Former members from Thrash bands Sax and Remembrance, specifically guitarist Madved and bassist Krusty formed Forgotten Silence in the autumn of 1993 in 1993.
Guitarist Medved was the instigator that brought the two groups together into one as his side-project, an attempt to create a Thrash act with experimental tendencies under the membership of Medved (guitar), Krusty (bass/vocals), Prochin (guitar), Bana (keyboard) and Straton (drums) to release The Nameless Forever...The Last Remembrance MCD in 1994 after only 6 months of rehearsals.
Prochin, Bana and even Straton left the band almost immediately after releasing of the debut work. Krusty and Medved decided to compose new material first and then to look for replacement band-members. The band saw Medved & Krusty recruit Marty (keyboard), Hanka (vocals), Chrobis (narration) and Milon (drums) for the release of the Thots MCD (1996); in the case of Milon he was a quick session replacement for Bismarck who had left only a few days before entering the studio. You can also hear guest member Jewel (ex-Love History). Chrobis (ex-Rvhp/ex-Love History) and Hanka (ex-Prolog/ex-Endless/ex-Love History) were also guest performers with Chrobis and Hanka becoming full members after. A deal with Obscene Productions' followed soon after.
More line-up changes commences soon after, however, when keyboard master Marty left the band, Hanka would take over the role, Lauda would join for only the split vinyl with Agony, The Hills Of Senyaan Pt.II. But the release was delayed when problems with communication between the band and their record label appeared. Indeed, troubles also started with new keyboardist Lauda started, leading to the aforementioned Hanka taking the position.
Young and active label from Southern Moravia: Red Black Productions' showed interest in band's new material in summer 1998. And a double-CD edition with two bonus tracks emerged titled Senyaan later that year.
The end of year was in the sign of guitarist Biggles' arrival (ex-Morpork/ex-Re/ex-Anime) for several live performances and the tribute CD compilation A Tribute To Master's Hammer, not to mention entering a digital studio for the first time because they are true lovers of "analog", and recorded another split vinyl with Notre Dame before August of 1999 when the keyboardist decided to leave.
Drummer Chrobis then also left two months before studio recording with Milon taking over the roll to help complete KaBaAch (2001) on Red Black'. Iggy (ex-Monastery/ex-XYZ/ex-Zizlilz/ex-Hypnos; guitar/programming) helped them with intermezzo parts. The band then supported their new album with some live gigs again (with Adis on vocals and Milon on drums).
More line-up changes followed and the band started to rehearse again in the spring of 2002. They planned to compose something more acoustic and experimental. The results was 7"EP Yarim Ay (2002) featuring Medved, Krusty, Biggles, Hanka, Siki (cello) and Petr Kudibal (guest percussion).
Footnote: Formerly the founding members were a part of Sax and Remembrance.
As Thrash band Sax (1987 - 1994) they would release With Satan in The Body (1989), Zone Of Fear (1990), Zóna Strachu (1991), Thrash Of Moravia (1992), Moravské Nárez (1993). There were several line-up changes as the band began to fade with bassist Krusty joining and drummer Milon leaving to join Titanic before the act folded. The last Sax crew feature Medved (guitar), Sklebos (guitar/vocals), Krusty (bass), Pupek (drums).
As Remembrance (1992 - 1993) they released only one demo tape called Tales From The Other World (1993). The last featured Krusty (bass/vocals), Prochin (guitar), Bana (keyboard) and Straton (drums).