New SUICIDE SILENCE Album Sells 70% Less Than Previous

SUICIDE SILENCE has released their self-titled experimental album on February 24 via Nuclear Blast. The albums consists of lots of clean vocals, which fans did not receive very well, and it shows in the sales.

Metal Injection reported that the album sold only 4,650 copies in its first week of release in the U.S. – 69% drop from the first week sales of 2014’s You Can’t Stop Me, which sold 15,000.

Also, Rock Feed has obtained first week sales figured for both Germany and Australia. Suicide Silence debuted at #98 on the charts in Germany, a steep decline from their #24 debut on the charts for their previous album, 2014’s “You Can’t Stop Me”. Both albums featured current vocalist Eddie Hermida.

In Australia, they debuted at #78 on the charts, having debuted at #30 in 2014 with the release of “You Can’t Stop Me”.