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Imagine a high-speed bullet train in the throes of a 275 mph run as it suddenly makes a sharp turn without a single second to slow down. That's the sound of Suicide Silence.
Suicide Silence is an aggressive mainstay and fierce attraction at Vans Warped Tour, extreme metal festivals like Ozzfest Meets Knotfest and Rockstar Mayhem, and hard rock radio gatherings like Rock On The Range and Aftershock, bridging the gap between the subcultural adherents of the band's bludgeoning ferocity and the generation of youth desperate for a supportive community to help them overcome life's struggles.
On their fifth and arguably most important album, Chris Garza (guitar), Mark Heylmun (guitar), Dan Kenny (bass), Alex Lopez (drums) and Eddie Hermida (vocals) unapologetically attack the next chapter of their creative expression together with vigorous purpose, complacency-smashing courage, and fearless decisiveness. In this effort, Suicide Silence enlisted producer Ross Robinson, who similarly helped summon career-defining albums by Slipknot, Korn, At The Drive-In, Sepultura, Glassjaw, and From First To Last. Joe Barresi, best known for his work with Tool, Queens Of The Stone Age, Slipknot, Fu Manchu, Kyuss, and Bad Religion, expertly mixed Suicide Silence.
The result is a record that's simultaneously raw and intimate, brutal and powerful, from the ripper attack of album opener "Doris," with a jarring sound that puts the listener right inside the room with Robinson and the band, to the haunting melancholy of "Conformity" and the soul searching, epic adventure of "Silence" and "The Zero." The band's continued legacy cemented and secure with their previous four records,
Suicide Silence have endeavored to leave their mark on heavy metal with a diverse catalog demonstrative of the totality of who they are as people. Album five is their most victorious triumph by far, but it's by no means their only jaw-dropping accomplishment.
Produced by Steve Evetts (The Dillinger Escape Plan, Every Time I Die, Sepultura) and mixed by Zeuss (Rob Zombie, Queensrÿche, Hatebreed), 2011's The Black Crown was the full realization of everything Suicide Silence stood for and vehemently stood against
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|Music Genre Primary||Metal|
- 1. Doris
- 2. Silence
- 3. Listen
- 4. Dying In A Red Room
- 5. Hold Me Up, Hold Me Down
- 6. Run
- 7. The Zero
- 8. Conformity
- 9. Don't Be Careful You Might Hurt Yourself
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