Suicide Silence [2017] [CD]

  • Artist: Suicide Silence
  • SKU: 5712273
  • Release Date: 02/24/2017
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82% of customers would recommend this product to a friend (36 out of 44)

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  • Rating: 1 out of 5 stars

    buy something else

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    apeman
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    Nine tracks in forty-five minutes with no breaks in-between songs, Suicide Silence is a weird art-metal album, more comparable to Metallica’s infamous failed experiments, St. Anger and Lulu, than it is to records where the bands were too-self-consciously attempting to leap to “the next level,” like Shadows Fall’s Threads of Life or Atreyu’s Lead Sails and a Paper Anchor. Suicide Silence was recorded to analog tape, live in the studio, with no click tracks or samples, and so the whole thing feels (deliberately) crude and chaotic. The primary influences are various 90s alt, nu, and death metal artists — Korn, Cannibal Corpse, Deftones, and Mike Patton being the most obvious — but on tracks like “Listen” and “Run,” they all get blended together in sometimes bizarre and always interesting ways. Suicide Silence have never sounded this genuinely deranged.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Suicide Silence

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    metalhead
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    Metal fans are very fickle: make drastic changes (or change anything for that matter), that they'll cry foul. This is certainly the case with Suicide Silence's self-titled album. Come on, you should have seen it coming. The last album paid tribute to late frontman Mitch Lucker, and while it retained their core sound, it started to lean a little in nu-metal territory as did The Black Crown. Hello! Mitch Lucker was a nu-metal fan. I can't say for sure that he would have wanted to do a nu-metal album with the band, but I'm sure he would have experimented with it. Anyway, once you get past the Slipknot meets Korn meets Deftones vibe, you might find that this is an honest record from Suicide Silence, and while I don't recommend it to just anybody, I say give it a chance.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Nice mature effort

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    Sharpie
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    I know a lot of people hate this album but I for one enjoy it.it’s definitely totally different from their previous albums and that’s not necessarily a bad thing.problem is when You take a deathcore band and you incorporate clean vocals then People call You a sellout,I hate that term.people change and musicians get tired of the same formula on every album.this album has some very similar vocals akin to deftones but still retains the bands heavy guitars and double bass drums that they’re famous for.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

    Suicide Silence falls flat.

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    RussellM
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    People say real fans grow with the band as their sound changes. I love Suicide Silence and especially loved the first few albums with Mitch(may he rest in peace), and Eddie as a replacement is quite good with the You Can't Stop Me Album. I don't hate this album, but I don't love it. The sounds are pretty bland, and it doesn't have much variety. I got it on sale for $8, which is okay, but it's not a must buy.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Very different

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    Zombie835
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    I'm not a die hard suicide silence fan, I'm not a huge deathcore fan there's only a handful of bands that I enjoy and suicide silence was never one of them. With that being said I heard about how they change their sound with clean vocals in this album so I gave it a try and I really enjoyed it a lot. It might not be for the diehard suicide silence fan but it's worth a listen

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 1 out of 5 stars

    TERRIBLE!!!!!

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    toonman
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    Don't get me wrong, I have been a huge suicide silence fan since day one! This cd is just pure garbage. Eddy vocally screwed this album! Honestly if they were going this direction they should of changed the bands name. Mitch worked to hard to get the band to the status they achieved. Now Eddy comes in and totally destroys the bands sound that they are known for.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Not what you are expecting.

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    LS2goat
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    If you are expecting the signature Suicide Silence sound, you are in for a huge surprise. A lot of parts remind me of early Deftones, other parts Slipknot and Korn. If you are a metal elitist and want their traditional sound, you will hate it. But if you have an open mind and also enjoy the other bands I mentioned, you just might enjoy the new sound.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Polarizing

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    Meee
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    Although many older fans aren't pleased with their choice, a large number of older fans know that this is where the band was drifting towards after watching the growth between The Cleansing & The Black Crown. The last album was proving that they could continue with the new vocalist, while this one picks up on where they would have been by now.

    I would recommend this to a friend



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