Recently, SUICIDE SILENCE headlined the "All Stars Tour" at New York City's Irving Plaza in front of a sold out audience. The Calfornian Metallers proved yet again why they are one of the torch bearers within the Extreme Metal world. It is always evident that the explosiveness they demonstrate every time they get on stage is that keeps this young band rising upon the bands that try to "borrow" their signature sound. It is very hard to find a band with as much energy as SUICIDE SILENCE and lets not forget the intensity behind their vulgar display of music.
Prior to the bands performance in front of 1000+ fans, we had the chance to chat with SUICIDE SILENCE's frontman Mitch Lucker. During the conversation, which you can watch below, we discussed the "All Stars Tour", the bands recipe for success and their upcoming NEW album! Without further due, crank the volume and keep supporting Metal!
As previously reported, SUICIDE SILENCE has announced that they will be part of the "Monster Energy Drink OUTBREAK tour" along with ASKING ALEXANDRIA, AS I LAY DYING, MEMPHIS MAY FIRE and ATTILA. Right after the band made the announcement, their fans started bashing the bands decision to be part of this "main stream" tour. Here is what the band members had to say about this:
"Since we've already received some "hating" in relation to the rumors of this tour, let's just clarify something right quick. There are a million different factors that go into why bands choose to participate in certain tours. Quite frankly, there's no band we're afraid to tour with and we look forward to partying with each of these bands as well as all of our fans in every town we hit this Fall. If you're a true fan and happen to not like one of our tour packages, then just come out the next time we're in town. There's no sense in wasting your time on the internet complaining about our tour choices...
"Now without further do, BRING ON THE OUTBREAK!!"
In case you missed this: Mitch Lucker shattered his elbow so bad that his "not so funny bone" penetrated his skin. Mitch is known for his commitment to Heavy Music, and proved by performing the bands full set in Odessa, Texas with a shattered elbow.
Following this incident, Lucker was hospitalized this weekend after reportedly developing an infection related to his recently broken elbow. The singer is expected to fully recover.
SUICIDE SILENCE is currently seeking a NEW label home while continuing to write material for its next album, tentatively due in early 2013.
Stay tuned for more SUICIDE SILENCE news!
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