Suicide Silence Rock Close Quarters in ‘You Can’t Stop Me’ Video
There's such a thing as being a tight-knit group and then there's what happens in the latest Suicide Silence video. The band is back with a video for the title track from their 'You Can't Stop Me' album and things get a little close for comfort.
In the video, the group is shown rocking out the track inside a stone temple and things start off innocently enough with the members delivering a pummeling performance. But this is no ordinary temple, and much like a trip through an 'Indiana Jones' movie, the walls begin closing in.
Director Nathan Cox subjects the band to visits from snakes, tarantulas and all sorts of creatures that scream "stay away" before they vacate, only to be replaced by spikes peering out of the walls. Even though the song is called 'You Can't Stop Me,' you begin to wonder if the rapidly closing walls will eventually do that to our musical stars. The ending is one not to be missed complete with a special guest appearance that we won't spoil for you here.
The clip does conclude with a tribute message giving a shout out to the band's late frontman Mitch Lucker. Watch the video in full in the player above.