Los Angeles based Sons of Silver is frontman Peter Argyropoulos of Pete RG, original Pearl Jam drummer Dave Krusen, Candlebox bassist Adam Kury, former Skillet guitarist Kevin Haaland, and keyboardist and engineer Brina Kabler. The group’s collective songwriting style, shared years of experience and artistic connection makes the band, and their debut EP Doomsday Noises a powerful stand-out.

Sons of Silver has joined forces with American Songwriter Magazine for the premiere of the official video for their song “Deep Division.” See it here:

When asked about the song Argyropoulos explains, “We write and create our music, collectively.  We celebrate collaboration. We’re careful to be inclusive and open to all thoughts and ideas. We embrace our differences.  We respect and protect each other no matter how much we might disagree. We move forward together. We’ve learned that division is very destructive, and it begins when listening ends. So, we’re always listening.”

Sonic Abuse wrote, “the EP burns with barely controlled intensity, the band may have laid down Doomsday Noises before the world truly went to hell in a handbasket, but there’s no question that theirs is the soundtrack to the current crisis and if you’re more inclined to defiance than despair, then it’s a record you’ll want to add to your collection.” While the EP’s title might seem well-timed the songs are spin offs from jam sessions that took place in 2019. Backed by solid musicianship, Sons of Silver take on real issues within the EP’s five-song set while keeping the door open for further discussion.  Stream it here:

The visually stirring videos from the EP have already collectively garnered over two million views and counting.  See them here:

Tune in to the next Sons of Silver Live Stream Concert on December 9 at 7pm EST / 6pm CST / 4pm PST on the band’s YouTube channel, Facebook page or

About RJ Frometa

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