Ever since deathcore vocalist Eddie Hermida departed from All Shall Perish to focus on becoming the new frontman of Suicide Silence, fans of both bands have been waiting for the full story to unveil itself. This week, Hermida presented his viewpoint publicly for the first time, and now, All Shall Perish bassist and founding member Mike Tiner has revealed a very different story.
One of this year's biggest news stories revolves around deathcore vocalist Eddie Hermida. Nearly a year after Suicide Silence frontman Mitch Lucker died of injuries suffered from a motorcycle accident, Hermida was named as the band's new singer. Eddie Hermida, as you may know, was the vocalist for All Shall Perish, but left the band to pursue his career in Suicide Silence. There are a million questions just waiting to be asked, and Hermida has finally answered many of them.
Well … that didn't take long. Earlier today (Oct. 4), Suicide Silence made the announcement that All Shall Perish vocalist Eddie Hermida had filled the vacant spot of the late Mitch Lucker. Of course, the obvious question was how this would affect All Shall Perish, but only hours after Suicide Silence's announcement, All Shall Perish revealed that Hermida has quit.
Nearly one year after Suicide Silence vocalist Mitch Lucker passed away, the band has confirmed that they will continue on with a new member behind the mic. Rumors have been spreading about who the new vocalist would be, and now Suicide Silence have offered a clue with a recording of 'You Only Live Once' featuring the mystery singer.
The past year has been a difficult one for Suicide Silence, who lost their frontman Mitch Lucker in a tragic motorcycle crash on Halloween night. In the period since, the band have been mourning his loss, starting with a major memorial show last fall featuring a number of rock's top names, then in private.
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.