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Silverstein share new music video for “Lost Positives”


GET IT HERE: riserecords.lnk.to/DeadReflection

October 19th, 2017 – Singapore – Ontario, Canada’s post-hardcore veterans, Silverstein, have premiered their new music video for “Lost Positives” an explosive cut from their eighth full length, ‘Dead Reflection’. Fans can watch the video on the official Rise Records YouTube Channel here: smarturl.it/LostPositivesVideo

Have already spent much of 2017 on the road in support of the album, “Lost Positives” is a perfect example of why Silverstein remain captivatingly urgent over 17 years into their career. The band’s trademark mix of aggression and melody has been honed to an even sharper edge with bigger hooks and more impressive riffs than ever.

‘Dead Reflection’ pushed the band’s songwriting to new heights, but also finds vocalist, Shane Told, delving into his personal life to a greater extent than ever before. The intimate album is shaped by tumultuous and self-destructive times, and its dark tone is undeniable, but underneath is the sense of hope-within-the-hurt that has always marked Silverstein’s work. This struggle recognize yourself in the midst of personal upheaval is central to the brooding video for “Lost Positives”.

‘Dead Reflection’ is available now: riserecords.lnk.to/DeadReflection

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