Silber are commonly known as the reformed version of Weissglut, founded by Tom Van Kügelgen, Guido Winters and Thomas auf dem Berge. This time without a Keyboarder and Oli Emmrich as the second guitarist, Silber were to release their debut album with Sony Records in 2002, but a major reshuffle at the company saw Silber to pull out of the contract not long before the album was to be released. It needed to take well over a year before Silber were able to find a suitable record company in Neue Zeiten. In 2003 Silber released their debut album, a self titled CD. The second album was named 'Hier und Jetzt' for a release date of 25th August 2006, exactly 3 years after their debut album was released. In July 2007 the band decided to break up.