silent planet


On the night of October 6, 2017 two tours converged upon the freshly renovated Palladium in Worcester, MA, the Headspace Tour headlined by Issues, with support from Volumes, Too Close to Touch, and Sylar, and the No Sun No Moon Tourheadlined by The Devil Wears Prada, with support from Veil of Maya, Silent Planet, and Thousand Below.

Silent Planet isn’t particularly silent. Quite the opposite, actually, in the most delightful, metalcore way. First of all, have you heard of Silent Planet before? I, for one, had not, and if I was given the duty to go back in time, using a time traveling machine that actually works, obviously – I’m not silly, and explain to myself what Silent Planet sounds like using some key words, assuming that the space-time vortex would stay open for only a few brief moments for the sake of being dramatic: Solid State Records, Rory from Dayseeker plus 4 other features, harsh-yelly-AND clean vocals, staccato metal riffs, and ethereal guitar leads. *while portal closes* “AND THE PRODUCTION IS AMAzinggggggggggggggggg…” *light flashes and the world ends ’cause I try to catch a quick selfie with past Henry (me), which is against the rules of this very accurate account of how time travel works.