Conformity

Album: Suicide Silence (2017)

Songfacts®:

  • This was the song on Suicide Silence's 2017 eponymous album which took the longest to get right. Frontman Eddie Hermida explained to HMV.com:

    "We had easily three different choruses done for that song and it wasn't until we had an in depth discussion about my feelings about the state of music in general that we went deep into the meaning of the verses. Then the chorus just leapt at us. It was as if the chorus was there the whole time."

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