Mitch Lucker Documentary

Rest In Power. Legends Never Die. Memorial Show Pre-Orders are Now Available at: Proceeds Going to the Kenadee Lucker Education Fund Coming February 18, 2014 to CD/BLU-RAY & CD/DVD EU Release Date is March 17, 2014 Directed By: Jeremy Schott Edited By: Jeremy Schott Camera By: Jeremy Schott / Steven Burhoe

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SUICIDE SILENCE – "Unanswered" w/ Phil Bozeman - Mitch Lucker Memorial Show
SUICIDE SILENCE – "OCD" w/ Austin Carlile - Mitch Lucker Memorial Show
[RIP] Mitch Lucker's Stomp (Lucker Stomp)
Ronnie Radkes Tribute To Mitch Lucker R.I.P (Suicide Silence) ♥ [1984-2012]
Mitch Lucker vs. Oli Sykes
R.I.P Mitch Lucker (Suicide Silence) Killed in Motorcycle Crash!!
SUICIDE SILENCE | Eddie Hermida Vs. Mitch Lucker | You only live once (Segment)
Mitch Lucker Tattoo Interview | Ink And Honor
Mitch Luckers Last Ever Video Before His Death (Tear Warning)
RIP Mitch Lucker (Suicide Silence) Candlelight Vigil (Crabcorefm)
25 Questions with Suicide Silence
Behind The INK with Mitch Lucker of Suicide Silence Tattoo Talk)
SUICIDE SILENCE – Hong Kong 2014
Mitch Lucker Stompilation
Black Veil Brides Interview #7 Andy Biersack Featuring Joe Flanders & Patrick Fogarty 2014
SUICIDE SILENCE - Disengage - Performance Cut (OFFICIAL VIDEO)
no pity for a coward with lyrics
Asking Alexandria Interview #4 Ben Bruce & James Cassells 2013
SUICIDE SILENCE - You Only Live Once (Ft. Randy Blythe - Lamb Of God)


