Compact Disc Digi

Compact Disc Digi

SHUNU RECORDS(RMR608)

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A World of Silence  will be releasing their debut album "Still" through Shunu Records and it promises to be a driving, progressive-tinged behemoth of a heavy-rock record.

The quartet, made up of Benedetta Capecchi on vocals, Matteo Benvenuti on guitars, Alessandro Sebastiani on bass and Daniele Cianferoni on drums, have been gathering awards back home in Florence, Italy since forming in 2011 with their outstanding song writing and committed performances, and last year won the right to perform at the prestigious "Pistoia Blues festival" through a TV show, where they opened for Morcheeba on the main stage.

But that is only one of the many prizes they've gathered, other highlights include coming third in the "Summer Giovani Lucca" contest in 2011, winning long-established festival "Suoni Nella Notte" in 2013, winning the "Most radio-ready original song" by Radio Lady with their single First Human Attack,  and opening for Alteria in 2013 at the Borderline Club in Pisa, a show that was aired by RockTV, while the band have made it on to various 'hot lists' with their outstanding, polished sound.

Benedetta's extraordinary vocals are the enchanting yet powerful cherry on top of what are intricate, melodic weaves, with an occasional touch of menace, and expertly crafted by Matteo on guitar and Alessandro and Daniele in a watertight rhythm section.

TRACK LIST

1. First Human Attack
2. Pollen
3. Still
4. Nonsense
5. Something Permanent
6. High Score
7. Mare Mendacis
8. Achille
Colour : None
Product type : Compact Disc Digi
Item no. : RMR608
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