Suicide Silence have shared their first new song with vocalist Hernan "Eddie" Hermida (ex-All Shall Perish). This is also the first one revealed off their new album You Can't Stop Me. It is called "Cease To Exist" and it is available on the lyric video below. Check it out here and tell us if you like it.
The album is available for pre-order here and shall be released by Nuclear Blast Entertainment on July 11th (Europe), July 14th (UK) and July 15th, 2014 (North America).
Standard jewelcase tracklist:
02. Inherit The Crown
03. Cease To Exist
04. Sacred Words
05. Control (feat. George "Corpsegrinder" Fisher)
07. You Can't Stop Me
08. Monster Within (feat. Greg Puciato)
09. We Have All Had Enough
10. Ending Is The Beginning
11. Don't Die
What a stupid video. Why does it have to be a helpless girl that is the target? There are a million other people that deserve revenge other than your ex-gf that dumped your loser ass. Fucking pathetic and weak lyrics as well... good thing they spelled them out so we could see how banal they are. Also, if you tell me the girl is a metaphor for something else, please just fuck off. The music is OK as is the vox delivery but if you want immature fucks as your audience then I'm not interested. Seriously, I like a lot of what All Shall Perish did with Eddie on vox so I was looking forward to this. What a huge disappointment.
I don't think I could sit through an album full of those vocals though. They grate after a while. I notice this band is pretty much hated on MS - any reasons why? Is Deathcore not liked here?
Don't know why this band is somehow hated but regarding the voice, it comes from their new singer, formely from All Shall Perish and really I wish he stopped wasting his time and went back to ASP ! Growls are not enough, the music and riffs here are extremely boring
Written by deadone on 26.06.2014 at 01:44 As stated I didn't think the song was bad. In fact no worse or no better than a lot of stuff being churned by various Death and Thrash acts.
If you think this is good (or at least, not bad) then you'll probably find most of the what genre offers to be something of interest. There are more technically proficient and compositionally diverse deathcore bands in existence that put the likes of Suicide Silence to shame, although it might be the lack of ingenuity that you find enjoyable about this particular song.