Mitch Lucker was a musician most famous for being the front-man of the death metal band, Suicide Silence. Their music gained media attention due to the anti religious lyrics that their albums frequently featured. Lucker died at the young age of 28 on November 1, 2012.
“Even though I don’t believe in you I pray for the day that you end this life.”
“Everything’s filthy. But you know what? One day it’s not gonna be here. So just be glad you know what life is. You’re alive. Live.”
“How much must I curse your name and put your beliefs to shame before you prove yourself and end this life?”
“I mean, reality sucks. The world is a cancer, and shits so bad it’s scary. Everything’s filthy. But you know what? One day, it’s not going to be here. So be glad you know what life is.
“You’re alive. Live.”
“I’ll say a f***ing prayer because I know it won’t be answered.”
“Keep listening to music, it gets you through everything. I promise.”
“The danger in it. Being a frontman in a band, you get addicted to adrenaline rushes.”
“The world is a cancer, and shit’s so bad it’s scary.”
“Wake up, wake up. This is no hallucination. This is what we have become this what dreams are made of.”
“When I get home from touring, I need to find something to match that so I don’t get my adrenaline withdrawals. Being exposed to every element of danger while you’re sitting on a motor —
that, to me, is freedom.”
“When you’re onstage, there’s not more of a rush.”