Suicide Silence have been keeping a relatively low profile as they finish up the follow up to their 2014 album, You Can't Stop Me. Well, the album is done and they are almost ready to unleash it to the masses.
In an interview with Jose Mangin on SiriusXM this weekend, the band officially revealed that their fifth studio album will be called "Suicide Silence." They hope the self-titled affair would allow fans to offer their own name for the album in the same vein as The Black Album. The album was produced by Ross Robinson.
The band were also shooting video footage all weekend at Ozzfest Meets Knotfest, including crashing campers parties and doing security, and they implied the footage will be used for a music video for a new track. The band also performed a new track at the event, but video has yet to surface of that.
I'm sure the band will be playing new material on their upcoming tour with Whitechapel, Carnifex, Despised Icon, and Oceano which kicks off tomorrow in Portland. Get dates here. You can hear Suicide Silence's interview with Jose where they reveal all the info below…