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Band launches new pay to work scheme

A washed up, not even relevant at a throwback club night, band have today launched a radical new scheme exclusively for fans – you can pay to work for them. 261 more words


Suicide Silence’s Eddie Hermida Issues Apology Following Sexual Misconduct Accusation

It was previously reported that Eddie Hermida (Suicide Silence, All Shall Perish) had been accused of sexual misconduct by a woman in Belgium named Verena Celis. 276 more words


Woman Accuses Suicide Silence’s Eddie Hermida Of Sexual Misconduct

Reports of sexual misconduct are continuing to spread across the music world, and now Eddie Hermida (Suicide Silence, All Shall Perish) has been accused of such actions by a woman in Belgium named Verena Celis. 566 more words


Photos: Suicide Silence, Upon A Burning Body, A World Without @ Analog Theater

Photos by: Krystyn Bristol

Deathcore band Suicide Silence, who released their eponymous fifth album on February 24th, 2017 via Nuclear Blast, which was produced by Ross Robinson (Korn, At the Drive-In, Slipknot, Limp Bizkit), performs at the Analog Theater in Portland last night (Nov. 245 more words


Youtuber Jared Dines Joins Suicide Silence Onstage

During their November 9 show in Seattle, WA, Suicide Silence were joined onstage by YouTuber/musician Jared Dines for a performance of “No Pity For A Coward.” This news comes after Dines previously made a “tee hee” filled… 9 more words


Oblivion - The Path Towards... (Review)

This is the second album from Oblivion, a death metal band from the US.

It seems like forever since Oblivion’s debut album Called to Rise was unleashed on an unsuspecting world, but it was only actually in 2013 that we got our first proper taste of what this band were capable of. 184 more words


Music Review: Thy Art is Murder - This Hole is not Deep Enough for the Twelve of You/Infinite Death (Demo and EP review)

Brutality, controversy and the beginnings of a genre 

It’s the early 2000’s and for many years the metal world has been gradually growing into more genres than you can count! 1,289 more words

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