Deathcore outfit Suicide Silence have unveiled a 30-minute documentary on the life of late vocalist Mitch Lucker. Released on Christmas Day, the short film chronicles the life of the beloved vocalist and the band’s rise to fame, and will be included with the band’s upcoming tribute concert DVD.
Featuring early footage and photos of the frontman, as well as interviews with his bandmates, friends, and family, the documentary will be packaged with the upcoming Ending Is The Beginning: The Mitch Lucker Memorial Show DVD, set for a US release of Tuesday, 18th February.
The film was posted to the official Suicide Silence YouTube channel with the message, “Rest in Power. Legends Never Die.” As Lucker’s mother, Denise Haddad, explains in the film, “Mitchell was born on Oct. 20, 1984. He came out literally screaming and it ended up being his legacy.”
The vocalist lost his life after being involved in a motorcycle accident while under the influence of alcohol on Halloween night 2012, succumbing to his injuries the next morning. “Mitchell was given that talent and that gift [of connecting with people through music] and even though he’s not here today, those gifts are gonna continue to be shared,” says Haddad in the film.
Watch: Mitch Lucker Documentary
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