Suicide Silence Reveals Album Sampler for ‘You Can’t Stop Me’
One of this year's most anticipated albums is Suicide Silence's 'You Can't Stop Me.' Following the death of vocalist Mitch Lucker, this new record is the first to feature former All Shall Perish frontman Eddie Hermida. To pump fans up for the release, Suicide Silence have unleashed a full album sampler showcasing bits and pieces of the 'You Can't Stop Me' album.
The metal world was shocked on Nov. 1, 2012, the day Mitch Lucker passed away to due injuries sustained in a motorcycle accident on Halloween night. Suicide Silence remained relatively quiet for about a year before announcing solid plans to continue, which included the recruitment of Eddie Hermida.
Suicide Silence revealed the new track 'Cease to Exist' on May 6, which has received a positive reaction from fans, though they continue to miss Mitch Lucker's voice.
As for the 'You Can't Stop Me' album sampler, the new video posted by Nuclear Blast shares six full minutes of the new album. Along with Hermida's vocal contributions, the sampler also previews the deep gutturals of Cannibal Corpse's George 'Corpsegrinder' Fisher on 'Control.'
Check out Suicide Silence's 'You Can't Stop Me' album sampler above! The album is currently set for a July 15 release.