Say Just Words was born at end 2004 as a way to express the Jose Brantes' vision regarding the daily life.
In 2006 Emma-0 joins SJW as singer, in addition, that year the band works on a demo entitled "Oscuras Confesiones" which was very popular with Myspace users, later the same year SJW works in a new promo track titled "Killer" which appeared in some compilations as free download, and at the same time, mixed by the band "Disfuncion Organica".
In the early 2007 SJW begins to work in various mixes for diverse bands, mainly "Dead Jump" and "Scyzor Exact", which were included in its debut EP "Access". That year SJW releases a second demo called "A dark desire machine" and distributed through various blogs and websites, with a very good results among the public, due to the original dark sounds.
The year 2008 brings new changes to SJW. The band performs for the first time in a festival called "Darkness Passion Fest I". After that show, Jose Brantes unhappy with the performing decides continuing the project alone and Emma-0 retires from SJW.
SJW decides to turn over by incorporating David Urriola, who supports and encourages Jose Brantes to move forward, bringing new and innovative ideas, thus
David Urriola becomes keyboarder and Jose Brantes in charge of vocals. On the other hand, that year SJW begins working on new mixes for known bands such as C-lekktor, Visions of Death, StrangersAngel and Proyecto Crisis.
The year 2009 brings new surprises, SJW begins the making of the debut album, awaiting to get signed to a major label and working in various mixes for
several bands: C-lekktor, Dolls of Pain, Xerenade, Zublagrimal, Stahlnebel. At the same time, some themes of the band are mixed by renown bands such as La Magra, Mechanical Moth, StrangersAngel, Supreme Court and Acylum.
Currently Say Just Words is earning a name into the industrial music's scene, both in Chile and abroad, by working every day to deliver quality work and innovative music to its audience, to whom appreciates all the support given along its career.
(*) All the gallery's pictures courtesy of Orion Records.