FellSilent Break Up

2010-04-05 by asaf | 33 Comments
English metal band Fellsilent have decided to disband.

The group posted the brief statement explaining their decision: “It is with heavy hearts but clear minds that we announce that this is the end of Fellsilent.

"There’s no big dramatic story to tell, but after 7 years of putting everything we had into this band, we’ve simply all moved on and are taking our musical creativity into new and exciting projects."


http://blogs.myspace.com/fellsilent

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chaps
April 5th 2010
2 Comments


Meh.

bloc
April 5th 2010
35192 Comments


Never liked this band, even though I love the style of music they played.

Deviant.
Staff Reviewer
April 5th 2010
31782 Comments


That's a big ass picture

Digging: Phace - Shape The Random

Willie
Moderator
April 5th 2010
16187 Comments


Is this band really Metalcore, Progressive, and Thrash or is someone just being obsessive-compulsive about filling the genres?

Digging: Moonspell - Extinct

Deviant.
Staff Reviewer
April 5th 2010
31782 Comments


Every second band on this site is progressive

Willie
Moderator
April 5th 2010
16187 Comments


yeah, no shit. I reject those pretty damn quick most of the time.

Deviant.
Staff Reviewer
April 5th 2010
31782 Comments


That's better

bloozclooz
April 5th 2010
1770 Comments


were these guys ever worthwhile? and i don't think severed savior is labeled as prog

bloc
April 5th 2010
35192 Comments


Musically, they're like Periphery and vocally, I dunno, Sikth or The Arusha Accord perhaps?

Vampolka
April 5th 2010
163 Comments


I agree with bloc's first comment. TesseracT is a really good band btw, check em' out if you haven't
heard em' before.

asaf
April 5th 2010
890 Comments


bloc kind of put it in place. this is sikth with a lite dab of veil of maya chugga lug (pretty much the same as circle of contempt, and other asorted sumerian bits). can certainly be overlooked, i just figured this was news worthy.

bloozclooz
April 5th 2010
1770 Comments


sounds turrible

supertouchox2
April 5th 2010
1062 Comments


Although being on the bandwagon with this sort of metal atm, they had some really good tracks.


new this was coming months ago anyway, still sucks.

GBJ
April 5th 2010
497 Comments


their other projects for the most part were better and going better places, so I understand the break up

supertouchox2
April 5th 2010
1062 Comments


monuments is sounding pretty sweet.

bloc
April 5th 2010
35192 Comments


Ooooh, it is sounding quite sweet.

Vampolka
April 5th 2010
163 Comments


Monuments sounds like two songs playing at once, it is awesome.

supertouchox2
April 5th 2010
1062 Comments


It sounds like what i wanted fell silent to sound like.

Vocals are much more original, need to hear more stuff.

Scoot
April 5th 2010
17993 Comments


Just start getting into them.

Digging: Troy Baker - Sitting In the Fire

ThePalestMexican
April 6th 2010
2816 Comments


these guys had a few meh songs, the weakest of all the prog metalcore bands.

Spec
April 6th 2010
27545 Comments


meh

Digging: Jeff Rosenstock - We Cool?

zuzek
April 6th 2010
752 Comments


Oh fuck. Loved 'The Hidden Words' and was looking forward to the second album, but had this happening in the back of my mind. Will definitely keep an eye on Monuments as well from now on, that track is jackrabbits jizzing sunshine.

It's lulz how much they get/got overlooked considering they started doing this stuff long before it became hot. Cheers for the music lads!

supertouchox2
April 6th 2010
1062 Comments


"how much they get/got overlooked considering they started doing this stuff long before it became hot"


so true.

WARisalliknow91
April 6th 2010
493 Comments


If they are like Circle of Contempt I need to give them a listen

circa923
April 6th 2010
74 Comments


They were done the second Acle went back to Tesseract full time, but damn were they good. They don't sound like Circle of COntempt really at all their vocal style is different, less aggressive drums, more layers in the melody, and they use lower tuned 7 strings.

GibTG
April 6th 2010
279 Comments


I could never really get into these guys, which is somewhat surprising considering I usually enjoy their "brand" but...

Hopefully they will still be somewhat influential through their members work after the band.

Iai
Emeritus
April 6th 2010
3553 Comments


Major local band here tbh. Not particularly upset about it though.

Slobo
April 7th 2010
140 Comments


Far too similar to Sikth

SatansLittleHelper
April 7th 2010
192 Comments


cool

supertouchox2
April 7th 2010
1062 Comments


The similarities between them and sikth are so small.


bloc
April 7th 2010
35192 Comments


Yeah, musically they are FAAAAAAAAAAAAAAR apart. I can hear some similarities in the vocals though.

supertouchox2
April 7th 2010
1062 Comments


Yeah that high pitched half scream/shout thing, i get you.

circa923
April 8th 2010
74 Comments


How could anyone be too similar to SikTh! RIP



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