Silence Of A Silhouette | Escaping Reality

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Escaping Reality

by Silence Of A Silhouette

Catchy, upbeat, guitar-driven melodies with lyrics that every fan can relate to. Bringing a harder aspect to their songs with screaming vocals and breakdowns. Keyboards and plenty of harmonies are mixed into a very ambient sound.
Genre: Rock: Emo
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1. Pandora's Box
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2. The Flavor
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3. Goodbye Sunshine
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4. Give Me A Sign
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5. One Eye Closed
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6. Making Things Worse / Everything's Not Enough
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Forming in November of 2004, Silence Of A Silhouette had one thing in mind: To bring a different and more intricate sound to the everyday music scene in Cleveland. As of 2007, the band signed with Metrohouse Management. Silence Of a Silhouette just worked with Cole Martinez (Dave Matthew's Band, Between Home And Serenity) on their first official EP which will be released March 8th 2008. Shortly after their EP release, they will tour the east coast. With lyrics that relate to the audience, complicated and carefully written music and an unforgettable stage performance, Silence Of a Silhouette will leave a lasting impression.


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Brilliant album
Well worth the purchase. These guys are one of the best bands I've heard of in a long time, collaborating different music styles to produce and inspiring collection of music.