SILENTIUM To Release New Single In April

Finnish atmospheric doom metallers SILENTIUM have issued the following update:

"SILENTIUM shall release the second single out from the album 'Seducia'. The release date shall be at the end of April. The A-side of the single is 'Dead Silent', which has been reincarnated. There shall also be two B-sides which also are all different version relased on anywhere else."

SILENTIUM released its latest album, "Seducia", in January 2006 via Dynamic Arts Records. The CD was the sequel to the "Frostnight" single, which came out in October 2005. According to a Dynamic Arts press release, the album "delivers bombastical, cold atmospheres" with a total running time of 48 minutes.

"Seducia" is the group's first full-length release to feature vocalist Riina Rinkinen, who joined the group in July 2004.

Upcoming SILENTIUM shows:

Mar. 06 - Tulliklubi - Tampere, Finland
Mar. 19 - In Live Caffe - Lisbon, Porugal
Mar. 20 - CCB - Castelo Branco, Portugal


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