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This is their best work to date. Guitars sound amazing.


I've been a fan of SIlverstein since their early days. Discovering the Waterfront remains, to this day, one of my favourite albums. Unfortunately, the albums between Discovering... and This is How the Wind Shifts were always hit and miss for me. A good song here or there, but mostly it was less polished production, repetitive motifs, and just failed to live up to the high bar Discovering set for me. This is How the Wind Shifts returns to standard. Polished vocals and screaming, excellent recording and mixing, and some great songs. It's the true successor to Discovering, and a great Silverstein album.

One of the best albums they've released

Hands down one of the best. Every song is awesome!


Formed: 2000 in Burlington, Ontario, Canada

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Originally formed in 2000 as a side project, Silverstein were launched by vocalist Shane Told, guitarist Josh Bradford, drummer Paul Koehler, guitarist Richard McWalter, and bassist Bill Hamilton in Ontario, Canada. After diving into Ontario's hardcore/emo scene -- which also included bands like Moneen and Grade -- Silverstein found an audience for their particular brand of shimmering emo and hot-blooded post-hardcore. Silverstein's self-released EP, Summer's Stellar Gaze, was quite well received...
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