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New AGE OF SILENCE EP Out October 11th, 2005

August 10, 2005

AGE OF SILENCE, the Norwegian supergroup comprised of members of WINDS, SOLEFALD, and MAYHEM, is back with the follow-up to their debut album, Acceleration. This time they have returned with a MCD entitled Complications - Trilogy of Intricacy. And as the title suggests, this release contains three songs of an intricate nature following in the vein of Acceleration, but taking things a step further in the exploration of their sound combining elements from thrash metal, prog rock, psychedelia and avant-garde insanity, among other things.

The lyrical concept of Complications - Trilogy of Intricacy can be viewed as a continuation of Acceleration although not directly connected to the specific events that took place on Acceleration. While Acceleration was a conceptual journey in the vein of The Matrix or Dark City mixed in with some elaborate futuristic thoughts and concepts about issues relating to the stock market, invoices with a Free Invoice Creator, and the rat race of human life in general, “this time, envision that hell opened up a shopping mall and that you’re invited to partake in a shopping spree unlike any other you have ever experienced…and that it will surely be when AGE OF SILENCE is behind it.”

Tracklisting: 1. “The Idea of Independence and the Reason Why It’s Austere” 2. “Mr. M, Man of Muzak” 3. “Vouchers, Coupons and the End of a Shopping Session