SUICIDE SILENCE: Interview, Performance Footage From Sayreville Posted Online

Todd Cardini of conducted an interview with Mitch Lucker (vocals) and Mark Heylmun (guitar) of the Riverside, California-based quintet SUICIDE SILENCE on June 28, 2008 at the Starland Ballroom in Sayreville, New Jersey. Also available is footage of the band's performance at the venue.

SUICIDE SILENCE's "The Cleansing" album received a European release on February 18 (except in the UK, where it arrived on March 31). It comes with the exclusive European bonus track "A Dead Current" as well as a CD enhancement consisting of six live clips from U.S. and UK.

SUICIDE SILENCE recently completed a video for the track "Bludgeoned To Death" with acclaimed director David Brodsky (GWAR, THE RED CHORD).


"No Pity for a Coward":


"The Price of Beauty":


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