Silverstein has taken a different trajectory throughout its career than most of the bands they came up with. They were part of a group of "screamo" or "post-hardcore" bands, or whatever you want to go ahead and call them, that got big in the middle of the 2000s. Discovering the Waterfront put them on the map; Arrivals and Departures continued their momentum; Shipwreck In the Sand was a cool concept record, but you could feel things growing stale; and Rescue was something of renewal for the punk aspects of the band's sound.
Silverstein has always toured with good bands, although they could have easily slipped into the wrong spectrum of the heavier music community. It seems natural for them to release Short Songs - a...[read more]