Since blazing onto the rock scene, Silvertung have
proven that hard work, grit and great songs are still the recipe for
success in the competitive hard rock landscape. With three albums and
one EP released, they’ve amazed fans and critics alike by hitting the
Billboard Mainstream Rock Radio Chart three times with their singles –
“Never Too Late,” “Face The Music” and “You & Me”.
The band’s music videos have garnered over 1.5
million+ YouTube views and are still climbing. In addition, the band
received two Maryland Music Awards – “Best Heavy Metal Band” and
“Breakout Artist.” Silvertung performed live at the televised event.
Success hasn’t come easy for this Mid-Atlantic
quartet, comprising of vocalist Speed, lead guitarist Codey, bassist Sam
Sour, and drummer Danno. They found their way on the rock scene the
old-fashioned way – one show at a time. Continuously performing in and
around the Mid-Atlantic area, the band built a tremendous regional buzz
on the strength of their live show which led to opening spots with such
heavy weight artists as Godsmack, Disturbed, Shinedown, Slipknot,
Staind, Papa Roach, Buckcherry, Filter, Drowning Pool, Anthrax and
P.O.D., among others.
This buzz caught the attention of Grammy nominated
producer David Ivory (Ivory Productions), who invited Silvertung to a
session at his secluded Dylanava Studios in Gwynedd Valley, PA. Focusing
on songwriting and arrangement, Ivory’s unorthodox style worked for
Silvertung and the collaboration spawned the band’s first radio
break-through hit “Never Too Late,” which hit the Billboard Top 40
Mainstream Rock Chart.
From there, the group went on to write and record Out
Of The Box, which was produced by Steven Wright (Slipknot, Mars Volta,
Rihanna), and resulted in the chart-topping hit singles “Face The Music”
and “You & Me”.
In 2017, Silvertung took a departure from the roaring
drum beats and hard guitar riffs they were known for and released
Lighten Up, an all-acoustic album that featured stripped down and
re-written versions of their biggest hits. It was quickly embraced by
fans and critics for its raw emotion and honest look behind Silvertung’s
tough façade. A riveting DVD documentary was released soon after to
accompany the album.
The band is looking forward to their upcoming release
which was also produced by Steven Wright along with their new
partnership with Thermal Entertainment.