Swedish post punk goth rockers Then Comes Silence have joined Metropolis Records for North and Central America and thus leave Nuclear Blast who had released their last album “Blood” worldwide. Their new album “Machine” is now being finished, and we’ll be able to offer you extra info pretty soon.
Then Comes Silence was formed in Stockholm in 2012. The same year they released a self-titled album “Then Comes Silence” on Novoton. It was followed the year after by “Then Comes Silence II” and in 2015 by “Nyctophillian”. Their 4th album, “Blood”, was the first (and only) one on Nuclear Blast.
In 2018 Seth Kapadia and Jens Karnstedt left the band and the former session musicians and touring substitutes Mattias Ruejas Jonson (ex A Projection) and Spanish born Hugo Zombie (ex Los Carniceros Del Norte) became the new members in the band.
You can check the band’s last studio album below.
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