Suicide Silence (EP)

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Suicide Silence
EP by Suicide Silence
Released September 30, 2005
Genre Deathcore
Length 16:14
Label Third Degree, In at the Deep End, SOS
Suicide Silence chronology
Suicide Silence EP
(2005)
The Cleansing
(2007)

Suicide Silence is the first EP released by American deathcore band Suicide Silence. Its original release was on September 30, 2005 through Riverside local label Third Degree Records.

Background[edit]

The EP was recorded during the summer of 2005 and was released originally on September 30, 2005 through Third Degree Records and was recorded as the band's first ever studio-quality release for listening audiences and was released one year before the band's third demo was recorded, which in turn led to their signing to Century Media.[1] After the release of their 2006 demo, the Suicide Silence EP was re-released through British label, In at the Deep End Records on September 30, 2006 (exactly one year since its original pressing). The EP promoted Suicide Silence to greater heights, providing an ever-expanding fan base.

The EP is released as an Enhanced CD and contains a QuickTime file for “Destruction of a Statue (Live)”, a video that is viewable on Mac and Microsoft Windows personal computers.

The song "Ending Is the Beginning" was rerecorded for the band's 2014 album, You Can't Stop Me, and was used as the title for the band's 2014 live video album, Ending Is the Beginning: The Mitch Lucker Memorial Show.

Track listing[edit]

All songs written and composed by Suicide Silence

No. Title Length
1. "Ending Is the Beginning"   2:37
2. "Swarm"   3:40
3. "About a Plane Crash"   2:48
4. "Distorted Thought of Addiction"   3:55
5. "Destruction of a Statue" (live) 3:16
Total length:
16:14

Personnel[edit]

Suicide Silence
  • Mitch Lucker – vocals
  • Rick Ash – lead guitar
  • Chris Garza – rhythm guitar
  • Mike Bodkins – bass guitar
  • Josh Goddard – drums
Production
  • Produced by Nick Barnes

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