Project Silence – Infection

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Following the well-received June release of Flesh Of The God last year, the first single from the band’s upcoming second album, Project Silence finished 2015 off with its second teaser in the fiery shape of Infection. Living up to its name, the song is an invasive fusion of industrial metal and aggressive electronic invention for which the band is increasingly renowned for but ,as its predecessor, also with something fresh and individual to it which suggests that their upcoming sophomore full-length is going to be one fascinating and eventful proposition.

project silence infection_RingMaster Review     Hailing from Kuopio and formed by vocalist/programmer/keyboardist Delacroix in 2008, Project Silence was initially a solo project seeded in dark electro /aggrotech flavouring. Within months the addition of drummer Silve_R alongside guitarists J and Mr. Sanderz saw the band grow as indeed their sound which was in potent evidence on their acclaimed debut album 424 released 2012. With bass player Sturmpanzerjäger also on board by then, the album was a striking experimentation of industrial, electro, and diverse flavourings of melodic and extreme metal. Its success was matched and sound pushed on by two track single One Way to Hell the following year and even more so by Flesh Of The God and now Infection. The new single is confirmation that the band’s sound has blossomed again; in many ways to be harsher and more irritable but equally more melodically and symphonically intricate and imaginative too, which as suggested makes anticipation and intrigue for the next Project Silence album very eager.

Vocal and electronic suggestiveness collude to court the imagination initially as the song literally grows within ears, its drama soaked walls of muscular temptation and roguish rhythms washed in atmospheric mystery and synth sprayed melodic tempting. Similarly vocals provide a blend of contrasts and dark secrets within their opening baiting, it all blending into evolving rich adventure aligned to dips into equally pleasing clarity where classic and symphonic metal hues bound hand in hand through the ravenous industrial discontent fuelling the energy rousing proposition.

As with any Project Silence encounter the depths are as lively and imaginative as the surface, distinct and varied textures colliding and combining for a welcomingly fierce and anthemically corrosive contagion; something bordering on euphonic viral sound as predatory and merciless as it is enticing.

Igniting ears and appetite once again, Project Silence provokes one overriding thought with Infection; roll on album two.

Infection is out now as a name your price download @ https://projectsilence.bandcamp.com/album/infection

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Project Silence – Flesh Of The God

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Though less than two years since Finnish industrial metallers released the rousing and impressive single One Way to Hell, time seems to have gone particularly slow waiting for the next instalment of their creative ravishing of ears and imagination. The wait is now over as the band unleashes new single Flesh Of The God, a track building on the potential and gripping qualities of its predecessor and those bred in the band’s previous debut album, and with ease revealing itself as the Kuopio quintet’s finest moment yet.

cover\- Reputation Radio/RingMaster Review   Project Silence began as 2008 opened its eyes, originally as a dark electro /aggrotech seeded solo project for founder and vocalist/programmer/keyboardist Delacroix. Towards the end of that first year drummer Silve_R alongside guitarists J and Mr. Sanderz were brought into the project with the following summer seeing the band begin work on their first album. Its creation and songs saw a stronger industrial and melodic metal flavouring evolving in the band’s sound, one reinforced by the rabid throaty tones conjured by new bassist Sturmpanzerjäger who joined up at the start of 2012. 424 was released in the winter of that year, its sprawling brawl of intense promise within a conviction of brutality and rabid enterprise soon awakening attention and acclaim. The album was as diverse as it was uncompromisingly contagious, a potent base from which One Way to Hell grew its own fresh and creative fury across two songs. It was a new stretching of the band’s imagination and bracing sound but now shown as also one step towards the fiercer and more skilfully incendiary design of Flesh Of The God.

The new single makes a low key yet ominous arrival around ears, keys brewing a sonic mist and warning from which the song erupts with rampant riffs, rousing rhythms, and rugged creative terrain. The keys continue to weave an alluring atmospheric coating around song and imagination, within which the vocals of Delacroix, aligned to equally volatile sounds, pounces with emotive growls and venomous expression. Melodic persuasion is just as potent and persuasive in the tempest too, bringing a warmer climate and tempering to the hostile emprise trespassing and thrilling the senses but simultaneously emphasizing its power and uncompromising attitude.

Electro, metal, industrial, symphonic and more are textures and spices all entwined within the creative maelstrom of Flesh Of The God, the result Project Silence’s most inventive, explosive, and virulent offering to date.

Flesh Of The God is out now @ http://projectsilence.bandcamp.com/album/flesh-of-the-god

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RingMaster 16/06/2015

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Project Silence – One Way To Hell

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    Project Silence is a sonic and invasive scourge from Finland which ignited a lasting passion and hunger in us for their presence through the album 424 which unleashed its extreme toxicity last year. The album was brawl of intense promise which shared a brutality and bewitchment that overwhelmed and seduced the passions. The band now return on December Friday 13th with new single One Way To Hell, a two track creative fury which confirms all of the intensive promise and stature of the previous release whilst stretching the band’s imagination and abrasive qualities even further.

Hailing from Kuopio, the band was formed in 2008 as initially a solo project of Delacroix (vocals, programming, keyboards),  who began brewing up a distinct dark aggressive design from ferocious essences bred in the likes of industrial metal, dark electro, trance, aggrotech, and black metal. A demo emerged soon after the project was unveiled followed to relative success by the single Voices the following year. 2012 saw the line-up of Mr. Sanderz (guitar), J (guitar), Silve R (drums), and Sturmpanzerjäger (bass) alongside Delacroix before debut album 424 was uncaged on the world to strong responses from fans backed by equally enthused critical acclaim from within the underground press alongside radio play on shows like The Bone Orchard at Audioburger.com. The experimental muscular confrontation of the new single takes the heights set by the album not maybe to new plateaus but certainly to intriguingly different and just as impressive corrosive adventures.

One Way to Hell emerges from an enveloping sonic mist; one soaked in menace and brewing industrial toxicity speared by one way to hell coverincreasingly intimidating beats and an asylum bred laugh. As soon as it has comfortably coaxed attention and intrigue from its recipient the band expels a squall of heavy duty rhythms and equally muscular riffs stalked magnetically by the shadow dwelling keys and malevolent vocal growls bred in even darker places. The track does not go for the jugular but instead bears its full weight upon the senses to immerse the whole of the listener and thoughts within a bruising and merciless yet seductive pestilence. With a deceptively contagious chorus and a just as virulently tempting swagger to its stride, the song initially does not make the same immediate impression as many tracks on the album did but with startling imagination and twists, like the excellent full stringed almost folky lure crafted by the guitars, the encounter evolves and increases its persuasion through its first and definitely across multiple returns. It is a slow burner in many ways but soon finds the flint to spark an enthusiastically hungry appetite for its bold adventure.

The track is accompanied by Death and Madness, an onslaught which carves a swifter impact on and submission from the passions to reinforce the thrilling potential and striking evolution of sound as presented in One Way To Hell. Production is less precise and clean on the second track which only adds to the throaty lure offered by the bass and mutually predacious guitar riffs punctured by just as threatening rhythms. Coursing with infection dripping grooves and rabid hooks, as well as dangerously alluring melodic seducing from the keys, the track is an epidemic of incendiary pestilence and destructive enterprise woven with threads of wanton beauty and classical elegance. Masterful and creating an even greater creative alchemy than its impressive co-provocateur, the song is a towering predator and excuse for all newcomers to check out the uncompromising might of Project Silence.

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8.5/10

RingMaster 11/12/2013

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