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Live Video: Suicidal Tendencies performing at Motörhead’s Motorboat Cruise

Fan-filmed videos of Suicidal Tendencies performing at Motörhead‘s Motorboat Cruise, which took place last week, have been posted online. You can watch them below.

Suicidal Tendencies have reportedly been working on new material for their follow-up to 2013’s 13.



Suicidal Tendencies announce fall headlining shows

Venice, California crossover thrash/hardcore punk legends Suicidal Tendencies have announced a short run of headlining U.S. shows, which will take place before their U.S. tour with Slipknot and Beartooth. The dates and locations are below.

Suicidal Tendencies have reportedly been working on new material for their follow-up to 2013’s 13.



Slipknot announce U.S. tour with Suicidal Tendencies and Beartooth

Although we don’t cover Slipknot on Dying Scene, the iconic nu metal act just announced a short U.S. tour in October, which features Suicidal Tendencies and Beartooth as the supporting acts. The dates and locations are below.

Slipknot’s latest album, .5: The Gray Chapter, was released last year through Roadrunner Records. Beartooth’s debut album, Disgusting, also came out last year. Suicidal Tendencies have reportedly been working on new material for their follow-up to 2013’s 13.



Knotfest announces lineup (Slipknot, Judas Priest, Suicidal Tendencies, Corrosion of Conformity, Helmet and more)

The second annual Knotfest will take place on October 24th and 25th at the San Manuel Amphitheater in Devore, California. Some of the bands announced so far include Slipknot, Judas Priest, Suicidal Tendencies, Corrosion of Conformity, Helmet, Korn, Cannibal Corpse, Mastodon, Body Count, At the Gates, Bring Me the Horizon, Clutch, Trivium, Snot, Beartooth, Six Feet Under, All That Remains, GWAR and many others.

Tickets will go on sale this Monday, June 29 at 10:00 a.m. PST / 1:00 p.m. EST. A trailer for the festival can be viewed below.



Ice-T talks about Body Count’s remake of Suicidal Tendencies’ “Institutionalized”

Body Count frontman Ice-T talked to Team Rock Radio about their remake of the Suicidal Tendencies classic “Institutionalized”, explaining:

“We did Institutionalized to pay homage to Suicidal because they were the first band out of the west coast rocking the Dickies, the bandanas and having that west coast look. When we first came out, most of our fans were Suicidal fans. They migrated to our shows. So we did their song and we were happy that they liked it. Nothing but respect for Suicidal.

I liked the record because it was more of a rant than a song. With a lot of punk rock back in the day, you always tried to get some kind of point across. Michael was kind of just saying, ‘I’m just going through it as a kid. Mom is telling me I’m on drugs, all I want is a Pepsi.'”

Body Count’s version of “Institutionalized” is taken from their latest album Manslaughter, which was released over exactly a year ago. The original version is taken from Suicidal Tendencies’ iconic self-titled debut album from 1983.



Live Videos: Suicidal Tendencies performing in Mexico

Venice, California crossover thrash/hardcore punk legends Suicidal Tendencies performed live at Café Iguana in Monterrey, Mexico nearly two weeks ago, on May 28, 2015. A playlist of the concert can be viewed below.

Suicidal Tendencies last released 13, their first album in 13 years, in March 2013. The band has been working on new music.



Suicidal Tendencies working on new music

In a recent interview, Suicidal Tendencies guitarist Dean Pleasant revealed that the band has been working on new music for a possible compilation release. He states:

“Yes, as a matter of fact, we have a few songs we are working on now maybe some compilations in the future. Yes, we have Europe tour coming in a few cool dates in the United States also we will be playing on a cruise ship for the first time that should be fun.

Suicidal Tendencies last released 13, their first album in 13 years, in March 2013. Later this month, the band will be touring Mexico and Europe.



Suicidal Tendencies announce Mexican and European tour dates

Venice, California crossover thrash/hardcore punk legends Suicidal Tendencies will embark on a European tour in June, and prior to that, they will be playing three shows in Mexico. The dates and locations are below.

Suicidal Tendencies last released 13, their first album in 13 years, in March 2013, and they are in talks of making another album.



Music Video: Luicidal – “Kumbaya”

Luicidal, a project featuring former Suicidal Tendencies members Louiche Mayorga and R.J. Herrera, have premiered a music video for their song “Kumbaya”. Check it out below.

