Releases from Matthew Herbert generally come with an interesting and thought provoking central concept to them, and his latest album The End Of Silence is no different. This three track suite of extended productions - the shortest is 10 minutes and the longest 24 - was composed entirely from a 10-second sound recording of war photographer Sebastian Meyer being bombed by Libyan air forces in 2011. His intentions were to explore and understand the sensation of such an attack - a feeling of danger that's never really felt "despite immediate and disparate access to news of world events". The recording was dissected by Herbert and subsequently played with by the tireless producer and members of his band. The results are heavily experimental explorations of sound that spring into abrasive rhythmic action with little warning.