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World of Silence

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2.96 | 4 ratings | 1 reviews | 0% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 1998

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Four Seasons - 06:28
2. Times to Come - 09:10
3. Alone - 05:46
4. In Search - 07:19
5. Still All is Silent - 06:42
6. Daze - 07:51

Total playing time 43:16

Line-up / Musicians

Mathias Sandquist - Vocals
Mikael Dahlqvist - Acoustic & Electric Guitars
Thomas Heder - Keyboards
Fredric Danielsson - Bass
Bruno Andersen - Drums and Percussion

Releases information

Release on CD in October 19th, 1998 on Black Mark Productions

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Review by b_olariu
3 stars World of Silence is an unknown progressive metal band from Sweden who released only two albums in the '90's and then diseppeared into oblivion. This is their secong album and aswell the last one from their career named MIndscapes from 1998 released at Black Mark records. Here are 3 members from another swedish band Godgory, the keyboard player Thomas Heder, the bassist Fredric Danielsson and the guitarist Mikael Dahlqvist. The music is quite diffrent from Godgory who was something a la doom with death metal elements, World of Silence is a progressive metal band full of great keyboards arrangements and a good voice of Mathias Sandquist. While as a whole the album is good, doesn't captured me entirely, some good moments on Four seasons and Times to come, but the rest are nothing realy excellent, only good. Anyway this ia a good album that worth investigated if you like progressive music and specialy progressive metal, nothing realy overt the top but pleasent album. 3 stars, that means good, but far from being something essential.

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