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Forgotten Silence

Forgotten Silence
Origin Czech Republic, Brno
Genres Death metal
Progressive metal
Years active 1993–present
Labels Redblack, Obscene, Epidemie
Associated acts VUVR

Forgotten Silence is an experimental band from the Czech Republic founded in 1993. Their earlier material can be described as death metal with some progressive/art rock leanings. Their latest release is 2006's Kro Ni Ka ("Chro Ni Cle"), an album of a decidedly ethnic and experimental bent, with very few traces of their earlier heavy sound. The release won a Razor Award for best metal recording of the year.[1]

Current members

  • Krusty - Bass, vocals
  • Medvěd - Guitar
  • Marty - Keyboard
  • Čepa - Drums and percussions
  • Petr Sevcik - Vocals
  • Hyenik - Guitar

Former members

  • Skuny - Vocals
  • Petra - Vocals
  • Hana - Vocals
  • Prochin - Guitar
  • Iggy - Guitar and programming
  • Biggles - Guitar and vocals
  • Straton - Drums
  • Milon - Drums
  • Chrobis - Drums
  • Bana - Keyboard
  • Lauda - Keyboard
  • Siki - Cello


Studio albums

  • Thots (MC 1995; CD 1996; digi remaster 2009)
  • Senyaan (MC/2CD 1998)
  • Ka Ba Ach (CD 2000; MC 2001)
  • Kro Ni Ka (CD/digi 2006) - (the Czech word "kronika" means "chronicle" in English)
  • La Grande Bouffe (CD 2012)

EPs, Demos, Splits

  • The Nameless Forever... The Last Remembrance (Demo) (MC 1994; CD remaster 2005)
  • Clara split with DISSOLVING OF PRODIGY (7"EP 1996)
  • The Hills Of Senyaan pt.II split with AGONY (7"EP/MC 1997)
  • Hathor's Place split with NOTRE DAME (7"EP 1999)
  • Utok song on A TRIBUTE TO MASTERS HAMMER (compCD 1999)
  • Yarim Ay (7"EP/picture disc 2002)
  • Bya Bamahe Neem (EP: CD/digi 2004)
  • Tumulus split with CHIASMATIC (7"EP 2008)


External links

  • Forgotten Silence official web site
  • Myspace
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