Peace and Silence

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Peace and Silence
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Background information
Origin Seattle, Washington, USA
Genres alternative rock, hard rock
Years active 1990-1995, 2005
Labels Primal Records
Associated acts Second Coming
Soulbender
Post Modern Heroes
Past members Travis Bracht
Rich Henry
Tim Lynch
Chuck Miller
Fred Kitchens

Peace and Silence was an American alternative rock group formed in Seattle, Washington in the early 1990s.[1][2][3] Its members were singer Travis Bracht, guitarists Rich Henry and Tim Lynch, bassist Chuck Miller, and drummer Fred Kitchens.[1][2][3] They recorded many songs but only released one eight-track album titled Fathom That through Primal Records in 1993.[4][2] The group broke up some time in the mid-1990s as Travis Bracht went on to front the band Second Coming.

On April 30, 2005, Peace and Silence reunited for a one-time show with local bands Sweety, Turn to Fall, and Draghead as their opening acts.[2] Chuck Miller joined the band Soulbender that same year, replacing Marten van Keith on bass guitar. In 2007, Bracht also joined this band, replacing his friend Nick Pollock on vocals, and later that year they released a song called "Loaded" on the compilation album Unleashed 3 featuring several other artists; this is the only material released thus far with Bracht and Miller since the break-up of Peace and Silence. In May 2009, a new band called Post Modern Heroes emerged featuring all former members of Peace and Silence, except for Miller. A year later, they independently released their eponymous debut album Post Modern Heroes.

Members[edit]

  • Travis Bracht - vocals
  • Rich Henry - guitar
  • Tim Lynch - guitar
  • Chuck Miller - bass
  • Fred Kitchens - drums

Discography[edit]

Studio albums
Year Album details
1993 Fathom That
  • Released: 1993
  • Label: Primal Records
Other appearances
Year Song Title Label
1994 “Get A Rope” Seattle Music Scene Volume 2 Insight Records

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Peace And Silence at Discogs". Retrieved 14 July 2012. 
  2. ^ a b c d "Peace and Silence at Portland Show-Guide". PC-PDX.COM. Retrieved 2012-02-22. 
  3. ^ a b "Peace and Silence at Encyclopaedia Metallum". Metal-archives.com. 2008-02-01. Retrieved 2012-02-22. 
  4. ^ "Peace And Silence – Fathom That". Retrieved 5 July 2012. 

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