Suicide Silence 2015 tour known as the ‘Stronger Than Faith’ tour with Emmure, Within The Ruins, and Fit For An Autopsy. The tour kicked off Feb. 17 in Santa Cruz, California and ended on March 25th in Tucson, Arizona

February 15th, 2015 from the Ace of Spades

Suicide Silence

About Suicide Silence

Suicide Silence is an American deathcore band that blends elements of death metal and hardcore punk to create a unique and aggressive sound. Forming in 2002, the band has released six studio albums, including their debut album “The Cleansing,” in 2007. “The Cleansing” is the release that established them as one of the leading bands in the deathcore genre.

Suicide Silence is known for their heavy and intense live performances, featuring thundering drums, crushing guitars, and deep growling vocals. The band’s lyrics often explore dark and controversial themes such as death, violence, and mental illness, delivering powerful messages through their music.

Over the years, Suicide Silence has undergone several lineup changes most notably the death of their lead singer. Founding member and vocalist Mitch Lucker died in a motorcycle accident on November 1, 2012. It was announced by Orange County Coroners Office that he had suffered severe injuries incurred from the accident. After a year of inactivity, Hernan “Eddie” Hermida filled the void at vocalist for the band. Despite the tragedy, the band has maintained a loyal fanbase and continues to tour and release new music. Their most recent album, “Become the Hunter,” was released in 2020 and showcases the band’s evolving sound and musical maturity. Overall, Suicide Silence is a dynamic and influential force in the metal scene, pushing the boundaries of the genre and inspiring a new generation of heavy music fans.

About Emmure

Emmure is a US metalcore band founded in 2003, originally in Connecticut, but later moved to Queens, New York. They have released 8 albums, starting with a 2006 EP, “The Complete Guide to Needlework.” Victory Records has worked with the band since 2007, distributing their first four albums, and then again for albums five and six. However, in 2016, Emmure left Victory for SharpTone. Moreover, in 2019, Emmure recorded their 8th album and toured Europe with other bands. Frankie Palmeri, the band’s vocalist, is the only remaining original member and is known for his controversial personality. In 2020, the band released their eighth album “Hindsight” which received positive reviews. In 2021, drummer Josh Miller left the band.

Fit For An Autopsy

About Fit For An Autopsy

Jersey City, New Jersey’s Fit for an Autopsy formed in 2008 as an American deathcore band. The band includes guitarist Pat Sheridan, Will Putney, and Tim Howley, drummer Josean Orta, vocalist Joe Badolato, and bassist Peter “Blue” Spinazola. They have released six studio albums since their formation and are currently signed to Nuclear Blast. In 2008, the band released their first demo followed by their first EP, “Hell on Earth,” the next year. “The Process of Human Extermination” marked their debut studio album in 2011.

On September 22, 2021, the band announced their sixth studio album, “Oh What the Future Holds,” followed by the release of their first single, “Far from Heaven,” two days later. Loudwire elected the song as the 35th best metal song of 2021. The album dropped on January 14, 2022. Additionally, Fit for an Autopsy announced their invitation to join the Omens Tour with Lamb of God and Killswitch Engage on June 6, 2022.


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