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Nuclear Blast issued an official statement regarding Lucker’s death:
“It is with great sadness and regret this morning that we have to report that Mitch Lucker, vocalist of Suicide Silence, passed away a few hours ago due to injuries sustained during a motorcycle accident. Nuclear Blast would like to offer our condolences to his family, friends, band members and fans worldwide who are affected by this loss. He left us doing what he loved to do most. He was 28 years old and will be sorely missed.”
Fans are encouraged to share their memories, photos of Mitch and condolences on the band’s official Facebook page.
R.I.P. Mitch, you will be badly missed. I love your voice and your songs, forever!
Lights has released a new video for “Timing Is Everything.” The track is featured on their latest album, “Siberia”.
Check out the video and let us know what you think!
Refused have posted a status update bringing closure to their reunion run.
Check it out below.
Since their formation in 1995, H2O has released five full-length albums (and one tribute album) and toured every nook and cranny on planet Earth.
Their second album, “Thicker Than Water”, was originally released in 1997 on Epitaph Records and was highly acclaimed; resonating with classic elements of East Coast hardcore and West Coast melody.
Alkaline Trio have finished work on their new album, according to the tweet below.
It’s safe to say that it’s happening again. Renowned emo rockers Texas Is The Reason have posted a series of in-studio pictures on Facebook, with none other than J. Robbins at the helm.
Robbins also produced the band’s lone full-length, 1996′s “Do You Know Who You Are?”. Check out TITR’s full set from the REV 25 showcase in New York City.
Antidote announces first album in 21 years, pre-orders launched!
“To honor the 30th year of New York hardcore we have decided to take a trip back to the Old School”, said Robb Nunzio, guitarist and founding member of NY’s Antidote.
This full Trash Talk set was professionally shot in Mexico City and can be seen below.
Let us know what you think and feel free to leave us a comment!
Converge have posted on their facebook fanpage that they were involved in a bumper-bender in Oregon that they are thankful did not turn out worse.
Read their statement about the crash: “After ten hours of driving, we hit black ice in the Oregon mountains. We were forced to crash into a highway divider in order to keep from sliding under 18 wheelers. Though we were all alright, we were precariously stuck facing the wrong direction on the highway for a few hours. With a little ingenuity and the help of a highway worker with some tow chains, we managed to pry our bumper off our front wheels. A few hours later, we were back on the road. Never take anything for granted. Just got to Seattle, time for a positive show. Thanks people.”
The Gaslight Anthem recently performed a cover of Foo Fighters’ “Everlong.” The band’s latest album, “Handwritten”, is available now.
Fans can check out the cover here. Don’t forget to comment this video as well.