New AGE OF SILENCE EP Out October 11th, 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

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