12 Songs, 41 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Nine studio albums in, Silverstein remain one of post-hardcore's most versatile and inventive bands. Dead Reflection runs the stylistic gamut, touching on vein-popping thrash ("Retrograde"), meditative post-rock ("Lost Positives"), and even bouncy pop-punk ("The Afterglow"), pulling off each genre with brutality and panache. Their secret weapon lies in frontman Shane Told, whose vulnerable songwriting and vocal elasticity lend Silverstein's music an emotional heft, as on the harrowing screamo-pop tale of betrayal and heartbreak “Aquamarine.”

EDITORS’ NOTES

Nine studio albums in, Silverstein remain one of post-hardcore's most versatile and inventive bands. Dead Reflection runs the stylistic gamut, touching on vein-popping thrash ("Retrograde"), meditative post-rock ("Lost Positives"), and even bouncy pop-punk ("The Afterglow"), pulling off each genre with brutality and panache. Their secret weapon lies in frontman Shane Told, whose vulnerable songwriting and vocal elasticity lend Silverstein's music an emotional heft, as on the harrowing screamo-pop tale of betrayal and heartbreak “Aquamarine.”

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