Life of a Spectator
Based on a True Story
Silent Majority was a Melodic Hardcore band from Long Island that existed from 1990 until 2000. The members have since gone on to form such bands as: Advent, Glassjaw, Bayside, Clockwise, Blood Red, Inside, Heads vs. Breakers, Capital, Bastard Cut, and The Otters.
Silent Majority started as a joke band that practiced in Tommy Corrigan's basement after school. The band had their first practice on December 26th, 1990; which was also the day after they first got their instruments. In 1998, Silent Majority performed at the Initial Records run Krazy Fest, which took place in Louisville, Kentucky from May 29th to May 31st, 1998 at the Louisville Brewery Thunderdome. They played Krazy Fest II the following year in Kentucky from May 19th to May 21st, 1999 at the Riverfront Plaza/Belvedere. Soon after, the band departed on their "Mini Me" tour with fellow LIHC band, Kill Your Idols. At this time, Silent Majority left Wreck-Age Records and decided to release their new EP on Initial Records.