SUICIDE SILENCE: 'Disengage' Video Released

"Disengage", the new video from California deathcore masters SUICIDE SILENCE, can be viewed below. The clip was filmed on February 19 in the Los Angeles area with acclaimed director Thomas Mignone (MUDVAYNE).

On June 29, SUICIDE SILENCE reissued its "No Time To Bleed" album as a special "body bag" edition featuring a bonus DVD containing never-before-seen live performance footage.

Bonus DVD includes:

Live From The Galaxy, Santa Ana, California

* Lifted
* Your Creations
* Unanswered

The Shockhound Sessions Live

* The Price of Beauty
* Wake Up
* No Pity For A Coward

Live from Fuel TV's "The Daily Habit"

* Wake Up
* Lifted

Plus all the band's promotional videos

"No Time To Bleed" sold 14,000 copies in the United States in its first week of release to debut at position No. 32 on The Billboard 200 chart. The effort was made available on June 30, 2009 in a number of different versions.

"No Time To Bleed" was recorded with acclaimed producer Machine (LAMB OF GOD).


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