In Spring 2009, Silverstein released their fourth full length album, .
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What a show! Both Hands Like Houses & Beartooth played well for the opening lineup! We didn't stay for Silverstein. The gateway is actually a terriable venue. The sound is always shitty, the staff is consistently rude, and the drinks are ridiculously expensive. Though it was a great show, there are much better venues that the Gateway.

The show was fantastical!!! I've been wanting to see Silverstein since my Freshman year about 8-9yrs ago!! I finally had the opportunity and it was all that I hoped for. I heard the exact songs I wanted to hear. I was not disappointed. I also want to say that I loved Emarosa and Being as an Ocean. They were also amazing. It was just an overall amazing show. I was a little disappointed with Tucson tho. The crowd should have been a lot bigger. Maybe next time you guys should consider playing at the Rock


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On October 17, 2011, the band posted a new video on their YouTube channel about an upcoming release. They announced that are in process of recording a new album called with producer Jordan Valeriote, scheduled for release on February 7, 2012. They also said that the will contain 22 songs under 90 seconds with half songs being covers of punk songs that influenced them. Silverstein contributed a cover version of "", originally recorded by , to the compilation album, released in November 21, 2011. On December 1, 2011, the band streamed two songs off , "SOS" and "Brookfield", as well as their covers of 's "The Ballad of Wilhelm Fink" and 's "It's My Job to Keep Punk Rock Elite" on .