Silverstein Suffer Whiplash

2018-01-18 by Dalton DuBois | 16 Comments
Post-Hardcore band 'Silverstein' have released a new music video for their song "Whiplash", from their recently released album 'Dead Reflection.' You can stream the video here via Rise Records official Youtube channel.


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Piripichotes
January 18th 2018
482 Comments


so... 2018 and we still use dumb titles....

coldheaven
January 18th 2018
4622 Comments


Still not good

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JohnDillinger
January 18th 2018
236 Comments


These guys gave me everything I ever needed from the genre with "This is how the wind shifts". Everything they've done since, feels kinda weak in comparison.

DinosaurJones
January 18th 2018
10015 Comments


Piripichotes, it's Snide. He's never NOT going to try and make a punchline out of the news title if he can help it.

soymilk13
January 18th 2018
420 Comments


this is exactly the shitty scene nostalgia j need in my life rn

SteakByrnes
January 18th 2018
14154 Comments


I should revisit this album because I remember absolutely nothing about it

Snake.
January 18th 2018
21268 Comments


"so... 2018 and we still use dumb titles...."

2018 and people like you are still bitching about dumb titles

coldheaven
January 18th 2018
4622 Comments


^spicyyyyyyy

JS19
January 18th 2018
7004 Comments


genuinely thought they had been in a car crash or something 3/10 title when it doesn't actually impart the correct information from a cursory glance which is legit the point of a title : ' )

BlackMalachite
January 18th 2018
3711 Comments


I'd like to repeat that bitching about news article titles having a cheesy joke is far worse than the cheesy joke could ever be.

FuzzyWookie
January 18th 2018
151 Comments


I thought this was another fucking metal band bus crash. Clickbait got me again.

XingKing
January 18th 2018
14329 Comments


genuinely thought they had been in a car crash or something 3/10 title when it doesn't actually impart the correct information from a cursory glance which is legit the point of a title : ' ) [2]

If people want to make stupid article titles, whatever, but this one legit comes across as the band getting into a car accident.

MalleusMaleficarum
January 18th 2018
16373 Comments


"I'd like to repeat that bitching about news article titles having a cheesy joke is far worse than the cheesy joke could ever be."

cool opinion

not really it kinda sucks

SweeneyTodd
January 18th 2018
1868 Comments


stupid titles are better than "New *insert band* Song / Album"

Mabbitt
January 18th 2018
1682 Comments


Y'all care way too much about the article title.

Song makes me feel 17 again.

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Supercoolguy64
January 18th 2018
8729 Comments


This is the worst Metallica cover ever, sounds nothing like the original

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