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You Can't Stop Me (Bonus DVD) [CD+DVD, Special Edition]

Suicide Silence Audio CD
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Suicide Silence

Mitch Lucker - Vocals
Chris Garza - Rhythm Guitar
Mark Heylmun - Lead Guitar
Alex Lopez - Drums
Dan Kenny - Bass

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  • Audio CD (14 July 2014)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: CD+DVD, Special Edition
  • Label: Nuclear Blast
  • ASIN: B00K76322U
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 55,692 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Disc: 1
1. M.A.L.
2. Inherit the Crown
3. Cease to Exist
4. Sacred Words
5. Control (Feat. George Fisher)
6. Warrior
7. You Can't Stop Me
8. Monster Within (Feat. Greg Puciato)
9. We Have All Had Enough
10. Ending Is the Beginning
See all 14 tracks on this disc
Disc: 2
1. Studio and Touring Footage

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Many of the greatest works of art throughout history were fashioned from grief, anger and overwhelming despair descending on its creators in the aftermath of tragedy and SUICIDE SILENCE's appropriately tiled You Can't Stop Me is no exception. Like the once unthinkable creative and commercial reemergence of ALICE IN CHAINS or the classic, legendary and timeless touchstone that is AC/DC's Back in Black, Suicide Silence's fourth album features a new frontman on the heels of earthshaking tragedy.

  You Can't Stop Me serves as a simultaneous introduction to vocalist Hernan "Eddie" Hermida (ex-All Shall Perish), as well as a celebration of the brotherhood the band shared with Hermida's fallen predecessor. The group chose the album's title from a collection of lyrics left behind by the late Mitch Lucker, while their formidable revamped sound makes it clear that Suicide Silence's resurrection is complete.

  Mark Heylmun and Chris Garza (guitars), Dan Kenny (bass) and Alex Lopez (drums) sound more driven than ever, force-feeding their mash-up of death metal, black metal, grind and time-signature bending dissonance into structured, focused and often groove-oriented missives of anger and perseverance. Death metal legend George "Corpsegrinder" Fisher (CANNIBAL CORPSE) and Greg Puciato (THE DILLINGER ESCAPE PLAN, KILLER BE KILLED) make guest appearances, but make no mistake: Suicide Silence is as bonded, as cohesive, as ever. Their unity of purpose is palpable in "Sacred Words," "Warrior" and "We Have All Had Enough." The entire album - produced by Steve Evetts (DEP, Sepultura) - is the sound of a band exorcising demons, reclaiming their future, reconnecting with a worldwide audience, each other, and their own inner strength.


