Ironically enough, death metal has gotten new life in recent years as a bunch o' young turks with neck tattoos have merged the genre's guttural grunts and warp-speed velocity with hard-core breakdowns. The band at the vanguard of this new movement is Suicide Silence, who have surged out of the underground in recent years to sell tens of thousands of records and tour with the likes of Disturbed, Black Label Society, Slayer and the Mayhem Festival. Suicide Silence's latest disc, "No Time To Bleed," is more pitch-black deathcore delivered with serious vehemence by a bunch of dudes who can still mine some bad intentions from their good fortune. See Suicide Silence at 6 p.m. Saturday at The Farm, 5597 S. Rainbow Blvd. Tickets are $15 in advance, $17 day of show; call 233-3276.
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