Hailing from Reno, Nevada, Fall Silent could possibly be the angriest band around, musically and lyrically. The band's roots lie in very familar territory to those in the hardcore scene - a group of friends in the scene getting together to play the music that they love. Fall Silent has progressed over the years, as any good band does. Their <i>No Strength To Suffer</i> cd originally released in 1996 brought the band to new levels. Gone was the standard hardcore formula. Added were elements of more complex metal bands such as Crowbar and Meshugga. The band was now using odd timing, better dynamics, more technical guitar parts, and the vocals and lyrics manage to convey all the emotion and rage people have come to expect.Fall Silent makes their Revelation debut with a re-mixed and re-mastered reissue of their now out of print material. <i>Six Years In The Desert</i> contains the <i>Life: Beautiful But Heartless</i> 7", <i>Nineteenhundrednintyseven</i> 7"/cdep and the <i>No Strength To Suffer</i> cd.
1. Playing House 2. Never Before...never Again 3. Hail Of Bullets 4. No Values 5. The Rulers 6. The Wheel Of Pain 7. Sunny Days (sesame Street) 8. Clenched Fists, Black Eyes 9. Unnecessary Decoration 10. Looking In 11. Broke 12. Sound Dilation 13. Linear 14. Never Forget... 15. Heartbreaker 16. Sometimes 17. No Strength To Suffer