Knotfest Streaming Concert Series: Suicide Silence and MAJOR Unannounced Festival Event

Posted by Ramon Gonzales in News on June 3, 2020

The weekly concert series broadcasting via continues with the next few weeks of programming. The series revisits monumental performances from some of the heavy music’s most in-demand bands.

June 12th is set to feature a MAJOR unannounced festival event. Details are still to come.

June 19th will return stateside as KNOTFEST checks in with California Deathcore vets, Suicide Silence. The broadcast will feature the 2015 hometown set for the band’s Mental Health America Benefit Show. Frontman Eddie Hermida echoed excitement about the event. “While originally organized as a benefit for Mental Health America, we feel it’s necessary to repurpose this with an overall message of ‘Peace, Love & Respect’ as we stream this performance in its entirety for the first time ever in cooperation with the great folks at Knotfest.”

Adding to the news, Suicide Silence also announced a new “Zero Tolerance” shirt. Designed with the aim of raising funds for noteworthy causes, 100% of proceeds will be donated to Campaign Zero, an organization that analyzes policing practices across the country and provides research & data to organizers and policymakers nationwide in their efforts to identify effective solutions to end police violence.

The “Zero Tolerance” shirt can be purchased HERE

Watch “Bludgeoned to Death” from Suicide Silence Live & Mental

Last Friday, KNOTFEST visited with Swedish metal staples In Flames. The 2018 headlining performance at Wacken Festival featured a comprehensive collection of the band’s more than two decade deep catalog. The broadcast pairs with news of In Flames marking the the 20th anniversary of their seminal album, Clayman. During the stream fans scored exclusive Clayman merch during a 72-hour pop-up that happened via the In Flames merch store.

Watch the latest teaser for The Clayman Returns