For years, many die-hard fans of Suicidal Tendencies have been anticipating an album featuring all-new material, which the band hasn’t released in over a decade. Well in an interview with Kill Your Stereo, frontman Mike Muir decided to spill his guts and revealed that the new record will most likely be released next year. Before that, he’s going back to the studio around October to work on a new solo album under his nickname Cyco Miko. Mike had this to say:
“Well, we have our own studio back home in the States and being our own label and with the way music is now, we don’t have to worry about putting something out by a certain time. Right now we have so much music, and we’ll play stuff and people will be like, “Fuck, what’s that?” and one of us will be like, “I don’t know, man, just some stuff I’ve been working on” and then (they would ask) “When’s it coming out?” and we’d be like, “I don’t know, man. I don’t even know if it will!” We’re not really worried about “the game” as much as we are about the music. I think that will probably come across when the next record comes out. Probably early next year, I would imagine. I think in October I’ll be doing a Cyco Miko record which will have a taste of new Suicidal, old unreleased Suicidal, new Infectious Grooves, old Infectious Grooves and a bunch of other stuff as well. I think that will give people a taste of what’s to come and also surprise a few people with some of the stuff that we never put out.”
Once the new record surfaces, it would be the first Suicidal Tendencies album, with all-new material, since 2000’s “Free Your Soul and Save Your Mind.” Last September, they released “No Mercy Fool! The Suicidal Family,” which features re-recorded tracks from the band’s classic 1987 album Join the Army as well as never-before heard material.
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