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.

The 'Ending Is the Beginning: Mitch Lucker Memorial' event will take place tomorrow night (Dec. 21) at the Fox Theater in Pomona, Calif. and a majority of the lineup has been revealed. Hellyeah's Chad Gray, As I Lay Dying's Tim Lambesis and All Shall Perish's Eddie Hermida were the first names revealed for the event. In the weeks since, Asking Alexandria's Danny Worsnop, Whitechapel's Phil Bozeman, Winds of Plague's Johnny Plague, Of Mice & Men's Austin Carlile, Impending Doom's Brook Reeves, After the Burial's Anthony Notarmaso, Disfiguring the Goddess' Cameron "Big Chocolate" Argon, former Bury Your Dead musician Myke Terry and ex-Suffokate member Ricky Hoover have also joined the bill.

The band did state via their Facebook page that the show will be shot for a future DVD release and that there would be some "big names" that were not revealed in advance of the show.

All proceeds from the performance and presumably of the forthcoming DVD would go to the Kenadee Lucker education fund. For more information on how you can donate, click here.

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