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Suicide Silence Singer Mitch Lucker Breaks Elbow, Offers Gruesome Photo as Proof

The life of a rocker is sometimes a hard one, and while we're not sure how he did it, Suicide Silence singer Mitch Lucker is currently suffering through the pain of a broken elbow.

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Dying Fetus vs. Suicide Silence – Death Match

Dying Fetus just pulled out a second major victory in our weekly Death Match. After striking down thrash legends Overkill two weeks ago, Dying Fetus just brought their Death Match record to 2-0 after an impressive win over Soulfly. This week however, will certainly be their toughest challenge yet.

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Suicide Silence Unveil ‘Slaves to Substance’ Video

Suicide Silence recently debuted their new video for ‘Slaves to Substance.’ The song hails from their 2011 release ‘The Black Crown.’

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Machine Head Unleash the Locusts in NYC

One of metal's biggest tours hit New York City on Friday night (Feb. 7) with Machine Head, Suicide Silence and Darkest Hour nearly blowing the roof off the Best Buy Theater. This current leg of 'The Eighth Plague' tour is Machine Head's first true headlining tour in nearly five years -- and the NYC crowd welcomed them with rabid enthusiasm.

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Suicide Silence vs. The Devil Wears Prada – Death Match

Suicide Silence took down August Burns Red in last week’s Death Match. Suicide Silence edged out a win by a margin of 52-48 percent, practically the same percentage that the band beat out As I Lay Dying by in the week before. Can Suicide Silence do it again in their third Death Match?

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Suicide Silence vs. August Burns Red – Death Match

After a hard-fought battle for supremacy in the previous Death Match, Suicide Silence edged out reigning champs As I Lay Dying in the final hours of the war by a slim margin of 51-49 percent. Suicide Silence fans united in an incredible showing of solidarity and dedication to their deathcore heroes, giving As I Lay Dying their first loss after a Hall of Fame induction seemed certain for the band until the very last moments. Thanks to their insane fans, Suicide Silence's 'You Only Live Once' moves on to its second bout in the Death Match.

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As I Lay Dying vs. Suicide Silence
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As I Lay Dying vs. Suicide Silence – Death Match

After an incredibly close match and thousands upon thousands of votes, As I Lay Dying emerged victorious in their bout against Children of Bodom. This brings As I Lay Dying to 3-0 in Death Match. One more win and their tune 'Paralyzed' will be the first ever song to be declared immortal in the Death Match Hall of Fame.

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Machine Head to Embark on Winter 2012 Tour With Suicide Silence

Two of the hottest bands on the circuit, Machine Head and Suicide Silence, will tour together this winter, starting Jan. 15 in Denver, Colorado. Dates run through Feb. 18 in San Francisco. Darkest Hour and Rise to Remain will open all shows.

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