“Kumbaya” is taken from Luicidal’s self-titled debut album, which was released last October via DC-Jam Records. The band recently announced that they have begun writing new material for their next record.



Motorhead announces Motorboat Cruise with Slayer, Suicidal Tendencies and more

British rock ‘n’ roll legends Motörhead have announced that their annual Motorboat Cruise will be held September 28 – October 2 and sailing from Miami to the private island of Great Stirrup Cay and Nassau in the Bahamas. Joining the band will be Slayer, Suicidal Tendencies, Hatebreed, Anthrax, Exodus and more. Tickets go on sale March 25 at 2pm(est). Click here for more info and to get your cabin aboard the Norwegian Sky .

Motorhead recently hit the studio to record their 22nd studio album, which is expected out later this year. The band’s latest album, Aftershock, was released in October 2013.

 



Rocky George (Fishbone, ex-Suicidal Tendencies, Cro-Mags) releases two instrumental songs

Rocky George (the guitarist of Fishbone and former member of Suicidal Tendencies and the Cro-Mags) has posted two instrumental tracks “E7N7” and “Auggie”, and you can check them out below.

There are currently no further details about those two songs, or whether they will end up on a solo album or different project. We’ll keep you posted as more details come to light.



Luicidal begin writing next album

Luicidal ― a project featuring former Suicidal Tendencies members Louiche Mayorga and R.J. Herrera ― released their self-titled debut album three months ago, but earlier today, Mayorga posted a picture of an acoustic guitar on his Facebook page, revealing that he has been writing new material for their next album. No word on a title or release date, but we’ll keep you posted as more information on the record come to light.

Luicidal will continue supporting their latest album by embarking on their first European tour in May with Hungarian thrashcore band Crippled Fox. The dates and cities of the European tour can be found here.



Live Video: Suicidal Tendencies live in Riverside

Last Friday (December 12th), Suicidal Tendencies performed live at the Municipal Auditorium in Riverside, California. The show, which you can watch below, was part of the band’s recently-wrapped up mini-West Coast tour.

Suicidal Tendencies last released 13, their first album in 13 years, in March 2013. The band is in talks of recording a follow-up to that album.



Mike Muir on the next Suicidal Tendencies album

In a recent interview, Suicidal Tendencies frontman Mike Muir was asked when fans can expect a follow-up to last year’s 13, which was their first album of all-new material in 13 years. Muir replied:

“Right now I have no answer to that as far as the previous one. There were a lot of things that went on and I think for us now, if everyone said they wanted to get into the studio and there was something they really wanted to do, I’d take it into consideration. But we’re in the studio all the time, we’re always recording.

I enjoy doing music in that, I hope that we’ll get a reaction from people but I think we get limited by time. Now we’ve been doing it over 30 years, every record we’ve put out we’ve pretty much attacked and critiqued and put on another level. Years later, people that weren’t even born when they hear it for the first time, they’ve got a different reaction to it. So I think the longevity allows us to look at music differently rather than how music is perceived on a particular day. And now that music doesn’t sell I think it’s a great opportunity for younger people to actually try to do something that’s completely different because there is no market, so to speak.

For us, there was punk rock, where we’re from, that genre is super small. Bands brag about selling 5,000 copies so you didn’t do it to sell records, you didn’t think you would sell records. I think it’s full circle now where people don’t buy records. It allows you to do music, it’s something you don’t have to worry about how it’s going to be perceived. But I think it’s the other way too, some people are even more concerned about that stuff. I look at it as, I hope the next big record is from somebody somewhere obscure and maybe one of my kids play it and I’ll go, “Who the f–k is that?!” I have to listen to it a few times and go, “Wow, I appreciate what they’re doing.””

Suicidal Tendencies just finished a U.S. tour with Slayer and Exodus, and are currently playing some shows on the West Coast.



Suicidal Tendencies announce last shows of 2014

After the conclusion of their upcoming U.S. tour with Slayer and Exodus, Suicidal Tendencies will be playing five shows on the west coast in December. According to their Facebook page, these will be the band’s last shows of this year, and the dates and locations can be found below.

Suicidal Tendencies released 13, their first album in 13 years, in March of 2013. Their bassist Tim “Rawbiz” Williams passed away in August; although the band still plans to tour with Slayer and Exodus, they have not yet announced a replacement for Rawbiz.