Silverstein A Shipwreck in the Sand
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Mikedrummer
April 2nd 2009


276 Comments


They keep using that same melody, you know the one I mean. Listen to the start of "I knew I couldn't trust you", that's it. They've used it soo many times. What i've heard of this has been pretty good, overall. Probably won't download it or whatever, though.

Drunk3nPanda
April 2nd 2009


26 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

i just bought this on a whim, without really listening to them before cause I heard good stuff. and im liking it alot! About to finish the album

Athom
Emeritus
April 2nd 2009


17242 Comments


i love how all that 5-ratings are the same dude.

absurdismwine
April 2nd 2009


304 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

good review, and so far I'm liking this

absurdismwine
April 2nd 2009


304 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

Born Dead's riff in the beginning is jacked...from what fucking song, I can't think of it

mariotroise
April 2nd 2009


13 Comments


Polemic review... Gotta hear before I can actually say something about the album.

gaslightanthem
April 2nd 2009


5208 Comments


And then Akhmed was all like "JIHAD!!"




and I was all like that is sooooo Akhmed.

Awesomesauce
April 3rd 2009


1091 Comments


Excellent review. This band sucks though.

Waior
Contributing Reviewer
April 3rd 2009


11682 Comments


I am so pleasantly surprised.

How pleasant.

Mikedrummer
April 3rd 2009


276 Comments


This is catchy but they didn't innovate quite enough. Needs less conventional singing melody, especially when theyre using the same stale ones.

So is music like this not really popular anymore in the USA? What the kids lovin these dayz, if not Shane Told and his fuzzy haired compatriots.

Gyromania
April 3rd 2009


29905 Comments


Not sure if I should listen to this, their last album was pretty bad, all things considered.

endlessartix
April 3rd 2009


275 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0 | Sound Off

Take note that Arrivals & Departures actually got me into the band, and that says a lot considering it is their worst album.

Check this out though. It's at its best on the heavier songs like "A Great Fire," "Vices," "Born Dead" and "I Am The Arsonist." If those don't please you though, it's most likely you'll absolutely hate the rest of the album.

Gyromania
April 3rd 2009


29905 Comments


I'll eventually get around to checking this out, but I'm in no rush.

Waior
Contributing Reviewer
April 3rd 2009


11682 Comments


And let it be known; Silverstein has wicked album art.



SeaAnemone
April 3rd 2009


21429 Comments


so I'm assuming this is what that overly-pretentious "mysterious" link was for that showed up in the news a few months ago?

AFI084
April 4th 2009


32 Comments


Great review man. I wasn't planning on picking this up after Arrivals and Departures, but I'll definitely check it out now.

fireaboveicebelow
April 4th 2009


6832 Comments


so I'm assuming this is what that overly-pretentious "mysterious" link was for that showed up in the news a few months ago?
yessir, and it's not that bad aside from the fact that the lyrics are still bad

luci
April 4th 2009


12331 Comments


They keep using that same melody, you know the one I mean. Listen to the start of "I knew I couldn't trust you", that's it. They've used it soo many times.

True.

G3LLISTER
April 4th 2009


74 Comments


this seems like it'll stick out a lot more in my mind than Arrivals & Departures did.

crazycobs
April 6th 2009


114 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Gotta say after there last let down album this has suprised me!

Good review of a suprisingly good album.





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