Relative Silence

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Relative Silence
OriginAsturias, Spain
GenresProgressive metal
Years active1998–2003
Associated actsWarCry
WebsiteHome Page
MembersPablo García
Javier Fernández
Helena Pinto
Daniel Cabal
Past membersAitor Rodrigo Porres

Relative Silence was a Spanish progressive metal band from Asturias formed in 1998 by guitarist Pablo García and drummer Daniel Cabal, as a result of the metal band Presto's dissolution.


Pablo and Daniel opted for new musical variants, and to create a new band. Months went by, and Helena Pinto was invited to join the band as the keyboardist, same o Aitor Rodrigo Porres (bass) and Javier Fernández (vocals); they all accepted the invitation and the band was formed.

In the middle of 1999 some problems started arising, delaying the fluid progress of the Asturian band. Later in 2002 (Pablo left the band, to be an entire part of the power metal band WarCry). Stopping that way their musical production, so they tried to auto-produce an EP, but they failed.

Later Pablo Garcia returned to the band (But without leaving WarCry), and they decide to get into the Bunker musical studios from Asturias and recorded their first album named Mixture?, which saw the light in February 2002.

Shortly after the album release some problems arose again, getting to the climax, and even with the idea of a new formation the band finally decided to break up.

Musical style & Covers[edit]

Relative Silence denoted influences from Dream Theater, Symphony X, and Prosec.

The band has even covered the work of Iron Maiden:



Current members[edit]

  • Pablo García - Guitars
  • Javier Fernández - Vocals
  • Daniel Cabal - Drums
  • Helena Pinto - Keyboards

Past members[edit]

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