The critically acclaimed Silence debut was released in early 2008. It received glowing reviews and was described in the music press as “a masterpiece,” “some of the best alternative songwriting,” and “nothing short of genuine.” Five out of the six songs are produced by legendary Psychedelic Furs guitarist John Ashton and features the KROQ world premiered single Dream Girl. Ashton also makes a guest appearance on the track "Silence." Guest appearances on the track "Can It Be You?" feature A Flock Of Seagulls guitarist Eddie Berner and Christian Death drummer George Belanger. If you don’t have this alternative must in your music catalog, make sure to include it.

This is the follow-up sequel to their critically acclaimed 2008 debut release and it is appropriately entitled “EP 2.0.” Four out of the five songs are produced by legendary Psychedelic Furs guitarist John Ashton. The track "I Hear You Calling" also features a guest appearance by Ashton. Accomplished L.A. producer and engineer Carter William Humphrey (Rod Stewart, Brian Wilson) produced the single "Only You And I."  

The third Silence release is a unique re-make of the Beatles classic While My Guitar Gently Weeps released on March 8, 2011. This is the follow-up to their 2009 release EP 2.0. Coming off of their most critically appraised sophomore release, Silence knew it was essential to accommodate fans and meet the music media’s future expectations. They did just that, stepped it up and did the unimaginable. Silence teamed up with prominent multi-platinum, Grammy nominated P.O.D. guitarist Marcos Curiel on this track. With revered producer Carter William Humphrey at the helm. Emerging from the depths of personal tragedy, this re-make is a true labor-of-love. The Silence and Curiel single version of While My Guitar Gently Weeps is available domestically on iTunes.


Silence is a pop alternative band from Los Angeles, CA whose sound can be best described as a serious-tone progressive sound scape overlaid with a unique character signature vocal. Music industry critic and writer Joseph Graham has more aptly described Silence as "sounding fresh and vibrant." "a mesmerizing vocal talent in Tino Anglade," "pristine production," and a band that "can write memorable songs." Their first album was produced by legendary Psychedelic Furs guitarist John Ashton and features the KROQ world premiered single "Dream Girl." Guest appearances on this album feature Ashton, A Flock Of Seagulls guitarist Eddie Berner and Christian Death drummer George Belanger. This album was later split into 2 EP's and released by Nitric Records in 2008 and 2009.