Image for Suicide Silence Want Fans To Pay To Be Their Roadies NowImage Via Facebook

Suicide Silence Want Fans To Pay To Be Their Roadies Now

Written by Emmy Mack on November 23, 2017

Suicide Silence have copped a rinsing online after unveiling a new offer which allows fans to pay for the honour of spending a day doing hard labour for their favourite band.

The riff punchers are billing their unscrupulous money-making scheme new Roadie-For-A-Day package as the “experience of a lifetime”, with fans to splash out US$150 (just under AU$200) to enjoy a day’s physical slog while rocking a limited-edition T-shirt and laminate.

Check it:

Needless to say, the band’s pay-us-to-work strategy has been met with raised eyebrows by some of their peers in the music industry:

While fans also seem to be less-than-impressed:

Suicide Silence’s controversial new Roadie-For-A-Day scheme comes less than a week after frontman Eddie Hermida responded to allegations of sexual misconduct with a minor.

Suicide Silence last toured Australia in 2016, after performing at Soundwave in 2014. The band released their self-titled fifth album in February this year.

Join Music Feeds on Facebook

monitoring_string = "5ddc797c5ea15f4a20f5b456893873a5"