Last week, the details for Suicide Silence's first album without late vocalist Mitch Lucker were finally revealed. The album's July 15 release date will leave fans both curious and hyped for a few more months, but to help with the wait, Suicide Silence just released the cover art and track listing for 'You Can't Stop Me,' along with info on some interesting collaborations to be found within the record.
Is there anyone in rock with as many irons in the fire as Max Cavalera? In the years since his exit from Sepultura, the singer-guitarist initially focused his efforts on Soulfly before expanding his resume in recent years. The rocker has recently added Cavalera Conspiracy and now the supergroup Killer Be Killed to his "to-do" list and he'll be busy with all three acts this year.
After playing with Guns N' Roses in South America, it has just been announced that bassist Duff McKagan will also be on stage with the band at this week's Revolver Golden Gods Awards taking place Wednesday, April 23, in Los Angeles. McKagan has been filling in with his former band while Tommy Stinson tours with The Replacements. Stinson is set to return to GN'R on May 13.
Guitarists Gus G (Ozzy Osbourne, Firewind) and Mark Heylmun (Suicide Silence) sat down for the latest episode of Fuse TV's 'Metalhead to Head' (watch part one above and part two below). There was a lot of shredding and funny stories about times their guitar kill switches accidentally engaged on stage.
It was one of the more emotion-fueled concert experiences of 2012 and many top rockers from the metal community joined the members of Suicide Silence to honor the memory of the band's late frontman Mitch Lucker. That special show has now been unleashed as the 'Ending Is the Beginning' CD/DVD/Blu-Ray release and the band has just served up the performance of 'You Only Live Once' with Lamb of God's Randy Blythe as a new video.
Suicide Silence have just released a 30-minute documentary on the life of late vocalist Mitch Lucker. Posted on Christmas Day, the short film shines a light on one of deathcore's most beloved vocalists, featuring early footage of the musician along with interviews with his bandmates and family.
It has been just over a year since a Halloween night motorcycle accident took the life of Suicide Silence vocalist Mitch Lucker. On Dec. 21, 2012, a concert was held to honor Lucker's memory and to raise money for his daughter's future education. That show, which featured a number of prominent guest vocalists, will be released Feb. 18, 2014 (watch the trailer above).