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Tag Archives: Suicide Silence

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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Six Feet Under’s Chris Barnes downplays payola accusation

Posted by on March 8, 2017

If you pay attention to metal charts and/or satellite radio, you’ll notice that you’re hearing a lot of Suicide Silence on SiriusXM’s Liquid Metal channel. That’s for a lot of reasons – first off, they’re one of the biggest bands in deathcore, even though they changed their sound pretty significantly for their latest album. DJ […]

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Metal By Numbers 3/8: Suicide’s sales are silenced

Posted by on March 8, 2017

Metal By Numbers is a weekly column in which we look at the top metal sellers and debuts of the week. We have twenty debuts listed here, making it the biggest week so far for metal in 2017. Spearheading it is Suicide Silence, and though they’re still the top metal debut of the week, you’ve […]

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Suicide Silence have the lowest debut of their career with self-titled album

Posted by on March 6, 2017

Suicide Silence knew that they were taking a big chance by jettisoning the deathcore sound that defined their first four albums. Their fifth one, which was released on February 24th, was produced by Ross Robinson and featured a ton of clean singing from Eddie Hermida for his second album with the band. It was a bold […]

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Suicide Silence unveils new “Dying in a Red Room” video

Posted by on February 24, 2017

While haters are going to hate, we continue to like the new Suicide Silence direction. To celebrate today’s release of the anticipated and talked about self-titled album via Nuclear Blast, the band premiered the new video for the song “Dying in a Red Room” via Billboard. Check out the video below and if you enjoy it […]

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New & Noteworthy: February 24th, 2017; no silence here

Posted by on February 24, 2017

New & Noteworthy is a weekly column in which we highlight some of the newest rock and metal releases coming out each week. This week features a lot of cool new releases, including Suicide Silence, Born of Osiris, Persefone and Ex Deo. If you want to check out last week’s releases or see the latest […]

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Suicide Silence play new songs live for the first time.

Posted by on February 21, 2017

This Friday, Suicide Silence will release their long-awaited self-titled album. Reaction to what’s been released so far has been mixed. And by mixed, we mean a lot of former fans are writing the band off due to Eddie Hermida’s clean singing on “Doris” and “Silence,” the first two songs that have been released. If YouTube is the […]

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Rock On The Range Daily Lineup Announced

Posted by on February 10, 2017

Rock On The Range announced the daily lineup today.

Check the official website for more information, and times as they become available.

www.rockontherange.com

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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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