SILVERSTEIN Collaborates With BEARTOOTH's CALEB SHOMO On 'Burn It Down' Single

SILVERSTEIN Collaborates With BEARTOOTH's CALEB SHOMO On 'Burn It Down' Single

SILVERSTEIN has signed with UNFD. The band will enter the studio later this year to record its ninth studio album for a 2020 release.

With the signing announcement comes a brand-new song from SILVERSTEIN, which will celebrate its 20th anniversary in 2020. Fans can now listen to "Burn It Down ft. Caleb Shomo" below.

Caleb Shomo is the frontman for the Columbus, Ohio band BEARTOOTH. While members of the two groups have performed live together a handful of times as SILVERTOOTH, "Burn It Down" is the first recorded music they've collaborated on.

"Burn It Down ft. Caleb Shomo" is SILVERSTEIN's first since 2017's "Dead Reflection", the band's ninth studio album. On April 12, SILVERSTEIN released "Redux: The First Ten Years", which featured newly recorded versions of select songs from their first four studio albums.

"The song picks up right where 'Dead Reflection' left off," explains SILVERSTEIN vocalist Shane Told. "It has the catchiness and riffiness of that album, but production wise and vocally we took another progressive step in a direction we feel great about. It hits hard and tells a story but gets you straight to the point. It's not messing around — direct and in your face. Once the bridge section music was completed, we could imagine Caleb's voice working so perfectly over it — so we sent it to him and said 'do your thing.' He sent it back and I just about fell over when I heard it."

SILVERSTEIN is composed of Shane Told, Paul Koehler, Billy Hamilton, Paul Marc Rousseau and Josh Bradford.

Photo credit: Wyatt Clough


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