Stream Silence Equals Death's New Track, "Common Ground"
New Jersey hardcore quintet Silence Equals Death is preparing to release their debut full-length album, End Times, through Eulogy Recordings next week, the band issuing a new single in advance of the record. The newly-unveiled track “Common Ground” is available for your listening pleasure below.
With ten new energetic and infectious tracks, End Times was recorded by Silence Equals Death at Scorpion Studios in late 2016, mixed by the band and Kevin Carafa, and mastered by Carafa with additional mastering by Michael White, with artwork by Carlo at Kill Carlo Boy Designs.
Offers the band with the “Common Ground” premiere, “The song is about the unique bond between hardcore bands and their fans. How we rely on each other to create something that feels like family.”
Silence Equals Death will issue an official video for “Peacemaker” in the coming days, and the band is booking live performances in support of their album, with release shows across the NYC/NJ region confirmed throughout the upcoming weeks.
SILENCE EQUALS DEATH Live:
4/07/2017 The Stanhope House – Stanhope, NJ w/ Agnostic Front [info]
4/09/2017 Lucky 13 Saloon – Brooklyn, NY *release show w/ Apparition, Full Scale Riot, more
5/05/2017 Clash Bar – Clifton, NJ *release show w/ Threat 2 Society, Robots And Monsters, Ogre, Crime Scene
5/06/2017 5 Event South Tower – Callaway, MD w/ Inverted Planets, Only 4 Tonight
6/04/2017 Championship Bar – Trenton, NJ @ Micro Fest
With several multi-talented musicians hailing from diverse in their musical backgrounds and interests, Silence Equals Death keeps their writing process fresh and innovative. Lyrically the group finds it important to address social issues as well as using the platform to connect with listeners on a more personal level. On their anticipated full-length debut, End Times, vocalist Scott Earth confronts deep personal issues such the loss of a loved one on the song “Devotion,” and puts out a rallying cry of revolt on the songs “End Times” and “Peacemaker.” “Common Ground” celebrates the unity between the band and its fans, while “Hope” screams of perseverance in the face of adversity.