Silverstein Announce Release Date for ‘I Am Alive in Everything I Touch’

Silverstein are in the final stretch of their “Discovering the Waterfront Tenth Anniversary tour” and with the North American portion of the celebration coming to a close, the Canadian band have revealed the release date for their new album.

I Am Alive in Everything I Touch, their eighth studio album, will officially be released on May 19 through Rise Records. Before the band took to their social media accounts to reveal this information, they announced the release date during their show in Ft. Lauderdale (also known as our hometown show).

During the show, the band performed a new song titled “A Midwestern State of Emergency” followed by the announcement that the new record had not only been completed, but it would be released in mid-May.

As if that  wasn’t enough, the band also revealed that the “Discovering the Waterfront Tenth Anniversary Tour” will be making the trek to Australia in May to give their fans “Down Under” the chance to celebrate the anniversary of the band’s sophomore album.

Silverstein on the ‘Discovering the Waterfront Tenth Anniversary Tour’

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Silverstein at Revolution Live in Ft. Lauderdale, FL for their “Discovering the Waterfront Tenth Anniversary Tour” (Feb. 13, 2015) also frontman Shane Told’s birthday.

Silverstein Taking the ‘Waterfront’ to Australia


Silverstein are currently in the middle of their “Discovering the Waterfront Tenth Anniversary” North American tour, and now the Canadian band have revealed they will be taking the tour down under to their Australian fans.

The tour which celebrates the tenth anniversary of their second studio album which featured songs like “Smile in your Sleep,” “Discovering the Waterfront,” and our personal favorites, “Fist Wrapped In Blood” and “Your Sword Versus My Dagger” will hit Australia on May 3 at the Hi Fi in Brisbane and wrap up a week later on May 10 at Amplifier Bar in Perth.

Young Lions have been confirmed for all dates with the except of the last day of the tour in Perth.

Links for ticket purchase can be found below. Also keep in mind that some of the venues listed are 18+, so if you’re underage, you might want to think it over.

05/03 – The Hi Fi, Brisbane 18+
Tickets from or Oztix on 1300 762
545, and Oztix outets

05/05 – Cambridge Hotel, Newcastle 18+
Tickets from or or Oztix on 1300 762
545 & or BigTix on

05/06 – Manning Bar, Sydney 18+
Tickets from or Oztix on 1300 762
545, and Oztix outets

05/07 – Magpies, Canberra Lic/AA
Tickets from or Oztix on 1300 762
545, and Oztix outets

05/08 – 170 Russell, Melbourne 18+
Tickets from or or Oztix on 1300 762
545 & or the venue on 1300 724 867

05/09 – Fowlers Live, Adelaide Lic AA
Tickets from or or Oztix on 1300 762
545 & or MoshTix on 1300 438 849 &

05/10 – Amplifier Bar, Perth 18+*
Tickets from or Oztix on 1300 762
545, and Oztix outets

* Young Lions not appearing

Silverstein announced last year they were currently in the middle of working on a new album, the follow-up to 2013’s This Is How The Wind Shifts.

Silverstein to Release New Album in 2015


Silverstein will be heading out on tour next year to celebrate the tenth anniversary of their breakthrough album (and 15th anniversary of being a band), Discovering the Waterfront, but now they have revealed there will be a new album coming out in 2015 as well.

Yesterday afternoon, the Canadian band revealed they would be releasing their eighth studio album in the Spring. The album will be titled I Am Alive in Everything I Touch and will be released through their new record label, Rise Records.

The band’s last album was This Is How The Wind Shifts which was released in February of 2013 through Hopeless Records.

Check out the tour dates for their upcoming Discovering the Waterfront tenth anniversary tour which will feature special guests Beartooth, Hands Like Houses, Major League, and My Iron Lung.


