Silverstein New Song/Video
2011-03-29 by SimonJy54 | 32 Comments
Canadian Post-Hardcore band have released a new video for their newest song, "The Artist" via the website of Alternative Press.

The video is avaible here :

http://www.altpress.com/aptv/video/exclusive_silverstein_the_artist/

This song is taken from the band upcoming album, The Rescue.
Tagged: Silverstein

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Spec
March 29th 2011
27190 Comments


Time to call it quits I think.

Leatherneck
March 29th 2011
660 Comments


yeah they've been recycling the same ideas for a while now

FishPhoenix
March 29th 2011
93 Comments


Not bad but fairly boring : /

AmericnZero02
March 29th 2011
3352 Comments


I thought it was purdy good.

ABlandLife
March 29th 2011
141 Comments


its not bad, and it isn't original either. it is simply Silverstein, but good Silverstein

Fieryfenderz
March 29th 2011
1459 Comments


New album is pretty good. Nothing new though.

Fieryfenderz
March 29th 2011
1459 Comments


Double post

Comatorium.
March 29th 2011
4174 Comments


I really liked it. the vocals are better. more raw.

Digging: Kayo Dot - Coffins On Io

Monsterpoptart
March 29th 2011
193 Comments


They always had one or two songs on each cd that i love, and this one just keeps that tradition going. First song on it kicks a lot of ass.

Digging: Tigers on Trains - Antarctica In Color

DinoX
March 29th 2011
3582 Comments


Song was better than I expected

^hi neighbour

Synesthete
March 29th 2011
240 Comments


idk sounds like an identity crisis, they think they're brand new.

dimsim3478
March 30th 2011
5183 Comments


I have no idea what to say to this...

Digging: The Pillows - Moondust

Trebor.
Contributing Reviewer
March 30th 2011
50568 Comments


That guy was a good author
I haven't heard his music though

StolenIdentity
March 30th 2011
241 Comments


Funny I can't see anyone in the audience who looks to be over the age of 15...

Dummit
March 30th 2011
354 Comments


song's good. album's good. more of the same, but thats a good thing.

Comatorium.
March 30th 2011
4174 Comments


Album is Silverstein being Silverstein, there's subtle improvements in vocals and intrumentals, but it is more of the same. As a Silverstein fan since Broken, this is not a problem.

bennyola09
March 30th 2011
249 Comments


Agree with ^

nash1311
March 30th 2011
1754 Comments


Loved it. Heavier than most silverstein stuff and wasn't amazing but I liked it.

Mabbitt
March 30th 2011
1369 Comments


I hate when the rock/post-hardcore/whatever you wanna call them bands start to turn into metalcore
bands. Sounds like that's what these guys are doing. (kinda)

lensman319
March 30th 2011
64 Comments


Haven't been a huge fan of them since Discovering the Waterfront, but this is actually decent. May check it out.

danielito19
March 30th 2011
6089 Comments


this is dece

Digging: -

TomAkaVeto
March 30th 2011
1661 Comments


wow, I'm actually kind of impressed by this. I haven't really listened to Silverstein in a long time because they were always kinda samey and "good" at best, but this was pretty solid.

sexualsoybean
March 30th 2011
911 Comments


Funny I can't see anyone in the audience who looks to be over the age of 15...

Thats because anyone who has listened to them when they first came out has grown up and their taste in music has matured, unlike Silverstein themselves.

The song wasnt too bad but if you are still rocking out to silverstein at 25 then something is wrong with you.

As for the song itself, Silverstein has been doing the same generic stuff for like 8 years now and with this song it seems like theyre just trying to fool everyone into thinking theyve evolved by putting out a bland shitty "my first metalcore" record.

Winsomniac
March 30th 2011
7983 Comments


I, also, like that Brendan from Counterparts was featured in this song.

Song is okay. They wish they were still as relevant as Counterparts, though.

danielito19
March 30th 2011
6089 Comments


wtg andcas

twlichty
March 30th 2011
3412 Comments


YAWN

nash1311
March 30th 2011
1754 Comments


I'm with andcas I was about to say... some genres and styles of music are timeless and it doesn't make you any cooler to try to act too old and too mature to listen to it. (not saying silverstein is timeless by any stretch, but I will always listen to some bands of this genre and love it regardless of age)

Awesomesauce
March 30th 2011
1084 Comments


Band has always sucked. Bass player keeping it consistent with shitty stage moves I see.

Fieryfenderz
March 31st 2011
1459 Comments


I call dibs on reviewing this. Not like that matters on here haha.

Narshh
March 31st 2011
1186 Comments


Albums very goood.
Vocals on this song especially sound a lottt different then any of their previous works.
Suck my dick.

MasBarHigeuoris21
April 2nd 2011
1604 Comments


Song kicks ass but the video sucks. Seeing all those scene kids in the video doesn't make me feel any prouder about being a fan of Silverstein......

thepoisonx
April 6th 2011
24 Comments


It's been said before; it's just Silverstein. They're just the same in my eyes, every album again. I like it every single time again though.



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