Silent Fall: Otherwise-2010.

Silent Fall:Melodic Power Metal from France.

Dicography:

OtherwiseFull-length2010

Members:

Olivier CaronGuitars (lead), Vocals (2009-?)
See also: ex-Wildpath, ex-Winterland
Pierre CabannesGuitars (rhythm) (2009-?)
See also: ex-Winterland, ex-Elephant, ex-Frozen Embers
Adrien EyraudVocals (2009-?)
See also: ex-Winterland, Lost Ages, ex-Wildpath
Sylvain “Cylvöön” RousselleVocals (backing), Bass (2009-?)
See also: ex-Winterland, ex-Liquid Snake, ex-Lost Ages, ex-SparK
RenoDrums (2011-?)
See also: ex-Niflheim, ex-Polarys, ex-T.A.N.K, ex-In Trails, ex-GaidjinN
Galäad GrönvoldKeyboards (2011-?)
See also: ex-Meadran

Past Members:

Fabio CarnielliDrums (2009-2011)
See also: Krysaor, ex-Krystal Dust, ex-Winterland, ex-Cyril Lepizzera Group Arianrod
Guillaume TertisKeyboards (2009-2011)
See also: ex-Winterland

One thought on “Silent Fall: Otherwise-2010.

  1. AreYouGammaRay, August 8th, 2011
    I recently came across Silent Fall on Twitter, from their lead vocalist Adrien Eyraud. He sent me a tweet suggesting I check out his band. I did and I was glad I received the twee!

    Otherwise provides you with a bit of variety here. The album flows very nicely — slow to fast and mid tempo. You have fast songs like ‘Kill For Life’ and ‘Play With Fire’ and then more mid tempo ones like the single ‘Who Is The Fool?’ and my personal favorite ‘World Of Secrets.’

    Two things I found that really stand out on this album here: First is the keyboard. I think they add a lot to the melodies and definitely gives the songs a fresh sound. To me, the keyboard/piano are highly underrated in metal. I know, it’s geeky to play as a kid, but in my humble opinion, it enhances a band’s sound and makes the songs more interesting to me as a listener. Second would be the vocalist, Adrien Eyraud. His strong accent is a little bit unique and it pays off… What I love about his style is that he manages to put a lot of emotion in his voice. Adrien definitely resembles Khan (former Kamelot vocalist) a tiny bit and I would not be surprised if Kamelot offered him a contract (not suggesting he should leave Silent Fall, just pointing out he is talented enough). With the exception of the boring and sappy ‘This could have been,’

    Otherwise is fantastic and could have potentially entered my top 5 of 2010. Otherwise is a very strong debut from Silent Fall, as I am highly anticipating their sophomore release. Even though they are influenced by older bands, Silent Fall end up sounding fresh and updated for the power metal genre. Listening to Silent Fall reminds me what power metal should sound like in 2011.

    **Originally posted for Dose Of Metal**

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