Håvard Iversen and the band's vocalist Eigil Dragvik left the band in 2003. Iversen was replaced by Truls Haugen and Hjelm took over the vocals. They started working on a new album, and in 2005 released Soothing Torture on the Norwegian cult labels Black Balloon Records/Candlelight Records. Again they impressed the press, who nevertheless found it difficult to classify them. One of the descriptions they received was:
In 2005, the band's bass player also decided to leave and was replaced by Ola S. Hana. Shortly afterwards they embarked on a new seven-week Norwegian and European tour. Their third album, The Silent Epidemic, was released in 2007. It was recorded in various locations over 8 months, and for the first time Hjelm let someone other than himself mix the record.
Application No. 343/KOLNP/2010 Published on May 7, Assigned to Insense for Improved Skin Dressing (British Inventors)
May 15, 2010; MUMBAI, India, May 15 -- Jan Jezek and Lynne Patricia Watson, both of U. K., have developed improvements relating to skin...