A year ago I was the guy who didn't like any of this hardcore, metalcore or deathcore and I would always hate on it and be a dick about it. I was pretty much just into the really mainstream metal bands like Disturbed. Back in May I was watching some pep rally at school with my friend and there was a bunch of boring country music and pop playing, and I didn't like it. My friend gave me an ear bud.I knew what he listened to was the music I was usually against, but I was feeling a bit more open than usual. I remember he played a few different bands, but most of all I remember when he played No Pity For A Coward by Suicide Silence. At this point in time I had already expanded my elitist music taste a little bit into metalcore, and I liked Of Mice and Men and A7X, and I even liked Attila at the time, they were closest thing to deathcore that I listened to. But I remember that I could barely hear No Pity For A Coward playing, but it seemed far heavier than anything I was used to, and I remember thinking how frightening the album art looked. I went home later and checked out The Cleansing. Deep down, I felt like I really liked it, and I was impressed at how heavy and explosive it sounded, and that the vocalist, who I didn't know about at the time, could do such things with his voice, yet at the same time I felt uncomfortable and a bit frightened. This was the heaviest, most aggressive music I had ever heard at the time. In the past I had heard classic death metal once or twice, and what I'm about to say is an unpopular opinion, but even that seemed far less aggressive and extreme as this. As much as it disturbed me at first, I felt like deep down inside I liked it, and at this point it had sparked in me that the vocals in this form of music isn't just talentless and effortless yelling like so many claim it is, and I used to agree. I abandoned the band for a couple of weeks because this music was far beyond what I was used to. Summer break had started a few days after my friend showed me the song, and it was about a week or so into the break that No Pity For A Coward had came back into my mind, and it led me to check out the song again, yet this time I was hooked. I began checking out the band more in depth, starting with the other full length albums they had released (at this time You Can't Stop Me was still a few weeks away from being released) and then moving on to check out their demos and the EP. Suicide Silence had me hooked and immediately became my favorite band. I remember having to go to summer camp about three weeks into the break and just having the songs stuck in my head, I couldn't wait to get home. I was not really home-sick, but just really needed to get out of there so I could listen to Suicide Silence again. It was sometime around this time, I don't know if it was before or after camp, that I learned about Mitch through the documentary, and it was pretty touching. My interest in this form of music soon led me to stumble across Chelsea Grin, and I really liked them, then Carnifex, then Whitechapel, then Job For A Cowboy, and so on. Now I have a couple dozen of favorite bands, and I just think back to how it all started with Suicide Silence, they are like the big bang that created the universe that is the music I'm so passionate about. Mitch turned out to be a very influential guy to me, and for months now I've been an admin on this huge facebook page called "R.I.P. Mitch Lucker". And I also keep thinking how I wished I was a fan for much longer, and how there would've probably been a chance that I could've met him. To this day, if somebody asked me what my favorite album by any band was, I'd probably have to say The Cleansing. The album is ground zero for my music taste, and No Pity For A Coward is the site of this "big bang". He shared some great views on that album, and while I think people who say this music "saved their life" are kinda full of it, his music was like therapy, and stuff like Suicide Silence really brings me up. The reason I came here is that I have start a research project on any American individual for my Honors English class, and I chose Mitch. He is an influential man and part of the reason while my views are so much different today than they were a half a year ago.Zlad The Impaler
I've only liked Suicide Silence a year. Listened to the Black Crown then other albums. But I remember when he died. I was into punk pop like All Time Low and shit like that. My friend who loved metal was crying. I cried with her. I didn't know why we were crying but then I learned. After listening and beginning to love what Suicide Silence created, just the thought of Mitch broke my heart. So for two years. I always stop what I'm doing. Close my eyes and always say the same thing " I miss you. But I'll see you one day. Whether it's 80 years from now or 8 minutes from now. Rest in peace." Mitch Lucker deserved so much more time on this earth. But I hope he'd stomping up in heaven. Rest in peace Mitch. Emily Sixx.
Mitch even though your gone your legacy will carry onGabriel Lewis
Even tho Mitch ain't here... He will always remain in our minds and especially in our hearts <3 jbhtheduck
After a band member dies you don't replace them you either take down the band or carry on without him and make someone else do the vocals.The new front man for suicide silence is shit and he just took away all the excitement from the band.Eddie will never ever scream like Mitch.Mitch is the one who made suicide silence amazing you cant carry on what he did there is just no point.Niamh Carden
Some people are just really fucking terrible. All of these people saying he deserved to die or that his music is shit or whatever break my heart. Just because you didn't like him or his music doesn't mean he deserved to die... Nobody does.McKenna Peters
Mitch Lucker deserved to dieMegaGoodoldtimes
People who disrespect Mitch Lucker sicken me to be honest. He didn't deserve to die. Nobody does unless you took a life away from someone else purposely and for your own enjoyment. Mitch was good to his fans and respected them, his friends, his family, and his bandmates. Does a guy who knows how to be human TRULY deserve to die? Okay he made a mistake. But don't we all? And so what if he wasn't the best vocalist in your opinion? Doesn't mean he isn't good to someone else. He was a good person. That's what makes him the best in my opinion. Because most bands will put on an ACT in front of their fans then treat em like dirt later. It's pretty fucking brutal to me that someone can actually treat others well no matter how bad of a rep they got for any of the mistakes they've made. So go ahead and let the hate comments come at me. But to go and say someone deserved to die because of a mistake? Or because their vocal stylings weren't good? That's fucking pathetic. May Mitch Lucker rest in peace and be resurrected just as amazing as he was in this life.KaylaRawrzYewh
You'd be so proud of us all Mitch, We love and miss you❤️ThEoUtsIdErS1023
Excuse me while I go cry like a bitch...Eden Thorn
Its not like I cried during this PSHH no what would make yo think that oh my eyes its just...HAYFEVER don't worry i'm not crying *Secretly bawls eyes out* R.I.P Mitch ;-;Insomnia Zombie
What's more metal than mitch lucker?? The pole he hit ;PIsaiah Wootton
Welp. Watching this was a mistake. *lays in fetal position and tries not to cry* *cries a lot*Alissa Joy
I've only been a suicide silence fan for a year now but I love them and have all their albums. Mitch seems like a legend, A real nice down to earth guy. A guy you would love to have a pint with. A guy that treats his fans as his family while musicians like justin bieber treat his fans like shit by turning up 2 hours late to a concert then saying that there whinny gets more fans and respect the mitch and suicide silence do. Yes I like Eddie as with out eddie suicide silence would be dead but Mitch will always be the best. RIP Mitch Lucker. PsychZombie06
So where can I find the video for 16:55?Bri Fowl
"The lives he's saved" with his suicidal, negative and hateful lyrical content. Haha, oh, the irony. DakodaSeth
1:48 what band is on mitch's shirt right there? jman jones
i wish i could be more like mitch hes so fucking hardcorebrooks black veil
Everybody is hating on Eddie like he's some intruder coming just to ruin the band, but nobody's thinking about how Eddie and Mitch were friends and Mitch would've probably wanted this.Zlad The Impaler
Without this band I wouldn't be alive right now Braden Gray
This made me smileDraden Merenox
I guess Mitch lucker didn't have too much luck... codster guitaristHD
Still don't like his music.midnight_storm_
I need to find away if it is still possible to donate to the Kennedy fund. Cory Hagan