SUICIDE SILENCE: Behind-The-Scenes Look At Making Of 'Bludgeoned To Death' Video

Metal Injection has posted an exclusive behind-the-scenes look at the making of SUICIDE SILENCE's new video, "Bludgeoned to Death". During the segment, the band also discusses a wide variety of topics, including the group's popularity on MySpace, debuting on the Billboard chart, dealing with poor reviews in magazines and drinking with UNEARTH and DARKEST HOUR.

Watch the footage below.

The "Bludgeoned To Death" video was shot with acclaimed director David Brodsky (GWAR, THE RED CHORD).

SUICIDE SILENCE vocalist Mitch Lucker previously stated about the clip: "After MTV banned the first video, we've decided to give it another go without really sacrificing any creativity or intensity. Hopefully, we'll get lucky and people will actually air this one somewhere."

Making of "Bludgeoned to Death":

"Bludgeoned to Death" video:


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