Silverstein 2020 By Wyatt Clough
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Silverstein Announce 20th Anniversary Livestream

Silverstein are planning something special to celebrate their anniversary next month

To commemorate their 20th anniversary, post-hardcore mainstays Silverstein will be hosting a special livestream event on Sunday 19.

Tickets for the “Next-Level LiveStream Event” can be purchased for $10, with with a portion of the proceeds being donated to NIVA (National Independent Venue Association), an organisation that supports independent venues affected by the pandemic.

We hope you enjoyed our Facebook acoustic concert and At Home ‘Quaranstein’, but now we’re putting together a next-level event for our fans to enjoy until we can step back onto the stage,” say the band.

This will be the first time the 5 of us will enter a room together since we came home from tour back in March and we will be performing songs from all of our albums!

The whole thing will be a multi-track audio recording into a vintage 1971 Neve 8014 console and captured by 4 HD video cameras.”

READ THIS: Silverstein albums ranked by frontman Shane Told

The stream itself will be produced by will be produced by Wyatt Clough, who the band worked with on videos from 2017’s Dead Reflection and this year’s A Beautiful Place To Drown. The audio will also be produced by Sam Guaiana, who worked on Silverstein’s latest record.

The band have also released an alternate version of their new track Where Are You, which you can listen to below.

Posted on June 30th 2020, 3:56pm
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