nine songs, lasting approximately an hour," reads a press release from the group's label, Spikefarm Records (a division of Spinefarm).

Among the song titles set to appear on the album are the following:

01. Act I: Flame Still Burns Th' False Tidings
02. Act II: Lost Prudence
03. Act III: Shame Forever Mine
04. Dark Whispers Th' Fall
05. Wither In Silence

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