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5.0 out of 5 stars This is what you call a comeback... 20 July 2014
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I approached this album with some trepidation given the huge shoes that anyone would have to fill since the passing of frontman Mitch Lucker. After hearing the tracks Cease To Exist and the title track I was blown away at what a great vocalist Eddie Hermida is, which got me intrigued to hear the rest of the album. Any doubts were blown away once I heard You Can't Stop Me...what a great album.
I wasn't overly impressed with their previous album The Black Crown and hoped that the new album wouldn't be a continuation of that musical style. I'm glad to say that YCSM is nothing like it's predecessor and more in the vein of No Time To Bleed which is a great album.
Stand out tracks on YCSM for me is the ferocious 'Cease To Exist', the Slipknot-esque 'Sacred Words', 'Control' featuring George Fisher of Cannibal Corpse and the brilliant cover of Hatebreed's 'Last Breath'.
I can't sing this album's praises high enough. It's no Master of Puppets but if you want some catchy brutal music for 2014 then look no further than this album.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Great comeback 10 Aug 2014
By Scotty
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Never listened to SS up until now, decided to check out the first singles and really liked them and the full album delivers, brutal riffs with lots of groove in them, Eddie's vocal performance in top notch, very vicious and gutteral voice, if you're in to deathcore or even death metal for that matter then definitely check this album out.
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By Jamie
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Their first album without lead singer Mitch Luker, You Can't Stop Me is a game changer when it comes to Suicide Silence, offering a completely new direction for the band. The majority of songs sound like they should have been on The Black Crown, and the others are to heavy, even for The Cleansing. A must buy!
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5.0 out of 5 stars A metal must have 1 Sep 2014
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A tour de force from a killer band
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Amazon.com: 4.5 out of 5 stars  26 reviews
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5.0 out of 5 stars Beyond Impressed! 17 July 2014
By Vince - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
I've been a big fan of these guys since their self titled ep and I've seen these guys come a long way along a lot of roads. The Cleansing and No Time to Bleed were classics in my opinion and will always remain gem stones in my cd collection. I wasn't really too fond of The Black Crown, musically I thought it was great I just didn't like the direction Mitch was taking in his vocal style. I was very skeptical at 1st with them recruiting Eddie as the new vocalist and didn't think he was the right guy for the band. After hearing this album from start to finish I think it is honestly their best record and no I'm not saying that because its fresh or because Mitch died. These guys really put their blood sweat and tears into this album and it shows crystal clear. There's a lot of moments that are so awesome on this record I could honestly shed a tear. I'm not going to breakdown every single track but what I will say is it's very different. I loved this band when they were labeled more "deathcore" but they don't stray too far from their roots. This is what The Black Crown should have sounded like. I personally like Eddie more than Mitch for this band, he has definitely earned his keep. All I can say to all the people who rant on about how they will never be the same and how horrible they are is to give this record a chance. I would recommend the deluxe edition. Blue Haze is one of the best songs I've heard in a long time. The documentary is also pretty sweet. This is money well spent, support these guys for delivering the best album they possibly could \m/
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4.0 out of 5 stars There's just no stopping Suicide Silence! 25 July 2014
By A. Stutheit - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
Dubbing their fourth long-player "You Can't Stop Me" was a very appropriate move on behalf of California's Suicide Silence. See, in November of 2012, mainman/co-founder Mitch Lucker passed away following a horrid motorcycle accident. Therefore, it was only natural to assume that S.S.'s days were over, that the Riverside, California-based five-piece would merely dissolve and watch their legacy fade away into nothingness. But this band is better than that. So, they did what all great ones would do in their situation: Mourn the loss of Lucker, but then coalesce, and press forward by storming back onto the scene with a new frontman.

In the case of Suicide Silence, this new vocalist is named Herman "Eddie" Hermida, and he has all of the skills that Lucker had -- skills that are ample enough to make the group's new album another exceptional piece of deathgrind, and a welcome installment to their discography. Sure, his vocal stylings usually echo those of The Black Dahlia Murder, but they are still quite killer most of the time. Deftly switching back and forth between unnervingly high shrieks and viscerally low growls, Hermida can turn a mere one-line chorus into an empowering and unforgettable refrain. And furthermore, the dude's lyric-writing skills are also nothing to be sneezed at, either. It all makes for one very potent and memorable album, even if it cannot exactly be said to be a genre-redefining release.

"You Can't Stop Me" begins with "M.A.L.," a creepy little intro track that flows right into the all-out punishment of "Inherit The Crown," which is backed by machine gun-fast drum slamming, densely churning guitars, and positively rabid, high/low vocal patterns, and "Cease To Exist," a breakneck blitzkrieg with a frenetic, ripping guitar solo. The former of these two tracks is also highlighted by a particularly memorable part where the vocals descend to extra low, Cannibal Corpse/Deicide/Dying Fetus-worthy bellowing. Then, following the breakdown-happy "Sacred Words" (which has choruses that are very catchy and even anthemic, as simplistic as they might be), the record continues plowing straight ahead with the brutal "Control." This song, however, manages to standout from most of the rest, though, because it slips in some squealing, flailing pinch harmonics (which serve as honest-to-god guitar hooks) into its mix. A cameo from current Cannibal Corpse frontman George "Corpsegrinder" Fisher is also included, here, to boot.

