Suicide Silence Want Fans To Pay To Be Their Roadies Now

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.

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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.

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