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Burn In Silence Issue Update From The Road
November 7, 2006
Burn In Silence has issued the following update:

"Mike [Casavant, guitar] was rushed to the emergency room late last night, early this morning, and the doctors told us that he has walking pneumonia as well as strep throat. He's been given medication and we have sinced dropped him off at his house!!! Unfortunately, Mike will not be able to finish the Misery Index tour. As of right now we are gonna try and finish this tour with just Alan [Glassman] on guitar!! We apologize to all of you that were coming out to see the full lineup!! Obviously this is out of our control and we can't really do anything about the situation other then try to finish the tour!! Please everyone keep Mike in your thoughts and hope for a speedy recovery. We will let you know tomorrow if were gonna continue on the Misery Index tour!!"
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Burn In Silence Debuts Video Online
November 4, 2006
Burn In Silence has unveiled the first video from the band's Prosthetic Records debut, 'Angel Maker'. Filmed in July with director Mike Wildt in Costa Mesa, Calif., the clip features a horror movie-inspired storyline along with performance footage of the album's lead track, "Lines from an Epitaph". The video can be viewed at the Prosthetic Records YouTube page, and details about the television video outlets debut will be available soon.

Currently on tour with labelmates Year Of Desolation, Burn In Silence — upon completing this tour — will join up with Misery Index, Intronaut and labelmates Yakuza for a run of dates from early November into December. Staying busy this year has been the name of the game for Burn In Silence, the band has already toured heavily throughout 2006 alongside The Autumn Offering, Too Pure To Die, Black My Heart and headlining shows on their own, as well as appearing at Boston's annual Locobazooka festival alongside Alice In Chains, Buck Cherry and Powerman 5000.
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Burn In Silence: More 'Angel Maker' Samples Available
July 26, 2006
Currently wrapping up their U.S. tour alongside The Autumn Offering, Massachusetts-based sextet Burn In Silence unleashed the band's debut full-length, 'Angel Maker', yesterday (July 25). Already dubbed a Bay State up-and-comer by the Boston Herald and hailed by Ruin magazine as "hands down, the best debut of the year," 'Angel Maker', which was recorded with producer Ken Susi (Unearth) and mixed by Tue Madsen (Himsa, The Haunted), will prove to the metal masses Burn In Silence are ready for battle. A video was recently shot for the single "Lines From An Epitaph" with director Mike Wildt in Costa Mesa, California. The track can currently be heard in the Burn In Silence e-card, available at this location. The tracks "Embrace The Plague", "Well Adjusted" and the album's title track, "Angel Maker", are also available on the Prosthetic Records MySpace page.

Burn In Silence (with The Autumn Offering):

Jul. 25 - Houston, TX – Java Jazz (with Jacknife)
Jul. 26 - Tulsa, OK – Blue Dome Diner
Jul. 27 - Springfield, MO – Outland Ballroom
Jul. 28 - Metropolis, IL – Ezekiels
Jul. 30 - Detroit, MI – TNT's

Aug. 13 - Boston, MA – The Tweeter Center (Locobazooka Festival)
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Burn In Silence Post E-Card Online
July 10, 2006
An e-card for Burn In Silence's upcoming album 'Angel Maker' has been posted online, you can check it out here. The e-card features the lead single "Lines From An Epitaph", which will have a music video shot for it later this month. 'Angel Maker' is set for a July 25th release through Prosthetic Records.

The band is currently on the road with The Autumn Offering, Jacknife, and Clifton. Here are the dates remaining on that trek:
7/10 Mandan, ND – The Post
7/11 Rapid City, SD – St. Joe Pub
7/12 Commerce City, CO – The Grimm Reaper
7/14 Salt Lake City, UT – Ritz Theatre
7/15 Ashland, OR – Ashland Amory
7/16 Sacramento, CA – The Boardwalk
7/17 Concord, CA – Bourbon Street
7/19 Los Angeles, CA – The Whisky
7/21 El Paso, TX – Chic’s Bar and Grill
7/22 Albuquerque, NM – The Compound
7/24 San Antonio, TX – Sanctuary
7/25 Houston, TX – Java Jazz
7/26 Tulsa, OK – Blue Dome Diner
7/27 Springfield, MO – Outland Ballroom
7/28 Metropolis, IL – Ezekiels
7/30 Detroit, MI – TNT’s
8/01 Nashville, TN – The Muse
8/02 Little Rock, AR – Vino’s
8/03 New Orleans, LA – The High Ground
8/05 Jacksonville, FL – Thee Imperial
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HOME TOWN: Brighton
Mike Casavant - Guitar
Darren Cesca - Drums
Alan Glassman - Guitar
Max Lavelle - Bass
Chris Harrell - Vocals
Ben Schulkin - Keys/Electronics

BURN IN SILENCE is coming for you.  This metal wrecking machine will not be stopped until they have laid every genre trend to waste. Their Prosthetic Records debut Angel Maker signals the beginning of a musical apocalypse.  This is not metalcore, emo, or nu-metal. But rather, it is something dangerous, infectious, and undeniable.  Upon pressing play, you’ll plunge into an entrancing whirlwind of devastation. Thrash guitars and grooving riffs flank a percussive double bass salvo that explodes upon impact.  Melodic choruses soar to heights of macabre beauty, while violent screams descend downward like a guillotine.  Keyboards bleed texture all over the destruction, painting a backdrop that covers every inch of Hell.  Cuts like “Lines from an Epitaph” and “Embrace the Plague” bludgeon with a pure inner rage that some artists spend a lifetime attempting to harness.  On these tracks, polyrhythmic riff work shifts into technical guitars as melody from the keyboards and choruses engulf the entire sound.   These six men from Massachusetts plan on driving listeners straight to the center of darkness and back.
Burn In Silence has already decimated stages all over the Northeast alongside everyone from Damageplan to Shadows Fall, to Morbid Angel.  Having cultivated a live show to be reckoned with, the band stands ready to pummel audiences all over the world.  Their Ken Susi produced EP Pure As Your First Day paved the way for their first full length.  Tue Madsen (The Haunted, Himsa) mixed the metallic mastery.  Tapping into the elements of great metal, the band has already become a cohesive and driven unit. With a mix of incredible production, musical talent, tireless work ethic, and a thirst to be distinct, these artists are destined to become integral to the future of the entire genre.

Mike Casavant (guitar) describes the Burn In Silence sound best: “As a guitarist, I try to write structured music in an unstructured way.  There’s reason to the madness and it’s heavy for the right reasons.  Going from a blast beat into a huge, open chorus just hits you.  The heavy parts become harder while the melody sounds more epic. I just want to write really great songs as a whole, not just interesting parts.  There’s also no limit to what we’re going to do.”  Rejecting genre trends, the band embraces everything from power grooves to pummeling double bass to engaging dynamics.  However, all of these elements work in conjunction, rising together with a combination of brutality and splendor.  Mike continues, “I like to compare it to Pandora’s Box, where every emotion and every feeling that you can imagine is displayed in what we do.” Over the course of the entire record, a journey will be taken and it won’t soon be forgotten.

The definition of Angel Maker encapsulates this sound fittingly.  Mike divulges, “The title is a play on words about a guy who is killing people, but at the same time he’s making angels.” That duality remains paramount to this band and separates them from an overcrowded scene, yearning for something new. When Angel Maker descends upon us the spring, either you can run or join Burn In Silence as they conquer.