Where The Serpents Grow

by Silence After Funeral

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Some guy The artist's description is apt. Nicely bridges the gaps between a bunch of subgenres in the dark metal spectrum, creating a unique sound. There's a lot of passion in this album. It's a shame it's so far under the radar. Check it out, doom/dark metal fans! Favorite track: The Shame And Regret.
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“When the music is a heart tearing expression of sadness”

Where The Serpents Grow is the debut album of Finnish melancholic metal band Silence After Funeral.

While the influences from gothic, doom and Scandinavian metal are present, yet very unorthodox elements are included. That gives unique flavor and strong personality to the band’s already progressive music.

Album tells heart breaking stories about death, unfortunate love and regret. There is no light at the end of the tunnel nor happy-ever-afters, just pure sadness and sorrow.

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released September 28, 2013

RECORDED, MIXED & MASTERED AT
STUDIO OF THE DEAD
BETWEEN 2009-2013
IN VIRKKALA, FINLAND

PRODUCED AND ENGINEERED BY
HOURE NOIR & ZACOB,
ASSISTED BY SURMALISTI

FRONT COVER PICTURE DESIGNED BY
CARLOS FIDES / ARTSIDE

COVER LAYOUT AND CONCEPT
DESIGNED BY HOURE NOIR

ALL SONGS WRITTEN. ARRANGED
AND PERFORMED BY
SILENCE AFTER FUNERAL

SILENCE AFTER FUNERAL ARE:
HOURE NOIR - ALL VOCALS, VARIOUS INSTRUMENTS & PROGRAMMING
ZACOB - VARIOUS INSTRUMENTS & PROGRAMMING

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Silence After Funeral Lohja, Finland

SILENCE AFTER FUNERAL plays melancholic metal with Scandinavian atmosphere.

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