Last week, the heavy metal community was shocked by the news that Suicide Silence singer Mitch Lucker had died in a horrific motorcycle accident on the night of Oct. 31.

Lucker, 28, was at the prime of his life, with Suicide Silence working on their fourth studio album, and first for the folks at Nuclear Blast. The singer left behind a wife, Jolie Carmadella-Lucker, and a five-year-old daughter named Kenadee.

Suicide Silence has always been one of Noisecreep's most popular acts, and on Aug. 8, we chatted with Lucker at the Anaheim, Calif. stop of the All-Star Tour. Scheduling issues prevented us from running the interview, but we've decided to present it to you today, in its full, unedited version.

Watch Noisecreep's Final Interview with Mitch Lucker

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