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SILENT DESCENT Announce New Album Details






Metal six-piece SILENT DESCENT announce new album details



Metal six-piece SILENT DESCENT will release their eagerly anticipated new album 'Turn To Grey' on the 30th November 2017. Being once called ‘Enter Shikari for sweaty goths’, this forthcoming album represents the approach of a band keen to move forward, making a record for themselves as well as their loyal fanbase. It represents all the depth and diversity of their influences and catches the essence of the band more so than any of their previous releases.

Check out the video for single release 'Vortex' (feat. Bjorn 'Speed' Strid of Soilwork) taken from the forthcoming album here below.. 






https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0t10pMk_gAQ

Having been a band now for over a decade, SILENT DESCENT's back catalogue is more than impressive; they’ve played numerous slots at Download, Full Force and Bloodstock Festivals, have previously been featured in Metal Hammer, Kerrang and Powerplay magazines and have sold out shows up and down the UK.

It's taken time for the band to recover from the setback of being signed to the illusive Rising Records. The impact that caused was not just financially draining but also mentally exhausting.

In 2017 the band are back and stronger than ever; it may have taken four years for this record to be ready, but we can guarantee that it is definitely worth the wait!






‘Turn To Grey’ track listing:

1) X (51.362820, 0.213735)
2) Turn To Grey
3) Vortex (feat. Bjorn 'Speed' Strid of Soilwork)
4) Rob Rodda
5) Sticky Fingers
6) Voices
7) Gravesend
8) Under The Eagle
9) Paths Winding
10) Hurt Like You’ve Never Been Loved
11) Back To Where I Belong
12) Break The Skies





'Turn To Grey' is released on the 30th November 2017.

Website: www.silentdescent.com
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Twitter: www.twitter.com/silentdescent

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