California deathcore masters SUICIDE SILENCE will release their new album, "No Time To Bleed", on June 30 via Century Media Records. The CD was recorded with acclaimed producer Machine (LAMB OF GOD).Another in a series of video clips documenting the recording process for the new album can be viewed below. The band is currently headlining the second stage on the Music As A Weapon IV tour, performing alongside such acclaimed acts as DISTURBED and KILLSWITCH ENGAGE. Commented vocalist Mitch Lucker: "There is absolutely no doubt that this is our strongest effort to date. We've all grown quite a bit as musicians over the last few years. The last record was tracked in a live setting over a period of two weeks and this time around we've carefully crafted a record on an even larger scale with Machine's services at the helm. This is a huge step in the right direction for us." Video footage of SUICIDE SILENCE performing a brand new song, "Wake Up", on March 27, 2009 at the Marquee Theatre in Phoenix, Arizona can be viewed below.
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