A Beautiful Place To Drown

Silverstein - A Beautiful Place To Drown
Critic Score
Based on 5 reviews
2020 Ratings: #368 / 491
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Based on 24 ratings
March 6, 2020 / Release Date
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UNFD / Label
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"As far as I'm concerned, there's only one Booger."
-Booger McFarland

As far as I'm concerned, there's only one Silverstein: the sound from Waterfront/Shipwreck-era. But even as hipster as I may sound, at this point, I will concede that there are cool aspects that took me out of the moment. But guys. Any band is almost asking for skips when the song is lined with rehashed, cheesy-sounding grooves (and ancient, stale melodies) that don't do even close to justice to that feeling from ... read more
This Silverstein album sounds a lot more light and commerical than their other albums. Ironically it makes this album feel old and dated.
Decent album.
I really loved everything up to shape shift excluding stop, and September 14th everything after isnt that good. It really makes me miss those fucking crazy guitar parts from their first two albums in exchange for a more explosive pop sound. Solid effort that was worth listening to for those very good songs.
Damn, this was a walk down memory lane for me. Silverstein's sound hasn't really changed a lot and with that comes a decent amount of good, there's actually some growth since the last time I listened to these guys probably over a decade ago. (2007s Arrivals & Departures is the last cover art I recognise). To hear this sound thriving and still making me bop is impressive but ultimately there isn't a lot here that breaks barriers or shifts their sound into the modern age, but that's not ... read more
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Track List

  1. Bad Habits (feat. Intervals)
  2. Burn It Down (feat. Caleb Shomo)
  3. Where Are You
  4. Infinite (feat. Aaron Gillespie)
  5. Shape Shift
  6. All On Me
  7. Madness (feat. Princess Nokia)
  8. Say Yes!
  9. Stop
  10. September 14th
  11. Coming Down
  12. Take What You Give (feat. Simple Plan)
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Added on: January 10, 2020