KING DIAMOND Drummer MATT THOMPSON: Early Recording Posted Online

A 1995 recording featuring current KING DIAMOND drummer Matt Thompson has been made available for download. Says Matt: "In '95 I did a project for my friend Rich Logan in NJ called AUTUMN SILENCE, not long before coming to TX for college. It was the first thing I did after my shoulder surgery. It seems like 30 years ago! Rich recently contacted me and told me he put up mp3s of the session! It was a blast listening to the tracks. Rich eats guitars for breakfast, check it out!" Download a full version of the song "Thinking Man" and clips of "So This Is Home" and "Echoes In the Garden" at this location.

AUTUMN SILENCE's lineup for the "Echoes in the Garden" (1995) consisted of the following:

Mike Gorham - Vocals
Rich Logan -Guitars
Kevin Boyce - Keyboards
Chris Eike - Bass
Matt Thompson – Drums


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