Commissioner (musical group)

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Origin California, United States
Genres Deathcore, Dubstep, Electronic, electronicore
Years active 2010-2012
(permanently inactive since 2012)
Associated acts Suicide Silence, Big Chocolate
Members Cameron "Big Chocolate" Argon
Past members Mitch Lucker

Commissioner is an American side project of Suicide Silence's Mitch Lucker and Disfiguring The Goddess's Cameron "Big Chocolate" Argon.


Formation and What Is? (2010–2011)[edit]

Until 2010, Argon had been mainly focused on metal music as vocalist for Burning The Masses. Soon after touring with Suffocation, he was approached by Century Media Records to remix "Disengage" by Suicide Silence, which is where his career took a heavier turn into electronic music. After mixing his first track for Suicide Silence, Argon struck up a friendship with the band. He and Mitch Lucker, Suicide Silence's vocalist at the time, formed Commissioner, an extreme industrial metal duo. Commissioner had released two tracks before releasing their EP, one featuring Whitechapel frontman Phil Bozeman, entitled "Click Click Flash" and the other being "Consume" which marked the debut release by the group. The duo released their first EP titled What Is? on March 21, 2011.

Commissioner is now permanently inactive due to Mitch Lucker's death on 1 November 2012.

Final line-up[edit]