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Customer Reviews

First single is amazing !

Silverstein never fails

Solid album

Being a Silverstein fan from day one, I have to say this album is definitely softer, but it's solid none the less. I appreciate the evolution of their music over the years.
Stand Amid the Roar, Massachusetts and A Better Place are the better songs.

a great listen

Silverstein have sort of taken back to their style in Arrivals and Departures/Discovering The Waterfront in this album and in my opinion they have done it quite well. It's a great listen all around and I'm glad they're back!

If you have liked Silverstein in the past you'll love this. Another solid album.


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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