SUICIDE SILENCE: Previously Unreleased Video Interview Posted Online

A previously unreleased interview with California deathcore masters SUICIDE SILENCE conducted in June 2012 by can be seen below.

In this interview, the members of SUICIDE SILENCE speak about:

* The type of students they were at school (0:34)
* Jobs they had as teenagers growing up (1:07)
* What they spent their 1st big paycheck on (2:39)
* The key to success (3:43)
* Whether or not they enjoy reading books (4:41)
* What they would call their book, if they were to write one (4:58)
* What they think they were in previous lives (6:20)
* Their last meals of choice (8:28)
* Their biggest fears (10:31)
* What they have in their pockets (12:42)
* A memorable tour story (13:19)
* Artists they would like to collaborate with (15:11)
* Their upcoming projects (17:59)

SUICIDE SILENCE frontman Mitch Lucker died November 1, 2012 after sustaining injuries in a motorcycle crash in Huntington Beach on Halloween night.

A funeral service for Mitch Lucker was held on November 8, 2012. The ceremony was attended by family and friends, including SUICIDE SILENCE bassist Dan Kenny, who tweeted afterwards, "Had to bury my brother today, he looked peaceful when I saw him. It was very hard but it was needed! To the fans just know Mitch loved yall"

SUICIDE SILENCE has launched a memorial fund to provide assistance to Lucker's family. Those who donate $20 or more will receive a commemorative t-shirt.

According to the Los Angeles Times, Lucker struck a light pole near the intersection of Main and 13th streets and was thrown from his 2013 Harley Davidson. The motorcycle continued sliding south on Main Street and struck a northbound 2007 Nissan Titan pickup.

Lucker, who was treated at the scene by paramedics, died shortly after 6 a.m. at UC Irvine Medical Center.


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