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Silverstein

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 upon its release in 2000, and the band soon became the full-time project of its members. After a lineup change that saw McWalter being replaced by ex-Maharahj guitar player Neil Boshart, the group began to tour the eastern provinces of Canada in earnest.

Silverstein released a second EP in April 2002 entitled When the Shadows Beam. The record sparked the interest of Victory Records honcho Tony Brummel, who signed the group to his respected Chicago imprint in October of that same year. When Broken Is Easily Fixed, Silverstein's full-length Victory debut, appeared in May 2003; a re-release of the album was issued a year later with bonus tracks and a DVD. Silverstein spent the summer of 2005 playing on the Warped Tour, and their follow-up album, Discovering the Waterfront, came out that August. Silverstein also appeared on the 2006 Take Action Tour alongside Matchbook Romance, Chidos, and the Early November. 18 Candles: The Early Years appeared in May, combining reissued material from the band's first two independently released EPs with several live tracks, acoustic performances, extensive liner notes, and rare band photos. Victory then issued a special edition of Discovering the Waterfront in fall 2006 with a bonus live DVD, new artwork, and an additional track.

After coming off tour, Silverstein began working with producer Mark Trombino, who had previously worked with Jimmy Eat World and blink-182. The title of the resulting record, 2007's Arrivals & Departures, pertained to the maintenance of personal relationships while on the road. It also involved more emotionally charged lyrics, inspired by the end of Told's seven-year relationship just before his return to the studio. Silverstein traveled the world in support of the album, playing the usual North American shows while also touring through Europe, Australia, Japan, and South America. They found time to return to the studio, too, and A Shipwreck in the Sand marked the band's fourth studio album in 2009. They set out on tour to promote the album, making stops all across the U.S. and the U.K.

The following year, Silverstein announced that they were leaving longtime label Victory for Hopeless Records, which released the EP Transitions in 2010 and their fifth album, Rescue, a year later. Silverstein switched things up for their sixth full-length, the double-CD Short Songs, featuring original compositions under 90 seconds long on one disc and covers by bands who influenced them, like Dead Kennedys, Descendents, and the Promise Ring, on the other, further elevated by guest appearances from the likes of Mike Hranica (the Devil Wears Prada), Tim McIlrath (Rise Against), and Chris Hannah (Propagandhi). In 2012 Silverstein parted ways with longtime member Neil Boshart, who was replaced by Paul-Marc Rousseau shortly thereafter. Rousseau's first album with the band, This Is How the Wind Shifts, arrived in the early part of 2013. ~ Johnny Loftus, Rovi
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Track List: Massachusetts (Single)

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Track List: Stand Amid The Roar (Single)

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Track List: This Is How The Wind Shifts: Addendum

Comments

This is how the wind shift is the first album ive ever heard of silverstein! these guys r awesome
Kiss ur left hand
Close ur hand
Pick a school day
Say ur name
Post this on 15 more songs
they helped me through alot this band is great:) everyone likes there own music and gas their own opinion no need to fight its all music
I got the feels /.\
Dem feels. /-\
bloodmoney94 4 2
i got the feels
hope i get to see them again
Bfmv? Yeah not even close.
My favorite band ever!! Saw them live omg :D
F**k you!!!! T
The person who put that last comment:
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Reminds me a but of BFMV just the way they scream and then sing idk but I lie it, first song I ever heard by them
I would have sworn silverstein had hit their peak with discovering the waterfront. But holy fuckinnn s**t this is how the wind shifts kills it. One of the best albums I have ever listened to.
This is my shitttt
Just love em
This is a very good version
One of my favorite bands.. Every album is awesome
this song c': ; its so muuch thou Cx i this band
The most soothing band I've ever listened to.
This band is a cross between Story of the Year and Atreyu.
Pretty good band.
I feel the emotion.
One of my favorite emocore bands of all time.
I used to rock out to then back in high school so fun.
I love silverstein. They're fkn amazing live and Shane is so talented
In discovering the waterfront i noticed it says: why am I trying? but i'm almost certain he says. Why am I trembling? ._. buuut ah well, it's still an awesome breakup song.
I told myself I wouldnt cry about you tonight. But this song made me.
this band is perfect *.*
Love these guys Shane is the man.
Follow me please! Any one wanna kik- Karebear_riv e r a
I saw them live last week :) they were fantastic and got the crowd going. The mosh pitvwas all the better. Such a great band
Bad a** band love all there fricken songs
I just listened to Call it Karma for the first time since idk.. I last cried to it? Haha, I don't know. But really though, the burst of memories is strong with this one.
Awesome band
I like their sound, reminds me of Straylight Run. I'm surprised they don't show up as a similar artist.
American Dream c': I love them omg c'':
They are definitely one of my top 3 favorites of all time, Shane Told is a lyrical genius!
Im so f**king lucky i got their album on my Xbox here my laptop im the f**king luckiest person :)
Shimmering? What does that even mean?
Silverstein is just amazing and I'll never stop listening to them
itsmeterron
I F**KING LOVE THEM SOOOOOO MUCH!!!! EVERY LYRIC EVERY SONG! FAVORITE BAND EVER!!!!
Saw them at warped tour this year. They are incredible live. Shane sounds so good.
I f**king love this song. Aaaahhh!!!! XD
I feel like I always have to acknowledge how awesome Silverstein is!!!
i kneew you could never love me :(
I thank my cuz for showing me Silverstein. . . t h i s was the first song I heard from them!!!!
YOU WERE THE SUN
I WAS THE ONE
WHO WORSHIPED YOU....this song is so bittersweet
They remind me of Secondhand Serenade.
Wow beautiful...
randomxinsan i t y
I love this band I really do their songs make me feel all different types of way. When I listen a song I feel uplifted. Silverstein <3 can't wait to see them live oct 31
:D <3
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