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Suicide Silence Posts "Silence" Track

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Suicide Silence triumphantly returns with a self-titled new full-length album set for a February 24th release via Nuclear Blast Entertainment. The offering was produced by Ross Robinson (Korn, Slipknot) and mixed by Joe Barresi (Tool, Queens Of The Stone Age).

Today new track “Silence” can also be streamed below. All photos in this clip were shot by Randy Blythe (Lamb of God vocalist) and Blythe’s photography is also featured in-depth across the band’s new album layout.

Eddie Hermida (vocals) states: “The new track, ‘Silence,' is about asking yourself what reality is. It is about being in your own thoughts and allowing that hell to be a part of you. To realize that when we are quiet and in our own darkness, we can truly be grateful to be alive. The song challenges people to be within themselves. To see that hell on earth has no fury compared to our own mind, so why not accept that and love everything on the outside. It is there to serve a purpose. To free you from yourself. Be silent today and just listen!”

Be sure to catch these upcoming Suicide Silence 2017 tour dates:

2/19 - San Antonio, TX - Paper Tiger
2/21 - Dallas, TXS - Trees
2/22 - Albuquerque, NM - The Launchpad
2/23 - Phoenix, AZ - Joe's Grotto
2/24 - Santa Ana, CA - Observatory
2/25 San Diego, CA - Soma
2/26 - Camarillo, CA - Rock City Studios
2/28 - Bakersfield, CA - B Ryders
3/1 - San Francisco, CA - DNA Lounge
3/2 - Reno, NV - Jub Jub's
3/3 - Fresno, CA - Strummer's
3/4 - Santa Cruz, CA - The Atrium @ The Catalyst Club

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