Vomit Forth vocalist Kane Gelaznik talks about death metal tourists, gateway bands, and their new album ‘Seething Malevolence’ (Century Media Records).
Downtempo Netherlands deathcore crew Distant have just dropped a haunting new video for ‘Cursed’. Check it out here.
Californian three-piece Necrot are back with “Mortal” their second full-length slice of old-school grot. Check out our thoughts on it here.
Johnny Crowder, vocalist for the alternative metal act Prison, chats with us about his “unsigned and unstoppable” band, their upcoming new music, and blossoming mental wellness app, Cope Notes.
Attila’s “Rage Fest” rumbled the walls of the Theatre of Living Arts on August 2nd. The killer evening also showcased Dreams of Demise, Cross Your Fingers, Spite, Rings of Saturn, Volumes and Suicide Silence.
After an awesome first day, day two of Download saw the weather hold out as thousands of rock fans enjoyed another great day of music including AFI, Simple Plan, Rob Zombie, Max and Igor Cavalera and more. Read our review and check out the photos inside…
Ahead of the release of their controversial new self-titled album, Eddie Hermida from US deathcore titans Suicide Silence spoke about the album, the reaction and the recent spat with Thy Art Is Murder…
The band have made no bones about the shift in style on Suicide Silence and, as I’ve said, you can see why their fans are split over the move.
Metal band Suicide Silence have just unveiled a brand new single, “Silence,” off their forthcoming self-titled, full-length release, due February 24th via Nuclear Blast Entertainment.
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Now, as for that brand new song which you are about to listen to? It’s called “Erase It All” and it features a guest spot from Suicide Silence singer Eddie Hermida. Listen to it here!
Here is a selection of photos from Suicide Silence’s headline show in Southampton where the band were introducing new vocalist Eddie Hermida to the UK fans.
Suicide Silence’s Eddie Hermida knew he had to bring a lot to the table when taking over as the band’s vocalist after Mitch Lucker’s unexpected death. There’s an old saying that a group simply can’t survive the death of its vocalist, cue You Can’t Stop Us, Suicide Silence’s first release since the Mitch’s passing. Found in one of Mitch’s iPads, the repetition of the lyrics “you can’t stop us,” quickly became the only option for an album title, “the whole record is supposed to make people feel like ‘hey, I’m going to get up, I’m going to make today my bitch.'”