Over the years, Silent Season has built a resume on radio airplay and touring with bands such as Sevendust, 10 Years, Gemini Syndrome and Twelve Foot Ninja. With support from Sirius XM Octane, Music Choice, Sixx Sense and various FM stations such as KCMQ, 95.7 The Rock Station, KEYJ-Rock 108, 105.1 The Blaze, The Dark on FM 94, WZBH, WOBG, WHBR, KOZE, KJML, WIIL, WXTB the band has been able to garner an undeniable and loyal fan base.
Also, the band has opened for several national acts, including – Citizen Zero, Black Veil Brides, Falling In Reverse, Hinder, Lacuna Coil, Like A Storm, Nonpoint, Orgy, Powerman 5000, Red, Scott Stapp, Sick Puppies, Taproot and Trapt.
Boston’s Hard Rock/Metal band Silent Season formed in the spring of 2008. Despite the changes that have taken place in the hard rock/metal world with favorite venues, radio stations and record stores closing, the band’s name reflects one that captures depth and emotion as their music always conveys a positive message with elements of perseverance, determination and overcoming challenges, not just in the music industry, but in life in general. With influences such as Breaking Benjamin, Sevendust, Staind, Metallica and Red, fans of these bands are bound to immediately be drawn to Silent Season, making their band a fan favorite.
Silent Season was founded by Jeremy Rae (Lead Vocalist) and David Pappalardo (Drummer). The line- up was solidified with the addition of Guitarists Brendan Sheehan and Abner Anthony. In the summer of 2012, the band released their debut album, ‘Breaking Me Down,’ which consisted of 12-tracks ranging from aggressive hard rock songs to melodic rock ballads while all songs engaged the listener with powerful, heartfelt lyrics. The album was produced by Brett Hestla (Dark New Day & Creed), Brad Young (Platinum LFO albums) and Alex Hatziyannis. It was mastered by Grammy-nominated producer Jonathan Wyner (Nirvana, David Bowie, Aerosmith and Bruce Springsteen) from M-Works Studio in Cambridge, MA.
The debut album received support from stations such as Sirius-XM Octane, Music Choice and Sixx Sense along FM stations such as WZBH, WOBG, WHBR, KOZE, KJML, WIIL and WXTB, which resulted in the band gaining a loyal fan base. Silent Season’s hit single, ‘Chance,’ off of their debut album made it to the #1 spot on Music Choice’s Metal channel within a week.
The band has toured with national artists such as Sevendust, 10 Years, Gemini Syndrome and Twelve Foot Ninja. They have also shared the stage with Black Veil Brides, Hinder, Lacuna Coil, Nonpoint, Red, Sick Puppies, Falling In Reverse, Like A Storm, Taproot, Trapt, Orgy and Powerman 5000, to name a few.
Since releasing their debut album, the band has followed up with hit singles including ‘Us All’ (2014), ‘The Negative’ (2017) and ‘Stars’ (2017), ‘Wounds’ (2019), ‘Blame’ (2019), ‘Addiction’ (2021). ‘The Negative’, ‘Wounds’, and ‘Blame’ were accompanied by lyric videos and ‘Us All’, ‘Stars’, ‘Addiction’, with music videos.
Silent Season’s most recent single ‘Addiction’ hit close to home with a lot of fans talking about drug addiction and overcoming the battle that it is.
The band’s perseverance, drive and dedication has been undeniable, and it is with much appreciation from the continued support the band has received from various mediums that continue to propel them forward. ‘Stars’ recently received rave reviews after being featured in Alternative Revolt Magazine and All Access Music Magazine. In the short period of time since ‘Stars’ was released, the song has garnered notable success by generating over 2,000,000+ streams. The song is also being played on Music Choice’s Rock Channel and Loudwire’s Weekly Wire Spotify Playlist as well as numerous FM stations (96.7 KCMQ, 95.7 The Rock Station, KEYJ-Rock 108, 105.1 The Blaze and The Dark on FM94, to name a few) and internet stations (Rock Rage Radio, Boston Rock Radio, Renegade Radio, Philly Rock Radio, Neue Regel Radio, 101.9 Fox FM, Rock 98.9, Rock On The Rise, Rock File Radio and Unphiltered Radio, to name a few).
Silent Season continues to keep putting out singles in hope that one day they will be picked up by a label and put out the album that the fans deserve.