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Suicide Silence begin writing new album

Suicide Silence America's premiere, genre-defying metal band, SUICIDE SILENCE, will soon strike fear into the hearts of today's impressionable youth as they take part in this summer's highly anticipated Warped Tour. The group are excited to be one of the tour's most extreme acts and to have the opportunity to annihilate thousands of new faces each day. They will join a very diverse, impressive list of artists ranging from Andrew W.K. and Sum 41 to Every Time I Die to The Dillinger Escape Plan, among many others. Be sure to either visit or to view their complete touring itinerary.

SUICIDE SILENCE will spend the next few weeks holed up together writing new material before embarking on a massive world tour this spring, which will see them hit territories such as Japan, East Asia and South America for the very first time.

Mitch Lucker (vocals) further states: "Everyone in the SUICIDE SILENCE camp are so stoked for this summer's Warped Tour. Summer festivals are the best since it's all about jammin' in the sunshine, BBQs and parties. It's going to be a madhouse on wheels, so get ready. This year's lineup is definitely one of the craziest and heaviest, so we are honored to be a part of it. SUICIDE SILENCE is always full of surprises, so come out and see what we get into this summer. I promise we won't let you down!"

There is little doubt in anyone's minds that SUICIDE SILENCE are the frontrunners of the scene as they became one of the most extreme bands to ever debut in the Billboard Top 200 charts at such a high number, entering at #32 with over 14,000 units sold.

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    January 21, 2010

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