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Tag Archives: Ricky Hoover

Surprising few, Suffokate part with vocalist

Posted by on April 18, 2014

The last time we’d heard from Suffokate, the band had a few words for their vocalist, Matthew Krawchuk. Those words were “fuck you,” because the singer apparently bailed because he was “deported to Canada.” This happened just a few weeks after the band posted that he disappeared after a show and they couldn’t find him. […]

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Mitch Lucker memorial show coming to CD/home video

Posted by on December 16, 2013

It’s been just over a year since Suicide Silence vocalist Mitch Lucker perished in an motorcycle accident. Late last year, on December 21, the band and their musical peers got together to perform a memorial concert for the band’s fans and friends to raise funds for Lucker’s daughter, Kenadee. In addition to getting a chance […]

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Ricky Hoover Is Not The New Suicide Silence Vocalist

Posted by on May 1, 2013

Over the past several days, rumors that former Suffokate vocalist Ricky Hoover was joining Suicide Silence had reached a fever pitch. According to this message board, a member of Evergreen Terrace sparked the rumor of the possibility while speaking at a show this past weekend. Before long, “Ricky Hoover Suicide Silence” was one of the […]

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Video: Randy Blythe, Max Cavalera, Robb Flynn And More Perform With Suicide Silence At Mitch Lucker Memorial Show

Posted by on December 22, 2012

Last night, the surviving members of Suicide Silence took to the Fox Theater’s stage in Pomona, CA to pay tribute to their fallen singer Mitch Lucker and to raise funds for his daughter Kenadee. And as promised, the group had some well-known friends fill-in on vocals. While singers like Chad Gray of Hellyeah/Mudvayne, Tim Lambesis […]

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More Singers Confirmed For Mitch Lucker Tribute Show

Posted by on December 17, 2012

Phil Bozeman (Whitechapel), Cameron “Big Chocolate” Argon, Austin Carlile (Of Mice & Men) and Ricky Hoover (Ex-Suffokate) have been confirmed to appear at the memorial show for Suicide Silence singer Mitch Lucker.

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