SILENT THEORY Drops 'Made Me This Way'

(Rockum)-What a year 2024 has been for Silent Theory! Their recent singles "Afterthought" and "Burn It All Down" have already had millions of streams and closing in on a million YouTube views.

?The band premiered a video for their third single "Emptiness In You" at Revolver in May. The single has surpassed 1.5 Million Streams since its release on May 25th!

Fresh off a tour with A Skylit Drive, Silent Theory are back with "Made Me This Way" - single number four from the upcoming album Tell Us How It Ends.

Dakota says "'Made Me This Way' is a song about being constantly beat down and changing because of it. Pieces have been stripped away and new ones take their place, until you’ve become something new."

Silent Theory has been around for well over 10 years. Signing with ONErpm in 2021, the past two years of their career has seen a massive spike in streaming, video views, sales and touring opportunities. Check out these stats:

YouTube: 122 million + video views
Spotify: 5 million + streams
Pandora: 12 million + streams
Apple Music: 7 million + streams
Amazon Music: 2 million + streams

About Silent Theory:

Silent Theory is made up of brothers Mitch, Scott, and George Swanger, as well as Robert James and Dakota Elliot Tyler. They are currently located in Moscow, Idaho, but finding world wide success.

"Fragile Minds," released June 2016, charting at #97 for Media Base Active-Rock and #29 for Under the Radar charts. It has since surpassed 26 million video views on YouTube and continues to grow rapidly.

Following this success in June 2018, through Loudwire, the band released their second single off the album, Delusions, "Watch Me Burn." The single charted at#67 on the Media Base Active-Rock charts.

In 2021, they signed with Paul Crosby Management(founding member of Saliva), Continental Touring, and oneRPM, which released their album, Hunt or Be Hunted. The first single, “Shaking Cages” charted at #22 on Billboard/BDS and #6 on Foundations charts. The second single, “The Price” also charted in the top 30 on Billboard/BDS.