Suicide Silence Concert Films
Ending Is The Beginning: The Mitch Lucker Memorial Show
Runtime: 1 hr 25 minOn December 21, 2012, the metal community came together in an amazing way to celebrate the life of Mitch Lucker & raise money for his daughter's future education with an unforgettable evening of collaborative performances between past/present Suicide Silence members and elite heavy vocalists that created a defining emotional event forever captured on video and audio. Throughout the historic event, Suicide Silence band members played as these guests vocalists covered their songs. The band will be donating 100% of their artist royalties to Mitch’s daughter’s education, the Kenadee Lucker Education Fund.
Ending Is the Beginning: The Mitch Lucker Memorial Show
Runtime: 1 hr 25 minOn 12/21/12, the metal community came together to celebrate the life of Mitch Lucker & raise money for his daughter's future education with an evening of collaborative performances between past/present Suicide Silence members and elite vocalists.
Suicide Silence Top Tracks
Dead and Alive
The Devil Wears Prada
Runtime: 1 hr 13 minRecorded on December 14, 2011 at The Palladium in Worcester, MA this concert film has almost 2 hours worth of music, live footage from their show and behind the scenes action!
Fool 'Em All
The Black Dahlia Murder
Runtime: 2 hr 7 min"Fool 'Em All" is The Black Dahlia Murder's second full-length documentary and follows up their immensely popular "Majesty". Once again, director Robbie Tassaro captured the band on tour for another installment of absurdity and hilarity! "Fool 'Em All" follows the band on their 2013 World Tour with a full-length documentary and 14 song concert film, capturing the band in their native habitat on the 2013 US Vans Warped Tour and European Tour.
The Brotherhood of the Blade
Runtime: 2 hr 4 minWhitechapel's "The Brotherhood of the Blade" follows the band on tour and at home, and dives deep into the hearts and minds of the band. The video also features an entire live performance: a hometown gig filmed in Knoxville, TN at The International.