Suicide Silence's Eddie Hermida Talks Forthcoming Album

Suicide Silence

(Metal Hammer) Suicide Silence's Eddie Hermida says their forthcoming self-titled album is a "statement." It's their second release with the frontman following the death of Mitch Lucker in 2012. Hermida debuted on 2014's You Can't Stop Me - and he says this record has cemented his status as a fully-fledged member of the group.

He tells Rockwell Unscene: "We're extremely excited. The band is taking a freight train that has been moving at 200 miles an hour and turning the wheel completely left. And we're hoping to see the aftermath.

"The jacket is on, it's on. I can't wait to bring this out. This is a real statement of who I am, who the band is, and where we come from." Hermida says working with producer Ross Robinson, who has overseen records by Korn, Slipnot and Sepultura, has brought out a "fearlessness" in the band which wasn't there before.

He adds: "There's also a comfort in obscurity that we didn't have before. It's one of those deals where it's, like, everything that could potentially go wrong is what I want. And I can't wait for all the beautiful comments that are gonna be coming, all the beautiful words that people have to say." Watch the full interview here.

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