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THE LOUDEST SILENCE - Debut Album Out In July, Lyric Video And Music Video Released

The female fronted symphonic metal band from Sarajevo (Bosnia and Herzegovina) The Loudest Silence will release their debut album entitled Aesthetic Illusion on 7th July via TLS Europe. The band that represented Bosnia and Herzegovina and the countries from ex-Yugoslavia at the Wacken Metal Battle as part of the Wacken Open Air festival in 2015 has finished producing its debut album. For this record that contains more than 60 minutes of music, the band managed to host five guest musicians from different music genres but is proudest of having Mark Jansen of the mighty Epica as an additional vocalist on the track "Gallery Of Wonders".
The album Aesthetic Illusion is partly a concept record, since most of the songs are about the immortality of ideas, dreams, art, and love, even though the society often does not approve of them, or even condemns them. The message of the album is to believe in yourself, no matter what, and follow your dreams and ideas.
The opening track of the album and the first stepping stone of the concept is the song "Redemption" for which the band released a lyric video. The video has been animated and edited by Edvin Buturovic, with the illustration by Bathoriya Art and the design and art direction by Dzemal Bijedic. Check it out in the player below.
The first official video has also been shot for the song "The Loudest Silence", a ballad that also gave the band its name. The meanings differ though: While the song is about being helpless and not being able to speak up about problems or inner demons, the name fits the band as it can describe the musical approach, which is sometimes silent and delicate, but also loud and heavy, check it out in the second player below.
A video for the track "Wake Up In My Dream" was also shot and is in postproduction. The video features the whole band and is shot in two different locations. The song and the video are much heavier and darker then the video for the ballad which was released earlier. The Loudest Silence also released a recap of the Road to Wacken on YouTube. Link