In a recent interview with Guitar World magazine, Mark Heylmun, guitarist for Suicide Silence, said in regards to being called "deathcore":
Because we're all so happy to still have the likes of Korn, Deftones and Slipknot around, right? Regardless, I take this as a pretty bold statement coming from a band that epitomizes a sub genre with a very clear expiration date. I think these boys have themselves a very lucrative record deal in mind for the future to make such an assumption. You know, the type of deal where you cut your hair, uproot all your morals as an artist, play simpler music and write lyrics that teenage girls relate to? What do we call that again?
I merely jest. As you can tell from their latest single, SS is still very much staying true to themselves and unapologetically producing the same exact kind of music they have been all along:
The shitty kind.
With harsher vocals, you don't too often take the lyrics into account. When it comes to Suicide Silence, apparently there is a good reason for that. Just having it laid out in front of us like that word for word is pretty embarrassing to say the least.