Silverstein To Play House of Blues in November


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In the wake of a special vinyl reissue of indie act Silverstein’s best-selling debut, When Broken Is Easily Fixed, which was originally released in 2003 on Victory Records, the group just announced that it'll embark on a fall tour that kicks off with a Nov. 4 date at House of Blues.

“The vinyl album remained out of print for over a decade, and that original pressing remains one of the most sought-after items by our most die-hard fans and collectors," says bassist Billy Hamilton in a press release about the reissue and tour. "While the record was eventually repressed in 2014, we wanted to raise the bar with this reissue. We went with a modern remaster and cut new lacquers, choosing to press on 180-gram vinyl with an elevated, vintage tip-on style jacket. Being a massive collector of vinyl now, I not only love having a record that sounds good, but also one that feels and looks aesthetically pleasing."

While the band was unable to support its tenth studio album, A Beautiful Place to Drown, amid COVID-19, its upcoming 19-date run will right that wrong too.

Tickets to the Silverstein show are on sale now.

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