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Suicide Silence’s Mitch Lucker: Noisecreep’s Final Video Interview (EXCLUSIVE)
Suicide Silence’s Mitch Lucker: Noisecreep’s Final Video Interview (EXCLUSIVE)
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...
Suicide Silence Mitch Lucker Death: Fans Organize Vigil Near Accident Scene (PHOTOS, VIDEO)
Suicide Silence Mitch Lucker Death: Fans Organize Vigil Near Accident Scene (PHOTOS, VIDEO)
The heavy metal world is still in shock from yesterday's news that Suicide Silence singer Mitch Lucker had died on Halloween night after a motorcycle crash at the age of 28. The vocalist was riding his new Harley Davidson when he slammed into a light pole after losing control of the bike...
Suicide Silence Singer Hospitalized, Phil Anselmo Issues Hurricane Isaac Update + More News
Suicide Silence Singer Hospitalized, Phil Anselmo Issues Hurricane Isaac Update + More News
Suicide Silence singer Mitch Lucker broke his elbow and shared some pretty graphic photos (and details) of his appendage via Twitter. But the busted bone was not the extent of his injury. Apparently, the heavily tattooed vocalist developed an infection, passed out and had to be taken to the hospital via ambulance, where he received a medicine cocktail and IVs...
Suicide Silence, ‘Slaves to Substance’ Video: Deathcore Gods Get Zombified
Suicide Silence, ‘Slaves to Substance’ Video: Deathcore Gods Get Zombified
Suicide Silence just released their new music video for "Slaves to Substance" this week. The track comes off the California band's third studio album, 2011's The Black Crown. The album was produced by Steve Evetts who is also known for his work with bands like Dillinger Escape Plan, Sepultura and Warbringer...

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