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Suicide Silence singer Eddie Hermida’s vocals replaced by Michael Barr (ex-Volumes) in ‘Devil May Cry 5’ video game

Posted by on December 7, 2018

Earlier this year, Capcom decided to pull a brand new music video made for Devil May Cry 5 in less than 24-hours after premiering on The Tokyo Game Show this past September. The song “Subhuman” has struck quite the controversy as well as backlash as the Dante battle theme song of the game that was […]

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Suicide Silence frontman Eddie Hermida apologizes to woman in wake of accusation

Posted by on November 17, 2017

In the wake of Harvey Weinstein’s downfall and the #metoo movement, a lot of inappropriate action by men in power has come to light. Kevin Spacey, Roy Moore, Louis CK, the singer of Brand New, and as of yesterday, senator Al Franken have all been accused of sexual misconduct at the very least, and as […]

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Woman accuses Suicide Silence’s Eddie Hermida of being “toxic and emotionally abusive”

Posted by on November 16, 2017

Following the Harvey Weinstein allegations, victims of sexual misconduct, assault, and harassment have found the courage to speak up about their disturbing experience. Jessicka Addams (Jack off Jill) was one of the first to publicly open up about her sexually abusive relationship with the now former Marilyn Manson bassist, Twiggy Ramirez. Since then, there’s been […]

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Suicide Silence’s Eddie Hermida responds to fan backlash, gives advice to Thy Art Is Murder

Posted by on March 15, 2017

It’s been less than one month since Suicide Silence released their self-titled album to the lowest sales in the history of their career. Just the other day we heard Eddie Hermida’s response to these slow album sales and never-ending backlash. Aside from what we think about Linkin Park’s new “Heavy” tune winning the disappointment award, fans seem […]

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Suicide Silence’s Eddie Hermida opens up about slow album sales

Posted by on March 13, 2017

It’s not like the writing wasn’t on the wall that Suicide Silence might have a first slow week with their self-titled album. The band’s shift in direction from deathcore to a more nu-metal sound wasn’t well-received by fans, and they had their lowest week of sales of their career. That being said, singer Eddie Hermida […]

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Thy Art is Murder release subtle statement on Suicide Silence slight

Posted by on February 8, 2017

  Having been the subject of quite a bit of internet hatred over the last month or so, Suicide Silence vocalist Eddie Hermida recently defended the band’s switch toward clean vocals at clrvynt. Hermida explained about their musical shift: “I think every band that isn’t a new deathcore band, pretty much all the originators branched out […]

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No Yahoo, Will Smith didn’t join Suicide Silence [UPDATED]

Posted by on August 16, 2016

Hey, remember when Will Smith’s wife, Jada Pinkett Smith had a metal band? Wicked Wisdom, was, well, not really all that good, but that didn’t stop them from winding up on Ozzfest in 2005, where her husband sometimes joined them on tour. In fact, he even wound up going onstage with Bury Your Dead once […]

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Korn’s Jonathan Davis did not enjoy playing the band’s debut record live

Posted by on November 10, 2015

Last month, people in their early 30’s and up who enjoyed the boom of nu-metal in the early 2000’s, got the treat of their life when Korn toured across the US to celebrate the 20th anniversary (well, 21st, kinda) of their debut self-titled album by playing it in its entirety. Hell, even we went to […]

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All Shall Perish reunites with classic lineup

Posted by on October 22, 2015

All Shall Perish has been inactive since singer Eddie Hermida joined Suicide Silence over two years ago (who’ve since released last year’s You Can’t Stop Me and done loads of touring). Earlier this week, though, a mysterious photo (seen above) teased of the deathcore band’s return. Well now it is official: All Shall Perish is reforming its […]

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Suicide Silence releasing digital “Sacred Words” EP

Posted by on October 6, 2015

After last year’s triumphant return with last year’s You Can’t Stop Me, Suicide Silence will be releasing an EP later this month. Sacred Words will contain four versions of the song, a highlight of last year’s album, as well as some live songs recorded at the RockPart Festival in Hungary back in August. It’ll be […]

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