Californian based metal band Suicide Silence have announced that they will be entering the studio shortly with producer Steve Evetts to record their new album – to be released in mid 2011 through Century Media Records.
Official press release can be read below:
"Suicide Silence has dominated the metal world since arriving on the scene back in 2005. Almost immediately, the Riverside natives caught fire and have been a five-piece force of destruction, bludgeoning fans across the world with the strength of their two full-length records. It’s now 2011 and the band is gearing up for its biggest campaign yet. Suicide Silence will soon be entering the studio with heavyweight producer Steve Evetts (Dillinger Escape Plan, Every Time I Die, Hatebreed) to create their most substantial piece of work to date. This summer, the yet-to-be-titled record aims to redefine heavy and further the band’s dominating force within the extreme metal community.
Following a long list of achievements, including a Revolver Golden God Award for ‘Best New Talent’, the band catapulted to the top of the metal world to become one of the most influential and respected young bands around. Suicide Silence has spread their infectious brand of metal across the globe, taking part in tours such as Vans Warped Tour, the Rockstar Energy Mayhem Festival, Music as a Weapon IV and even the massive Download Festival in the UK. This year will see some of their best touring yet, already confirmed for California Metal Fest and other major fests, the band is set to announce big summer touring plans that coincide with the release of their new effort.
Suicide Silence has already landed the cover of Revolver, been named one of the ‘100 Bands You Need To Know’ by Alternative Press and shifted nearly 200,000 records in a time where critics claim the music industry is dead. Now, with their third full-length offering, the band looks to reach new heights while still pushing the boundaries of extreme further, concocting a deadly combination of brutality and precision that is sure to have fans everywhere on the edge of their seats."