Silverline returned in 2010 with Voices In The Night, a beautifully powerful and musically ambitious collection of songs. For their sophomore release, Silverline carefully crafted these inspiring pop/rock songs from the everyday struggles encountered being "in the world, not of the world," and the message of hope to today's younger generation has never rung more clearly. An Interlinc favorite, their 2009 Top 20 Air 1 single and video for "Get It Right" was a huge hit with youth groups nationwide, and was featured on the Interlinc special release ConGRADulations 2010, distributed to high schools and youth groups across the US. With a constant touring schedule, Silverline garnered respect as one of the hardest working bands around and performed alongside major acts such as Switchfoot, Thousand Foot Krutch, Brian "Head" Welch, P.O.D., Hawk Nelson, Newsboys, and many more.
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Silverline follows up their 2009 VSR Ep with their sophomore set: Voices in the Night. Continuing where they left off, the band delivers eight high energy modern rockers that impressively show off the band’s highly developed musical capabilities, lyrical depth and spiritual shrewdness.
The band’s songs easily reveal candid Biblical allusions and an unconcealed Christian worldview without a trace of triteness or resorting to well-worn cliché. Silverline's musicians mesh tightly, producing polished and eminently re-playable tunes.
Fans of modern rock acts Capital Lights, Nevertheless, Run Kid Run,Stellar Kart & Thousand Foot Krutch/ FM Static, as well as label mates Ember & Ever Stays Red should make a beeline for their nearest retailer (or e-tailer) and give this up-and-coming band a listen.
Silverline| Posted June 15, 2010
Some of their music is a little rough in spots, but that is to be expected with every new band. Give them a couple of years with a little nourishing from more experienced bands and producers, and this band will go far.
Voices In The Night| Posted June 02, 2010
So far, their Voices In The Night album has taken a step up for the good. A few of the songs resemble past works but overall, this CD is better than their others.