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Silverstein Takes The Limelight

03:30 AM Thursday 8/23/07 | |

Canadian screamo band Silverstein has announced dates for headlining runs of the U.S. and Europe in support of their latest release, Arrivals and Departures. The band is currently out on the road in the States supporting Rise Against.

Silverstein will mix in a few headlining shows during the Rise Against tour, including August 24 at The Rave Eagles Club in Milwaukee, Wis., August 25 at Headliners in Louisville, K.Y., and September 1 at The Foundry in Joplin, Mo., before kicking off its tour in earnest October 2 at the Forest Hill Lodge in Loves Park, Ill.

Other stops on the schedule include Ramkota in Sioux Falls, S.D. (October 5), The Exit in Fresno, Calif. (October 10), White Rabbit in San Antonio (October 18), Beta Bar in Tallahassee, Fla. (October 24), Chameleon in Lancaster, Pa. (October 30) and the Saints and Sinners Festival at Convention Hall of Asbury Park, N.J. (November 4).

Opening duties will be shared at various times by Comeback Kid, As Cities Burn, Alesana, From Autumn to Ashes, Strike Anywhere, A Day To Remember and Dance Gavin Dance.

Following the U.S. dates, the band will head to Europe for a month of shows, beginning November 16 at Arts Centre in Colchester, U.K. and wrapping up December 16 at Prime Club in Cologne, Germany. Other U.K. highlights include stops at Cavern in Exeter (November 18), Islington Academy in London (November 24), Moshulu in Aberdeen (November 29), and Rock City in Nottingham (December 6).

Cities on the continent on the itinerary include Luxemburg, Stockholm, Copenhagen, Berlin and Hamburg.

Joining Silverstein on the European trek are fellow screamo act Bless The Fall.

Tickets for some shows on both the U.S. and European tours are available through links on the band's web site.

Arrivals and Departures, which was released in July and debuted high on both U.S. and Canadian charts, is Silverstein's third full-length album. The band recently released the disc in a special limited-edition colored vinyl version. Two different colors of vinyl are available through retail outlets, and a third can be found exclusively through Victory Records' web store.

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