Silverstein announce ‘When Broken is Easily Fixed’ 15th anniversary tour

It’s been 15 years since Silverstein released their debut album, When Broken is Easily Fixed, and now the group is ready to take the album back on the road. On Tuesday (July 31), the Canadian band announced plans to hit the touring circuit to celebrate the record’s crystal anniversary. Taking to social media, the band revealed their upcoming tour itinerary which will find them playing venues throughout the months of November and December across the United States and Canada.

The When Broken is Easily Fixed 15th anniversary tour will begin on Nov. 9 at the Majestic in Detroit and conclude a month and a half later on Dec. 15 in their “hometown” of Toronto, Ontario. Hawthorne Heights, As Cities Burn, and Capstan have been confirmed as Silverstein’s special guests for the complete excursion. According to the official poster for the upcoming trek, Silverstein will perform two sets; When Broken is Easily Fixed in full and a mix of their greatest hits.

General tickets will go on sale beginning this Friday, Aug. 3 on the band’s website.

Earlier this week, the band posted a cryptic message on social media. The post contained a link and two emojis; a robot head and a broken heart. Fans were quick to connect the dots when they realized the emojis were a direct reference to the album’s cover art while the link was just the album’s title with dot-com added at the end.

When Broken is Easily Fixed was released in May of 2003 through Victory Records. The album was re-released in September of 2004 with a DVD and two bonus tracks (“Friends in Fall River” and “Forever and a Day”). The ten-track album includes “Smashed into Pieces” and “Giving Up.”

Currently, Silverstein is in the midst of wrapping up their time on the final Vans Warped Tour. The group released their ninth studio album, Dead Reflection, last July.

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