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Suicide Silence

Riverside, California's Suicide Silence formed in 2002. A quintet, the band specialized in that 21st century metal phenomenon known as deathcore and was signed to international mega-metal label Century Media. The band managed to get things rolling quickly, save for a few lineup changes, and went from formation to deal in a mere two years. In the meantime, Suicide Silence issued one pre-deal EP -- the simply titled Suicide Silence -- which saw the light of day on indie labels At the Deep End and SOS Records. The band's Century Media debut album, The Cleansing, was released in September of 2007, and was produced by John Travis. The album was a bit of a mover and shaker in the genre, breaking through to the Top 100 on the Billboard charts, and became one of the label's biggest-ever sellers. Following the release of the album, the band toured steadily in the U.S. and Europe with Parkway Drive and Bury Your Dead. Members Mitch Lucker (vocals), Chris Garza (guitar), Mark Heylmun (guitar), Mike Bodkins (bass, but later replaced by Dan Kenny), and Alex Lopez (drums) had more reason to celebrate in 2008, as the band was added to the Mayhem Metal Festival, which hit stages that summer. No Time to Bleed, released in 2009, found the band in the Top 40 of the album charts for the first time, accompanied by positive reviews. Third album The Black Crown switched from anti-religious topics to personal themes from lyricist Mitch Lucker, and it became the highest-charting album of their career. Lucker, however, died in November 2012 from injuries sustained in a motorcycle accident. A memorial tribute show later that year featured Suicide Silence backed by different vocalists for each song, and by the fall of 2013, the band had found their new lead vocalist, Hernan "Eddie" Hermida from All Shall Perish. The Lucker memorial show was released early in 2014 as Ending Is the Beginning: The Mitch Lucker Memorial Show 12.21.12. 2017 saw the release of the band's eponymous fifth studio long-player, which featured a shift in tone from their deathcore roots into a more melodic, nu-metal-driven direction. ~ Chris True
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Suicide Silence

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Albums by
Suicide Silence

Top Songs by
Suicide Silence

  1.   Song
  2.   No Time to Bleed
  3.   Silence
  4.   Unanswered
  5.   Doris
  6.   No Pity for a Coward
  7.   Wake Up
  8.   Slaves To Substance
  9.   Human Violence
  10.   You Only Live Once
  11.   Fuck Everything
  12.   Don't Die
  13.   Bludgeoned to Death
  14.   Disengage
  15.   M.A.L.
  16.   Witness The Addiction
  17.   The Fallen
  18.   You Can't Stop Me
  19.   Control
  20.   Inherit the Crown
  21.   Your Creations
  22.   Ending Is the Beginning
  23.   Engine No. 9
  24.   Wasted
  25.   Something Invisible
  26.   Destruction of a Statue
  27.   Blue Haze
  28.   We Have All Had Enough
  29.   Warrior
  30.   O.C.D.
  31.   March To The Black Crown (Interlude)
  32.   Cross-Eyed Catastrophe
  33.   Cancerous Skies
  34.   Lifted
  35.   Revelations (Intro)
  36.   Green Monster
  37.   Eyes Sewn Shut
  38.   The Disease
  39.   Girl of Glass
  40.   Last Breath
  41.   Monster Within by Greg Puciato
  42.   Sacred Words
  43.   Cease to Exist
  44.   The Only Thing That Sets Us Apart
  45.   Smashed
  46.   Suffer
  47.   Smoke
  48.   Genocide
  49.   ...and Then She Bled
  50.   In a Photograph
  51.   Distorted Through Addiction
  52.   Run
  53.   The Price of Beauty
  54.   Hands of a Killer

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