Suicide Silence Offer Full Stream of New Album ‘You Can’t Stop Me’
Suicide Silence have just unleashed a full stream of their fourth studio album, 'You Can't Stop Me,' which arrives on July 15. Listen to the entire disc above.
On Nov. 1, 2012, the future of Suicide Silence was called into question after singer Mitch Lucker passed away from injuries sustained in a motorcycle accident. The band kept quiet for almost a year, but eventually announced plans to continue onward with former All Shall Perish vocalist Eddie Hermida. The result of Hermida's recruitment is the album 'You Can't Stop Me,' which clocks in at just under 40 minutes.
"The title of the album comes from lyrics that Mitch [Lucker] left behind," Hermida told us during a recent interview. "We were looking at the lyrics and were curious what to do with them, but we knew right away that that was going to be the title of the record. We actually had the title of the record before we started writing any of the music. But it was super fitting how the lyrics came together, what it means, and what the album really means."
Hermida adds, "You know Mitch passing away was something brutal. It’s something you never want to go through, but you’ve got to push through. There’s five members to a band, and when a brother falls, you’ve got to pick up the family and keep it moving forward. I’m lucky to be here and I’m very proud to be here."
Listen to Suicide Silence's 'You Can't Stop Me' album in the player above! The album will be officially released on July 15 and is available for pre-order here.