And continuing this tradition of catchiness, "Warrior" is fueled by hooky, staccato picking and drumming, as well as some punishing, slamdanceable breakdowns. And it is all iced off by a bit of surprisingly technical bass soloing, too. The title song, then, might feature lyrics originally written by the late, great SS frontman (Lucker), but it is actually mostly of note on a musical front, as it overflows with chunky breakdowns and impeccable double-kick drumming. It also begins with an excellent drum intro before grooving into a steady, mosh-pit-ready chugging main riff.

Next up, "Monster Within," with its catchy, fiery, abrasive thrash riffing and punishing blast beats, might be a standout for possessing those things alone, but it is furthered by a guest appearance from The Dillinger Escape Plan's Greg Puciato, who really makes his presence felt by chipping in with his trademarked high-pitched screaming and shrieking. "We Have All Had Enough" opens with a bit of an anomaly, sprinkling in a brief but nice and colorful bit of acoustic guitars into its intro. And later on in the song comes a very decent and welcome melodic guitar solo. With that said, though, what is sandwiched between these two brief instances of guitar melodicism is more brutality, including pounding, serrated riffing, tight double-time drum thrashing, and thunderous rhythms.

Of the three tracks that remain, two of them are among the biggest highlights on the whole record. Don't get me wrong, "Don't Die," which falls into a grinding lurch (heavily reliant on the almighty chug), and fuses in some Cradle Of Filth-like, operatic-sounding backing vocals, is not half bad; but it is, ultimately, largely overshadowed by the two pieces that surround it. "End Is The Beginning" (which was re-recorded from Suicide Silence's 2006 demo) utilizes a strategically-placed fast tempo change to excellent effect, and is also home to some insane drumming and grindcore-worthy near-pig squeals; whereas "Ouroboros" adds another new tool to the Suicide Silence arsenal: Tender and touching acoustic balladry. Said song begins sounding like that, at least, but it is just a matter of time before brutality booms onto the scene with heavy, propulsive riffing, rapid-fire drum fills, and shrill, black metal-style vocal shrieks.

In summary, the level of musical growth present, here, is at the very least minimal. But hey, this is not entirely a bad thing, because no growth means there is no room for growing pains, am I right? A solid and mostly satisfying effort that should solidify this band's already very respectable fan base.
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5.0 out of 5 stars There's no stopping Suicide Silence 15 July 2014
By Michael - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
After the passing of Mitch Lucker, there was some speculated whether or not Suicide Silence would continue with a new vocalist and put out new music. Well, here it is. You Can't Stop Me, the first new album with former All Shall Perish frontman Hernan "Eddie" Hermida on Nuclear Blast Entertainment. To pay tribute to Mitch, not only have the band put together something he'd be proud of, he also contributed posthumously as lyrics to the title track were the last he wrote. Ending Is The Beginning, a track from their EP, was also rerecorded as a tribute. George "Corpsegrinder" Fisher from Cannibal Corpse and Greg Puciato from The Dillinger Escape Plan and Killer Be Killed are the latest guests to contribute after the trio of guests they had on The Black Crown. Fans need to get this.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Eddie Kills It. 21 Aug 2014
By WTEO - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
Although the presence of Mitch will be missed, Eddie really steps up on this record, and the future of Suicide Silence looks bright. This album will satisfy any previous fan of the band, and people who are skeptical about it since the death of Mitch should give it a chance. Stand out tracks include Sacred Words and You Cant Stop Me (title track), but the real winner in my opinion would be Cease To Exist, if anything people should really give that track a listen to get an idea of how the "new" Suicide Silence is.

All in all, this is a decent album that any fan of the band should own, and newcomers to the band should check out.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Awesome album 10 Aug 2014
By TDWP8:18 - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
I bought this album on Nuclear Blast Record's store, I love this album. Even though Mitch isn't the singer anymore I still like the sound of the album and it just is awesome. Favorite song: Control (Featuring George "Corpsegrinder" Fisher).
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