1/15 – London, Canada @ London Music Hall

1/16 – Pontiac, MI @ Crofoot Ballroom

1/17 – Chicago, IL @ The Bottom Lounge

1/18 – Minneapolis, MN @ Mill City Nights

1/20 – Winnipeg, Canada @ The Garrick Theatre

1/21 – Saskatoon, Canada @ Obriens

1/22 – Edmonton, Canada @ Union Hall

1/23 – Calgary, Canada @ The Gateway

1/24 – Vancouver, Canada @ Tom Lee Music Hall

1/25 – Seattle, WA @ El Corazon

1/26 – Portland, OR @ Hawthorne Theatre

1/28 – Sacramento, CA @ Ace of Spades

1/29 – Anaheim, CA @ House Of Blues

1/30 – West Hollywood, CA @ House Of Blues

1/31 – San Diego, CA @ House Of Blues

2/2 – Mesa, AZ @ The Nile

2/3 – Las Vegas, NV @ House Of Blues

2/4 – Reno, NV @ The Knitting Factory

2/5 – Salt Lake City, UT @ Club Sound

2/6 – Denver, CO @ Summit Music Hall

2/7 – Albuquerque, NM @ Sunshine Theater

2/8 – Dallas, TX @ The Prophet Bar

2/10 – San Antonio, TX @ Backstage Live

2/11 – Houston, TX @ Warehouse Live

2/13 – Fort Lauderdale, FL @ Revolution

2/14 – Orlando, FL @ The Beacham

2/15 – Atlanta, GA @ The Masquerade

2/17 – Greensboro, NC @ Greene Street Club

2/18 – Norfolk, VA @ The Norva

2/19 – Baltimore, MD @ Baltimore Soundstage

2/20 – Philadelphia, PA @ Union Tranfer

2/21 – New York, NY @ Webster Hall

2/22 – Worcester, MA @ The Palladium

2/24 – Cincinnati, OH @ Bogart’s

2/25 – Cleveland, OH @ House Of Blues

2/26 – Clifton Park, NY @ Upstate Concert Hall

2/27 – Montreal, Canada @ Le National

2/28 – Toronto, Canada @ Danforth Music Hall

Silverstein Announce Tenth Year Anniversary Tour for ‘Discovering the Waterfront’


We’ve written several times about ten year anniversary tours from many of the bands that we’ve grown up with and with 2015 just two months away, we’re sure we’ll be writing about more of them in the new year.

With Relient K, Taking Back Sunday, Senses Fail, and more already making their rounds, another band will shortly be joining that list: Silverstein.

The band, who we last wrote about earlier this year and their misfortune of having to cancel tour dates, have revealed plans to go on a ten-year anniversary tour for their breakthrough album, Discovering the Waterfront.

Supporting the Canadian band on the tour will be Beartooth, Hands Like House, Major League, and My Iron Lung.

Check out the newly released flyer for the tour slated to begin on Jan. 15, 2015 at the London Music Hall and wrap up in Toronto on Feb. 28 at the Danforth Music Hall.


Silverstein Cancel All Postponed Tour Dates


Yesterday, we might have gotten a little bit excited to announced that Silverstein would be continuing with their Canadian tour amid the news that guitarist, Paul Marc Rousseau had to undergo emergency abdominal surgery. The band, until then, had cancelled all dates waiting for Rousseau to get better so they could pick up where they left off on their trek. They went so far as to announce that tour dates for next week were still on.

But a lot can change in 12 hours and it looks like those hoping for Silverstein to keep their word about coming back for a make up show for the ones that were cancelled have been left out in the cold. The band announced earlier today on their Facebook that they would have to cancel the rescheduled stops.

A full statement from the band can be read below:

Silverstein Release New Music Video


While guitarist Paul Marc Rousseau is still recovering from the emergency abdominal emergency he had to undergo, Silverstein have decided to release the music video for their song, “On Brave Mountains We Conquer” from their sixth studio album, This is How the Wind Shifts.

Reluctantly, the band had to reveal that they would have to cancel and postpone a lot more dates from their current Canadian tour due to Rousseau’s condition. But yesterday, good news came in the form of tweets from the band when they revealed that their upcoming shows in Halifax, Nova Scotia and St. John, Newfoundland and Labrador, would go on as planned.

As for the postponed shows, the band said they will wait until the right time frame when Rousseau is feeling better, and then they will reschedule those shows.

Silverstein Guitarist Hospitalized


We haven’t heard much from Silverstein in a while, but last night, the band released a statement to fans that one of them was sick. Guitarist, Paul Marc had been admitted into the hospital at their Cornwall, Ontario stop of their current tour.

In the statement, singer Shane Todd revealed that Marc had started to feel some pain before their show in Sherbrooke and decided it would be wise to stop at a hospital to have him check out. It was a good thing that they did so because Marc had to have emergency abdominal surgery.

As of now, all upcoming tour dates ave been reschedule and hopefully will be able to hit the road again sometime next weekend. The full statement from Todd, on behalf of the other members, can be read below.

“Hi everyone, we have some bad news. Paul Marc is in a hospital in Cornwall, ON after having to have emergency abdominal surgery last night. He started feeling severe pain right before our show in Sherbrooke and it got so bad we had to stop at a hospital on the way back to Toronto. Right now our shows in Windsor, Kitchener and Hamilton are being rescheduled. Paul Marc got through the surgery okay, and hopefully he is recovered for the shows the next weekend in Etobicoke and Scarborough. Please feel free to send him well wishes through his twitter @paulmarc or Instagram @paulmarcsees . We’ll let you know when we have new dates for the makeup shows. Thanks for your understanding. 

Shane // Silverstein”