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Tag Archives: Eddie Hermida

Hatebreed’s Jamey Jasta has a podcast now

Posted by on August 14, 2014

While you know him as the frontman of Hatebreed (or perhaps the host of Headbanger’s Ball, if you’re of a certain age), Jamey Jasta has branched out into podcasting. The Jasta Show is up and running with its first three episodes (Suicide Silence’s Eddie Hermida, Scott Ian and Of Mice & Men’s Tino Arteaga) up online. Go here to hear them and subscribe where you normally subscribe to podcasts.

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Suicide Silence’s Eddie Hermida: “It’s like being the first round pick of the NFL draft”

Posted by on July 31, 2014

Hernan “Eddie” Hermida had big shoes to fill when assuming the vocal duties for Suicide Silence. One of deathcore’s most popular rising bands, they’d just signed with Nuclear Blast when singer Mitch Lucker died in a motorcycle accident. Hermida, who’d been in All Shall Perish, stepped into the vacant slot like he’d been in the […]

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Suicide Silence have a surprise for some of you

Posted by on July 18, 2014

If you haven’t picked up Suicide Silence’s Nuclear Blast debut You Can’t Stop Me yet, here’s a bit of incentive. There’s a hidden track, “Dogma: I Am God,” included on the album. It’s not hidden on that many albums, however, Only 1,000 standard and 1,000 deluxe edition copies of the album contain the song, which is […]

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New & Noteworthy, July 15th: Revival of Life

Posted by on July 15, 2014

We’re at the midpoint of July and the beginning of the summer festival season, and there are some high-quality metal albums coming out today. You can always mix some humor with your metal by picking up the new Weird Al album today, if you feel so inclined. Otherwise, here is your list of heavy albums […]

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Suicide Silence urge you not to die

Posted by on June 11, 2014

If there’s one band that might be able to get away with a song called “Don’t Die,” it’d be Suicide Silence. The band lost their singer Mitch Lucker in an unfortunate motorcycle accident in 2012, and have persevered on with Eddie Hermida in his place. “Cease to Exist” was a nice return, proving that Hermida is […]

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Suicide Silence post samples of who’e ‘You Can’t Stop me’ album

Posted by on June 5, 2014

Got six minutes to kill? Are you a Suicide Silence fan? Now you can listen to snippets from their entire forthcoming album, You Can’t Stop Me. The highly-anticipated album will be released on July15th on Nuclear Blast. It’s a new beginning for the band, who not only are releasing their first album on Nuclear Blast, but […]

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‘Revolver’ omits Korn from Mayhem Fest cover

Posted by on May 30, 2014

It’s been known that Korn will be playing this year’s Mayhem Fest since long before the lineup has been announced. And as one of the headliners, you’d think they’d be front and center when it comes to coverage for the seventh incarnation of the fest. Apparently, someone forgot to tell Revolver, however. Yesterday, the band’s frontman […]

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Suicide Silence release new song “Cease To Exist”

Posted by on May 5, 2014

Earlier today, Suicide Silence took to Sirius XM’s Liquid Metal to premiere a brand new song called “Cease To Exist.” The song comes off of You Can’t Stop Me, the group’s first with Eddie Hermida on vocals and first since the death of Mitch Lucker. And while the single will be available via iTunes on May 6, […]

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Suicide Silence finally reveal title, release date for new album

Posted by on April 23, 2014

It’s been teased for a while now, but we’re finally getting some actual details concerning Suicide Silence’s upcoming fourth album, their first with Eddie Hermida on vocals after the death of Mitch Lucker in 2012. The album will be titled You Can’t Stop Me and will be released July 15 in North America on Nuclear Blast. […]

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Guns N’ Roses to be joined by Duff McKagan at Golden Gods Awards; Suicide Silence added

Posted by on April 21, 2014

When Duff McKagan left Guns N’ Roses back in 1997, the band got a replacement bassist. Or rather a Replacement bassist, as Tommy Stinson had been playing for the band since. However, with the Replacements reforming to play some shows, including Coachella, Guns N’ Roses tapped their former bassist to play some shows in South […]

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