12 February 2021
The Canadian project THE SILENCE INDUSTRY is back with a new album. “Where Red Flowers Bloom” is now available as a ‘name your price’ download at Aenaos Records and Bandcamp, as well as stream and download on all major digital platforms.
Less than 2 years after the release of "A Song for Bad Sectors" THE SILENCE INDUSTRY continued to develop their own, unique sound on a 6 track EP comprised of 5 new intricately crafted songs and one drone remix. Diverse influences collide into a singular stark and overwhelming dark sound once again.
29 January 2021
A new cycle begins for the German film composer Jan Weber who returns with the album “Poems of An Extinct Species” of his project ART NOIR after a decade since the album “Silent Green”.
Diagnosed with the neurodegenerative disease Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) in 2015, Jan had just begun to lay down the framework for the album, when he was still able to move his fingers. With the loss of voluntary muscle movement slowly progressing, he needed an assistive eye-tracking communication device to complete the recording over the following 5 years. The production, mixing and mastering of the album was later supported by Thomas Navas (Lost in the Void) and Stefan Vesper (Steve Dragon, In Strict Confidence).
The album unfolds a compelling and intellectually stimulating story through Nadine Stelzer’s ethereal voice and thought-provoking lyrics that challenge the confines of our current perceptional reality. Enveloped in an anthropological-ecological mantle, it explores the vulnerability and concomitant wound-inflicting ability of the human species, invoking imagery and imagination of what was, what is, and what may be. Jan Weber, with his indomitable passion for producing and creating worlds, is the epitome of the strength of the human spirit and an inspiration to everyone.
In a century where unprecedented technological advancements engendered devices that have become indispensable extensions of our motor and sensory systems, “Poems of an Extinct Species” is an ode to the multidimensional and adaptive human-nature interrelationship through time and space.
The album was released on CD and as download on January 29, 2021 by Aenaos Records.
20 December 2020
Until the end of the year, we offer the 'End Of I' media book by Art Of Empathy for a special price.
Get your own, unique copy here: https://www.aenaos-records.com/products/666877-end...
23 October 2020
A new cycle begins for the German film composer Jan Weber who returns with the forthcoming album “Poems of An Extinct Species” of his project ART NOIR after a decade since the album “Silent Green”.
“Poems of an Extinct Species“ is an ode to the multidimensional and adaptive human-nature interrelationship through time and space in a century where unprecedented technological advancements engendered devices that have become indispensable extensions of our motor and sensory systems.
“Sounds and voices guide you through unknown landscapes. You will meet playful and strange beings there.
Observe them as invisible visitors to a ritual site…
Where are you? What do you see?
Dive deeper. Access to the inner core has been granted.
In January 2021 we will invite you to accompany us on this trip …"
“Thorns and Lilies” is the first single from the new album and is set for release on October 23rd, 2020 (10am CEST). The single will be available in all digital platforms worldwide accompanied by a music video produced by none other than Dennis Ostermann (In Strict Confidence).
Album pre-orders can be made at: http://bit.ly/anpoemspreorder
2 October 2020
For the first time in the band’s history the Swedish Indie Rock / Shoegazers Principe Valiente published a cover version of a song. While working on their new album, the band were asked to contribute an interpretation of an 80’s commercial hit song for a compilation. When the compilation fell through the band decided to publish the cover version independently with their German label Aenaos Records.
“Broken Wings” is now available for download and streaming on all major platforms worldwide.