The lineup for the Mitch Lucker Memorial Show Friday night (Dec. 21) was already pretty stacked, but the revelation that there would be surprise guests had many in the audience speculating who that might be. By the end of the night, Lamb of God's Randy Blythe, Machine Head's Robb Flynn and Soulfly's Max Cavalera had turned up to honor the late Suicide Silence frontman, making the show even more memorable.
The cameras will be rolling when the members of Suicide Silence and their all-star lineup of guest vocalists team up for a memorial concert to salute the band's late singer, Mitch Lucker. The vocalist died in a motorcycle crash Halloween night and the idea of the show is to not only pay tribute to the singer, but to also raise money for the future education of Lucker's daughter, Kenadee.
A benefit concert in memory of Suicide Silence vocalist Mitch Lucker will be held on Friday (Dec. 21) at the Fox Theater in Pomona, Calif., and the latest batch of guest vocalists has been announced. Phil Bozeman (Whitechapel), Austin Carlile (Of Mice & Men), Cameron "Big Chocolate" Argon and Ricky Hoover (Ex-Suffokate) have all been added to the bill.
The surviving members of Suicide Silence have announced a special benefit show for Mitch Lucker’s family this December, and all of the proceeds from the concert will go toward the education of Lucker's 5-year-old daughter, Kenadee. The band will perform live, and a different singer will fill in for Lucker for each song. No word yet on who these special vocalists will be, but we’ll keep you posted.
One of the more tragic deaths of the year occurred on Halloween night when Suicide Silence vocalist Mitch Lucker perished in a motorcycle accident, leaving behind a wife and young daughter. The rock community has rallied around the Lucker family and the Unite the United charitable organization is the latest to help out.
It's been a roller-coaster few weeks for I See Stars, who were bounced off Falling in Reverse's 'The Thug in Me Is You' fall trek after disagreements with FIR singer Ronnie Radke. However, the group has rebounded rather well, filling the vacancy left by Suicide Silence on the Monster Energy Outbreak Tour.
The metal world has been severely shaken since the death of Suicide Silence vocalist Mitch Lucker. The vocalist struck a light pole on Halloween night while riding his 2013 Harley Davidson motorcycle, dying from his injuries early the next morning.
In memory of Mitch Lucker and for the benefit of his 5-year-0ld daughter Kenadee, Suicide Silence have started an official donation page with all proceeds going towards Kenadee's education fund.