Both vocalist Brian Malone and guitarist Jim Huff, ex-members of MANNEQUIN, they returned in 1992 on Island Records under the new name of Wall of Silence. Produced by Mike Slamer (House of Lords, City Boy, Streets, Steelhouse Lane), they released one album called SHOCK TO THE SYSTEM. The music itself was much in the same vein as The Works, melodic guitar-oriented rock with keyboards accents. One single was released, "Addicted," but although the critics again praised the music itself, the three actual members again drifted off to do other projects within a year.
Malone became a studio musician in Toronto. Huff moved to LA, working as a producer, songwriter, and composer, working with the likes of Edwin, The Mudmen, Holly Brook, and others. He's also composed a resume that includes TV and film work, including shows on The Discovery Channel, NBC movies of the week, and "Days of Our Lives," and worked on the HBO feature film "Under Heavy Fire." Zaltz formed a short-lived group called Any Day Now for one album in the mid '90s, then did some studio work in classical and AOR, then formed a duo with Chris White. Harrington joined Honeymoon Suite in the mid '90s and toured with them for a couple of years.