The Black Crown

Label
EMI Germany
Release date
15 Jul 2011
Running length
11 tracks
Running time
39:15

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Tracklist

    Track     Duration Listeners
1 Slaves to Substance 3:27 45,410
2 O.C.D. 3:19 36,643
3 Human Violence 3:47 36,825
4 You Only Live Once 3:12 71,584
5 Fuck Everything 4:33 47,949
6 March to the Black Crown 1:30 30,553
7 Witness The Addiction 5:32 29,361
8 Cross-Eyed Catastrophe 3:25 29,076
9 Smashed 3:06 24,987
10 The Only Thing That Sets Us Apart 4:10 27,278
11 Cancerous Skies 3:14 26,275

About this album

The Black Crown is the third full-length album by extreme metal band Suicide Silence, which was released July 12, 2011 through Century Media Records. With anticipation for their third full-length after the release of No Time to Bleed, Suicide Silence prepared recording for The Black Crown on a course of several months starting from the beginning of 2010 with writing ideas and plans before their arrival to the studio for recording in 2011. The album was produced by Steve Evetts and is also the last release by the band required to be issued through Century Media per the three-album deal contract the band accepted to in 2007. The Black Crown sold over 14,400 copies during the first week of its release in the US alone, leading to its debut at position number 28 on the Billboard 200 chart.

Garnering positive reviews, The Black Crown was praised by Rock Sound earning a 7 out of 10 rating with a review headline reading “There’s no more of that deathcore monotony from Suicide Silence…” and went on further to state “blastbeats and breakneck discordant technicality aren’t lacking on the five-piece’s third LP, but nor are they over-prescribed. In fact, to the group’s merit, there’s very little outright and over-used death metal fury, instead it’s partially replaced by modern metal ambiguities and churning, lengthy breaks.”

Metal Underground stated “What really makes ‘The Black Crown’ a worthy listen and elevates it above the dime-a-dozen dreck of today’s deathcore” coupled with the statement “All the familiar elements that make this band are present in spades.”

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  • MacOpyright

    Love the Korn influences! Sadly allot of the songs are repetitive and boring, which is disappointing since songwriting/dynamics/arrangements used to be the thing they where really good at.

    11 Jul 3:21pm Reply
  • SirCrappington

    Honestly, this is the only Suicide Silence album I really like.

    10 Jul 8:58am Reply
  • BrootalK1d

    this album is the definition of nu-deathcore

    22 Jun 2:53pm Reply
  • SfinaDrummer

    Their worst album for sure, only 4 listenable songs.. With this album they became shitty metalcore band.. glad that they've got their previous albums, that doesn't suck

    2 Mar 2:13pm Reply
  • Misanthropist9

    nowhere near as good as their first two albums. Not even in the same league. [2]

    26 Dec 2013 Reply
  • crazytribe

    I wouldn't call it pop at all. It's just meandering and dull. None of the raucous energy they had before.

    30 Nov 2013 Reply
  • Registeel

    LOL at people thinking this album is like a pop version of No Time To Bleed. This band stayed to their roots with mitch, their is hardly a difference. Ohh and that Nu-metal shit that you guys keep bringing up doesn't exist in their music so fuck off.

    23 Nov 2013 Reply
  • Ponyoham

    Rofl Pop Deathcore xD Nah. I really like this album.

    5 Apr 2013 Reply
  • tapworms

    Honestly its not THAT big of a change....I don't know how people can say its terrible when its the same stuff they have always been putting out. [2]

    1 Mar 2013 Reply
  • Emotionsickness

    I think this is their best.

    9 Nov 2012 Reply
  • 4UFH0CK3R

    Too much experimentation with nu-metal elements in my opinion. I like the predecessors way better. However, RIP Mitch.

    2 Nov 2012 Reply
  • ossum

    Honestly its not THAT big of a change....I don't know how people can say its terrible when its the same stuff they have always been putting out.

    2 Nov 2012 Reply
  • ErnstHaeckel

    Their best album!

    16 Oct 2012 Reply
  • reispaulo

    foda esta banda

    20 Aug 2012 Reply
  • DamienCallisto

    Really really bad. Reminded me of a slightly heavier Korn.

    17 Aug 2012 Reply
  • Dethcore_savior

    shit, shit, shit, shit fucking shit...

    10 Jul 2012 Reply
  • rok2slayr

    I love when trendy deathcore kids get upset that they have to change trends to like this.

    29 May 2012 Reply
  • NhELSoN

    The sound is so organic... love it!!!

    17 May 2012 Reply
  • Maggotssick

    Where the fuck are lows on this album ?

    13 May 2012 Reply
  • JenZ2

    yup pop deathcore xD

    11 May 2012 Reply
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