Silo band photos and album covers, between 1998-2014.

Silo is a Danish band formed in Copenhagen 1995 by Frederik Ammitzbøll (guitar, vocals, electronics, lyrics), Mikkel Bender (bass guitar, lyrics) and Søren Dahlgaard (drums, visuals).

Silo has performed alongside artists such as Sigur Rós, Godspeed You! Black Emperor, Wire, Pole, Lydia Lunch, Lobe, Trans Am, Chris & Cosey (Throbbing Gristle), Jim O´Rourke (Sonic Youth) and Tortoise.

Guest vocals by High Priest and M. Sayyid (Antipop Consortium) and Jonas Bjerre (MEW) on the album Work, 2014.

Concerts include The Roskilde Festival, Denmark, 2000, Noise Pop Festival, Chicago, 2000, Maria am Ostbahnhof, Berlin, 1999, Festival of Drifting, Union Chapel, London, 1999 and Volksbühne, Berlin, 1998.


Instar released by Swim ~, UK, 1999.
Alloy released by Swim ~, UK, 2001.
Work released by Novennial Paralysis, DK, 2014. Reviews here
(Full album on vinyl in a limited edition of 500).

Templates 7′ vinyl from Instar, released by Swim records, UK, 1998.
(with special B-side track).
K2 7′ vinyl from Alloy, released by Swim records, UK, 2001.
(with special B-side track).

Swim Team #1 released by Swim ~, UK, 2000.
Swim Team #2 released by Swim ~, UK, 2001.

Limited edition Mute/Blast First CD produced on the occasion of the festival of Drifting at the Union Chapel, London, 1999. Featuring a 48 minute ‘Drifting mix’ by Robin Guthrie of tracks by Chris & Cosey, Silo, Labradford, Tony Conrad, Casper Brotzmann, Sonic Youth, Charlemagne Palestine, Pan American, Rothro and Robin Guthrie.

Waste it (Silo remix) by Jonas Bjerre from MEW.

Music videos

Music video Templates from Instar, 1998.
This video was shown on MTV UK in 1998 and 1999.
Music video K2 from Alloy, 2001.
This video was shown on MTV UK in 2001.

Directed and edited: Søren Dahlgaard.
Cinematographer: Manuel Claro.
Actors: Mikkel Bender and Mikkel Tjellesen.
Dough throwers: Frederik Ammitzbøll, Klaus Ammitzbøll, Henrik Menné.
Set design: Søren Dahlgaard.
Set builders: Mikkel Bender and Søren Dahlgaard.

Tour activity
Silo toured mainly in Germany, UK and Denmark with the first two albums in 1999-2001 and had a few appearances in Iceland, USA, Sweden, Switzerland and Austria.