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Damon, Jesse - 2002 Interview
Interview with Jesse Damon. Dec 2002.

Damon, Jesse - 2002 The Hand That Rocks
This is the debut solo album from Silent Rage guitarist/singer Jesse Damon. Moving away from the hardened melodic bludgeon of his current band, to a series of styles showcasing his developing talent both as a songwriter and solo performer.

Damon, Jesse - 2013 Temptation In The Garden Of Eve
It's been a long while since we looked at Jesse Damon's career. We need to go back at least a decade to refer to some of our earlier articles on him. Gosh, was it that long ago? The man behind the steely force that is Silent Rage is back in the camera eye courtesy of his AOR Heaven release 'Temptation In The Garden Of Eve'.

Silent Rage - 1987 Shattered Hearts
Unlike their later efforts which ended up being very tough Californian metal in the vein of Y&T and Lion, 'Shattered Hearts' lies closer in spirit to AOR and melodic rock, one can assume the band being only two years old, still had a lot to learn with locking down their sound and style.

Silent Rage - 1989 Don't Touch Me There
One of the finest albums to come out of L.A circa 1989. And to think there was next to zero publicity for this album upon it's release. Criminal!

Silent Rage - 2001 Interview with Jesse Damon
Interview with Jess Damon, October 2001.

Silent Rage - 2002 Interview with Jesse Damon
Interview with Jesse Damon, June 2002.

Silent Rage - 2002 Still Alive
Certainly a band that has lived up to it's album title, and after a period of a decade or more, the thunder from L.A returns.

Silent Rage - 2008 Four Letter Word
Silent Rage safely have a port in a storm on this website should they ever need one. I've been a fan of theirs right from the early daze, our reviews cover all their albums. After hearing their 2008 comeback album 'Four Letter Word', the band should seriously seek shelter because without question, this album goes sadly to the bottom of their catalogue.