Suicide Silence Guitarist Chris Garza on The MetalSucks Podcast #324
Our guest this week is Suicide Silence guitarist Chris Garza. We discuss the band’s new album, Become The Hunter, the accompanying trilogy of music videos, if he considers Become The Hunter a return to form after the band’s controversial self-titled album, how the door has been opened for more experimentation after that record, his gratitude for being able to continue with Suicide Silence after the death of Mitch Lucker, and the importance of being grateful after something real happens in your life. Chris also tells us about his love of true crime documentaries, the story behind the band’s signature burger known as The Meltdown, why his favorite place in the world is Bangkok, and his love/hate relationship with traveling and his fear of flying.
Petar, Brandon, and Sylvia discuss how wrong we were about the Mötley Crüe, Def Leppard, Poison arena tour selling well, our thoughts on the new Lamb of God song and coming to terms with the fact that metal is following the evolution of jazz by becoming a niche genre.
Songs: Suicide Silence “Feel Alive” and “Love Me To Death”
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