Live To Kill

Album: Rescue (2011)
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  • Silverstein frontman Shane Told explained the song's meaning to Alternative Press magazine: "This song is taking a shot at the "rivalry" so many bands out there seem to have with each other. I find it annoying and childish when bands think they deserve more than another band, or are 'bigger' or whatever. During the last 11 years, I've seen it all: bands come from nothing and turn into millionaires and lose it all just as fast. This song is about that, and about the greed so many artists have."


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