The following Friday, June 12th will see a special, still to be announced festival streaming event and on Friday, June 19th at 2 pm PST / 5 pm EST, 11 pm CET, Knotfest.com will air the full headline set from Suicide Silence’s special 2015 benefit show in aid of Mental Health America. recorded at The Observatory in Santa Ana. Both In Flames and Suicide Silence shows will feature exclusive interviews.
Knotfest.com Concert Series schedule below:
FRIDAY, JUNE 5th | 11am PST/ 2pm EST / 8pm CET
IN FLAMES, LIVE FROM WACKEN 2018
FRIDAY, JUNE 12th | TBA
SPECIAL FESTIVAL STREAMING EVENT
FRIDAY, JUNE 19th | 2pm PST / 5pm EST / 11pm CET
SUICIDE SILENCE, 2015 BENEFIT FOR MENTAL HEALTH AMERICA
Sweden’s leading metal band has never stopped moving forward during the more than 20 years they’ve been performing.
Earlier this week, In Flames, teased the return of their breakthrough album “Clayman” for its 20th anniversary (watch the teaser below). During the stream, you can purchase an exclusive shirt from the Clayman vault during a 72-hour pop-up.
Get the Clayman We Trust Tee and more here on Friday.
The melodic death metal of the band’s early days has since evolved into a unique expression, manifested in 14 albums like A Sense of Purpose, Sounds of a Playground Fading, Siren Charms and their latest release, I, The Mask recorded in Los Angeles with multi Grammy-nominated producer, Howard Benson. 2019’s I, The Mask charted #1 in Sweden and Austria, #2 in Germany and #1 in US Top Rock and Metal Albums.
In Flames is a band that fans around the world can rely on, inspiring their fans, the Jesterheads, to live by the phrase ”In Flames We Trust”.
SUICIDE SILENCE will also be streaming their 2015 Mental Health America Benefit Show via Knotfest platforms on Friday, June 19th! Fans will enjoy never released multi-cam video footage from the benefit which features the audio from the Live & Mental release.
Today, the band launches a new “Zero Tolerance” shirt in which 100% of proceeds will be donated to Campaign Zero, an organization that analyzes policing practices across the country and provides research & data to organizers & policymakers nationwide in their efforts to identify effective solutions to end police violence.
“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” says Eddie Hermida
Stay tuned for more information on the Knotfest Streaming series.