Silverstein – Misery Made Me - 2022 Post Hardcore Emo - Ltd. Orange Opaque Vinyl - Sealed LP

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Silverstein - Misery Made Me 
Label: UNFD – UNFD156
Vinyl, LP, Album, Limited Edition, Orange Opaque
Limited to 2500 - Opaque Orange (worldwide retail exclusive)
Comes with printed inner sleeve.
Barcode (Stickered, Scanned): 196292597431
Country: Worldwide
Released: May 6, 2022
Genre: Rock
Style: Post-Hardcore
A1 Our Song
A2 Die Alone
Featuring – Andrew Neufeld
A3 Ultraviolet
A4 Cold Blood
Featuring – Trevor Daniel
A5 It's Over
A6 The Altar/Mary
B1 Slow Motion
Featuring – Mike Hranica
B2 Don't Wait Up
B3 Bankrupt
B4 Live Like This
Featuring – nothing,nowhere.
B5 Misery
''Over the years, many will have formed a variety of different opinions when it comes to post-hardcore heavy-hitters, Silverstein (...)
Misery Made Me, via UNFD. A weighty, gritty, and more emotional turn from their last pop-influenced 2020 release, A Beautiful Place To Drown, Misery Made Me returns to a place of heavy nostalgic bliss, flanked by themes of personal miseries, and a part declaration that they will not be buried by them.
Strong moments like “Die Alone,” speak volumes about the band’s classic massive nature, only dialed to 11. Throwing caution to the wind, Silverstein releases unbridled fury and keeps us on our toes. Fundamentally different from anything previous to it on the record, it shows how undeniably good Silverstein is at instrumental risk and excelling. While the track itself is already a knockout hit, vocalist Andrew Neufeld of Comeback Kid definitely adds an extra spice to the song to keep things interesting.
Perhaps one of the heaviest and most magnificent leviathans on Misery Made Me is “The Altar/Mary.” A mashup of genres that pulverizes us colossal instrumental punches that effortlessly drips into infectious electronic dreamscapes, “The Altar/Mary confidently proves that Silverstein is far from out of the race when it comes to delivering the best in the genre. This is just another unique cycle for the torchbearers, and other bands need to catch up.'' (SpillMagazine)
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Condition New
Format LP
Color Black