Suicide Silence's upcoming album with new vocalist Hernan "Eddie" Hermida will feature lyrics written by late singer Mitch Lucker, Blabbermouth is reporting.
Speaking to Soundwave TV, Hermida noted:
"We have a song on there. Mitch left behind some lyrics, and we actually incorporated it into a song. It's about him being bigger than life, you know what I mean?! It's about finding that true resilience within yourself to keep going, which really means the world to us, 'cause, obviously, that's what we're doing. It came out very beautiful."
In an interview with Music Feeds, guitarist Chris Garza noted that quitting had never crossed the band's mind in the wake of Lucker's death:
"We never talked about continuing and we never talked about quitting, so it was like an unspoken thing, 'cause with some people, a tragic happening, the last thing you want to do is talk about it.
"I think keeping the Suicide Silence brand going and the name going keeps Mitch alive and I think it would be completely disrespectful to Mitch and everything that he worked for if we stopped going or changed the name."
Mitch Lucker died on November 1st, 2012 from injuries sustained in a motorcycle crash in Huntington Beach.