A teaser for "Cease To Exist", the new video from California deathcore masters SUICIDE SILENCE, can be seen below. The clip was filmed on June 8 at Le Grillen in Colmar, France and was edited by Brice Hinker.
"Cease To Exist" is taken from "You Can't Stop Me", SUICIDE SILENCE's first album to feature vocalist Hernan "Eddie" Hermida (formerly of ALL SHALL PERISH) and its first since the tragic loss of singer Mitch Lucker, which will be released on July 11 in Europe (except in the U.K., where it will arrive on July 14) and July 15 in North America via Nuclear Blast Entertainment.
"You Can't Stop Me" was produced and mixed by Steve Evetts (SEPULTURA, THE DILLINGER ESCAPE PLAN), who worked with the band not only on "The Black Crown", but also on some instrumental demos for the new CD just prior to Lucker's death in the fall of 2012.
Mitch Lucker died November 1, 2012 after sustaining injuries in a motorcycle crash in Huntington Beach that Halloween night.
SUICIDE SILENCE 2014 is:
Hernan "Eddie" Hermida - Vocals
Chris Garza - Guitar
Mark Heylmun - Guitar
Alex Lopez - Drums
Dan Kenny - Bass
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