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Suicide Silence to release new digital EP

Tuesday, October 6, 2015 9:05 AM PT


Suicide Silence Sacred Words EP cover artwork

Official press release:

California based extreme metal titans Suicide Silence, will release a digital only EP entitled Sacred Words on October 23, via Nuclear Blast Entertainment. The EP features the single "Sacred Words" as well as various unreleased tracks, including three live tracks taken from the band's RockPart Festival performance on August 9, 2015 in Hungary,

"We are dropping a digital EP with some sick live tracks and much more," commented guitarist Mark Heylum. "Get your fill of Suicide Silence with this release of Sacred Words dropping October 23! I said goddamn!"

Sacred Words digital EP track list:

1. Sacred Words
2. Inherit The Crown (live)
3. Cease To Exist (live)
4. Sacred Words (live)
5. Sacred Words (We Are Strong Remix)
6. Sacred Words (instrumental)


10 comments


anonymous
10/6/2015 9:27:19 AM
some sick live tracks some sick live tracks some sick live tracks some sick live tracks some sick live tracks some sick live tracks some sick live tracks some sick live tracks some sick live tracks some sick live tracks some sick live tracks some sick live tracks some sick live tracks

anonymous
10/6/2015 9:34:12 AM
right how lame? Live tracks....

anonymous
10/6/2015 9:56:27 AM
Needs more versions of that same song over and over.

anonymous
10/6/2015 10:22:03 AM
their new vocalist should have stayed in all shall perish

anonymous
10/6/2015 10:49:39 AM
I wish Mitch Lucker was on a motorcycle with a sidecar big enough to fit the rest of the band when he drove drunk and hit that pole and gave the world a break from this bullshit.

anonymous
10/6/2015 2:13:48 PM
^ While harsh, that comment definitely made me LOL. *Hey, Hey, Hey, Smoke Pole Everyday"

anonymous
10/6/2015 4:53:34 PM
so it's a single. k.

anonymous
10/6/2015 11:43:26 PM
the three worst things i can imagine. a live suicide silence track with the guy who can't hit his vocals live, a dubstep suicide silence remix, and a suicide silence instrumental so i can just focus on the repetitive guitars and breakdowns. thank you for this.

anonymous
10/7/2015 5:39:21 AM
1 song and some live tracks + remixes = BRAND NEW EP DUDES!!!!!

does anyone still fall for this kind of shit? fvck outta here.

anonymous
10/8/2015 12:12:29 PM
There has not been a good live album since Patera's Live 101 Proof