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Mayhem Festival 2014 – Cannibal Corpse, Suicide Silence, Miss May I, + More

by Photo of Elizabeth Ramanand

Cannibal Corpse obliterate the Coldcock Whiskey Stage with Suicide Silence, Miss May I, and more.

Mayhem Festival 2014 – Cannibal Corpse, Suicide Silence, Miss May I, + More

Legendary death metal band Cannibal Corpse headlined the Coldcock Whiskey stage for the 2014 Mayhem Festival this year. Support included Suicide Silence, Miss May I, Mushroomhead, Texas Hippie Coalition and King 810.

With one of the loudest sets of the festival, headlining act Cannibal Corpse completely obliterated the stage as they performed old school songs "Hammer Smashed Face," "Make Them Suffer," "Demented Aggression" and much more. Fans are highly anticipating the release of the band’s forthcoming thirteenth album A Skeletal Domain due out September 16.

Suicide Silence took the stage previously with new frontman Hernan “Eddie” Hermida who did justice to the songs that their fans know and love such as
"Unanswered," "No Pity For a Coward" and "You Only Live Once." They also performed "Cease to Exist" off of their new disc You Can’t Stop Me. Hermida and the rest of Suicide Silence are honoring the memory of late frontman Mitch Lucker in a big way with their new material and the strength of past material alike.

Miss May I provided an exuberant and hair flying good time over on the Coldcock Whiskey Stage. The band is also on tour in promotion of their new album ‘Rise of the Lion’ and they sure rose to the occasion when they took hold of the stage.

Mushroomhead definitely stole the show on the side stages, as their performance was a wild sensory overload. With nine members, eight studio albums and over two decades of music, Mushroomhead continue to get more exciting live. If it’s not water splashed off of percussive instruments, members jumping into the crowd (even on a plastic whale) then the enthusiasm of the music itself might get the blood pumping. Mushroomhead are one of the best live bands to check out both visually and sonically.

Mayhem got a little taste of the south as Texas Hippie Coalition rocked the stage earlier in the day. Frontman Big Dad Ritch brought some groove and gritty melodies to the day.

Michigan band King 810 kicked things off over at the Coldcock Whiskey stage for a heavy performance complete with lots of smoke and lots of intensity. Check out our full photo gallery of all of the bands below. For all of your metal concert needs with no fees, check out CHARGED.fm!

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