The band Silent Call was formed in Stockholm, Sweden, in 2004. The music that’s probably best is described as progressive/heavy metal. Windows, the newest album from Silent Call, will be released 11th October. Silent Call’s fourth album. Window was completed in late 2016 and was mixed and mastered by Rich Hinks (Annihilatior). This is actually the last album of their career because the band split up two years ago. Their music is deeply influenced by atmospheric and melancholic feelings, blended with heavy and powerful metal music. The track Imprisoned In Flesh,
The seeds of Silent Call were planted in the early 90’s when founding members Daniel Ekholm (guitars) and Patrik Ulfström (keyboards) met through a friend. For quite a while they played together in a local heavy metal band called Satins N Lace. The duo decided to play prog metal and recruited drummer Mikael Kvist. Calling themselves Silent Call the band began writing original material, and also wanted to pay special attention to the production and recording of their music. Bassist Tobbe Moen soon joined the group, and Silent Call began searching for a vocalist.
Mikael Kvist remembered a vocalist he worked with in the past, ex-Seventh Wonder vocalist Andi Kravljaca. The two had played together in the band Elsephere. Kravljaca auditioned for the group and blew the band away. Silent Call have found their vocalist. After three decades and three albums released to date, Windows will as mentioned be the last album of their career.