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SILVERSTEIN

the AU interview: Shane Told of Silverstein (Canada) talks Ten-Year Anniversary Tour for "Discovering The Waterfront"

Heading back to our shores next month, Silverstein will be doing a leg of shows in Australia for their ten-year anniversary tour of Discovering the Waterfront. In this interview, frontman, Shane Told reminisces about the journey of the record, the band's sound progression and what his journey as a musician has meant for him. With their new record, I Am Alive In Everything I Touch, coming out soon, it's clear that the past decade has offered many occasions to reflect on and be proud of...

Photo Gallery: Silverstein + Sienna Skies - The Cambridge, Newcastle (20.04.13)

Silverstein drew an energetic and vocal crowd to the Cambridge Hotel in Newcastle, with popular supports Sienna Skies, Taken By Force and We, The Betrayed (not pictured).

Live Review: Silverstein + Sienna Skies + Caulfield + Ghosts On Broadway - The Manning Bar (19.03.13)

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I left tonight's show wondering if crowds were becoming tired of going to shows or of metalcore as a genre. With the exception to the response to headliners, Canada’s Silverstein, the punters at the Manning Bar lacked a lot of enthusiasm and energy. Two things synonymous with metalcore music.

Photo Gallery: Silverstein + Sienna Skies + Belle Haven + Who Invited The Wolf - Corner Hotel (18.04.13)

Silverstein returned to Melbourne to unveil their seventh studio album, "This Is How The Wind Shifts". Supported by Sienna Skies, Belle Haven, and Who Invited The Wolf. Our photographer Serena Ho was there to bring you the highlights.

Silverstein set to return to Australia

Post-hardcore screamers Silverstein will return to Australia in a few months to tour their seventh studio album.

Tour Updates: Rap City Announces Supports & Special Guest, Cub Scouts Add Brisbane Date to Tour, Silverstein Announce Supports and more.

RAP CITY ANNOUNCES KILLAH PRIEST & LOCAL SUPPORT ACTS TO THE LINE UP

Killah Priest, longtime associate of the Wu-Tang Clan, has been added to the 2012 Rap City line up. Set to appear alongside Ghostface Killah, DOOM and Chino XL, Priest is an excellent addition to an already stellar cast of hip-hop icons. Also announced are local support acts for each leg of the festival, as listed below.

Adelaide: Dialect and Despair

Album Review: Silverstein - Short Songs (2012 LP)

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The one thing that has always drawn me to punk music is the fact the songs are short and sweet, to the point and normally under three minutes. Silverstein are clearly fans of this as well and set out to record an album of songs all under 90 seconds.

Album Release News Weekly: Friday the 13th January 2012

Welcome to our new weekly news feature where we round up the latest news in the world of album release dates. We'll be pounding through dozens of news pieces from the last few weeks, so let's get moving! Unless otherwise mentioned, all release dates apply to Australia only.

In This Issue: Of Montreal, Sleigh Bells, Ladyhawke, Dirty Three, The Decemberists, Andrew Bird, Paul McCartney, Silverstein, Black Dice, Rodrigo y Gabriela, Emelie Sandé, Chimes Of Freedom: The Songs of Bob Dylan (Honouring 50 Years of Amnesty International), Peter Broderick, The Blank Fight, Lana Del Ray and more...