Silent Psychosis played at Adelaide - Autumn 2012
Time on stage: 3.50pm
Silent Psychosis was formed in early 2011 from the remnants of the band known as Ramjar.
Ramjar was formed in years past by the devilishly-handsome Alex Cowan and the ever smooth-talking Jason Suter.
Numerous line-up changes took place, before finally in mid 2010 Matt Evans replied to an advertisement on MusicSA.
The dark age was over, a prophet had come! (Sorry, I had to write that).
Alex and Jason had by this point written many songs (some of which were culled).
These songs feature a heavily bass-driven groovy sound with piercingly beautiful vocals which turn to snarls, growls and screams which rival those of a wounded Wolverine.
Little happened for the first six months following Matt's arrival, mainly because he was in his final year at high school.
Alex and Jason continued to practice as often as possible and managed to find a likely candidate for the open drummer position.
In late 2010, after being released by the demonic beast we call "School" Matt was able to attend regular band practices and things finally seemed to be happening... however, in early 2011 Silent Psychosis were forced to retire their drummer.
The band began to enter another dark age; but good things come to those who wait...
A burning light blazed in the distance, a beacon of hope for this soul-devoured band. (Insert heart lifting music and release the doves!)
In late May/early June Silent Psychosis welcomed their new (and prodigious) drummer Scott Masters to their line-up.
Silent Psychosis was no longer two guitars, a bassist and a vocalist; it was a fully functioning band!
The band played their debut live show in late July at the Crown and Anchor, opening for death-metal titans Exerthur (among others).
The band has just completed the recording/mixing process of their EP "Prey to the Empty", which was released Friday, November 4th at the Cavern.
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