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Suicidal Tendencies to headline next year’s “Persistence Tour”

Crossover/hardcore punk icons Suicidal Tendencies have been announced as a headlining act for next year’s “Persistence Tour”, which will take place in Europe in mostly January. Also participating in the tour are TerrorEvergreen Terrace, Strife and Ramallah. All the dates can be found here.

Suicidal Tendencies’ latest album, 13, was released last March. It is their first studio album with all-new material since 2000’s Free Your Soul and Save My Mind, and is said to be the first of the three albums they completed back in November 2011.



Suicidal Tendencies to release Japanese collection in September

Crossover/hardcore punk icons Suicidal Tendencies have announced that they are going to release an eight-track Japanese compilation album called コレクション (which translates “Collection” in Japanese) on September 3rd on Valbergé Recordings. Pre-orders are available here.

コレクション will contain only songs from their Epic Records catalog, plus the previously-unreleased live track “War Inside My Head/I Want More”, which was recorded at The Ritz in New York on September 8, 1990, shortly before they participated in the European “Clash of the Titans” tour with Megadeth, Slayer and Testament. You can view the entire track listing here.

Suicidal Tendencies’ latest album, 13, was released last March. It is their first studio album with all-new material since 2000’s Free Your Soul and Save My Mind, and is said to be the first of the three albums they completed back in November 2011.



Riot Fest adds Off With Their Heads, Pixes TSOL, Suicidal Tendencies, Joan Jett and more

Riot Fest has added a whole bunch of bands to their already impressive line-up this year. Today’s announcement includes Joan Jett & The Blackhearts, Off With Their Heads, The Pixies, The Flatliners, Suicidal Tendencies, Andrew W.K., Hatebreed, TSOL, The Nativ, Hostage Calm, The Interrupters, New Beat Fund, and Pet Symmetry.

Day passes and schedules are out on Wednesday 24th July. For details and tickets head here.



Happy 30th anniversary to the first Suicidal Tendencies album!

Today is the 30th anniversary of the release of Suicidal Tendencies‘ self-titled debut album. In celebration of the anniversary, you can either listen to the self-titled album in its entirety or watch a video of the band’s April 1983 performance at The Rollerworks in Chatsworth, California here.

Suicidal Tendencies was originally released on Frontier Records on July 5, 1983. It has been hailed by critics as a classic hardcore punk album, and contains the classics like “Institutionalized”, “I Saw Your Mommy”, “I Shot the Devil”, “Two Sided Politics”, “Subliminal” and “Memories of Tomorrow”. The lineup for the recording was Mike Muir on vocals, Grant Estes on guitar, Louiche Mayorga on bass and Amery Smith on drums.

Suicidal Tendencies’ latest album, 13, was released last March. It is their first studio album with all-new material since 2000’s Free Your Soul and Save My Mind, and is said to be the first of the three albums they completed back in November 2011.



Luicidal reunite with Rocky George in the studio

Luicidal, featuring two of the former members of Suicidal Tendencies, are in the studio recording a new album, and their bassist Louiche Mayorga just posted an accompanying picture of himself and guitarist Ricky Reynaga in the studio with his former Suicidal Tendencies guitarist Rocky George, indicating that he will make a guest appearance on the record.

Go here to check out the photo.

No title or release date has been set for the upcoming Luicidal album, but when details surface, we’ll post them.



Roskilde lineup includes Henry Rollins, Voodoo Glow Skulls, Suicidal Tendencies

The lineup has been announced for Denmark’s Roskilde festival. Acts include Voodoo Glow SkullsSuicidal Tendencies, Henry Rollins, and many others. You can check out the full list here.



Suicidal Tendencies’ Mike Muir on the making of “13”

Mike Muir of Suicidal Tendencies was recently interviewed by Full Metal Jackie, where he talked about the making of 13, the latest album by the legendary crossover/hardcore punk band. Asked if the 13 songs that wound up on the album went through changes, Mike replied:

“When it came all down to it, it probably did, because we were close to 160 songs, but there were a lot of changes in the studio right up until the very end. I think if it hadn’t been so long, we probably would still be recording right now, but we actually kind of enjoyed that process. Putting records out isn’t very fun, but recording is fun.”

Then he added, “I think one of the things is the way music is now and doing your own thing. It used to be you put out a record and you went on tour for a year or so, you got back, took a little time off and then you went in the studio and recorded 15 or 20 songs and you picked them and put it out. I don’t think that is necessarily the way things are anymore, and the fact that things don’t sell or anything like that. Then it gets to the point like, “Why are we putting out something and kind of defend it, in a sense, because all of our records always get attacked when it’s something we love.” Ten years ago, we got our own studio and we have that ability where it’s not like, “Okay, we got three or four weeks, we have to get everything done and then that’s it.” You’re able to go into the studio anytime and write, and when you do that, you’re not sitting there going, “How’s this song going to fit in on a Suicidal record?” You just record and you do what you like and you have a lot of fun. I think it was at the end when it started getting to so many years where we were like, “We need to kind of get this done.””

You can read the rest of the interview here.

13 was released last March. It is their first studio album with all-new material since 2000’s Free Your Soul and Save My Mind, and is said to be the first of the three albums they completed back in November 2011.



Suicidal Tendencies to tour Europe this summer

Crossover/hardcore punk legends Suicidal Tendencies, who just recently finished their U.S. tour with D.R.I.Sick of it All, and Wake the Dead, have announced a run of European shows, which will take place in July and August. All the dates can be found here.

Suicidal Tendencies’ latest album, 13, was released last March. It is their first studio album with all-new material since 2000’s Free Your Soul and Save My Mind, and is said to be the first of the three albums they completed back in November 2011.



Mike Muir talks to Colorado’s 94.3 KILO about new Suicidal Tendencies album

Jack Mehoff of the Colorado Springs, Colorado radio station 94.3 KILO recently interviewed Suicidal Tendencies frontman Mike Muir, who talked about the band’s long-awaited new album 13, which finally arrived last month. Go here to listen to the interview.

13 is Suicidal Tendencies’ first studio album with all-new material since 2000’s Free Your Soul and Save My Mind, and is said to be the first of the three albums they completed back in November 2011.



Original Infectious Grooves lineup to reunite at “Orion Music + More”

Infectious Grooves, a side project by Suicidal Tendencies‘ Mike Muir, have announced that the original lineup is getting back together for at least one performance at this year’s “Orion Music + More” festival, hosted by the heavy metal legends Metallica. The festival will take place June 8-9 at Belle Isle in Detroit, Michigan.

The original lineup of Infectious Grooves, which lasted from 1989 to 1992, consisted of Muir on vocals, Dean Pleasants (Suicidal Tendencies) on guitar, Adam Siegel (Excel) on guitar, Robert Trujillo (who was also a member of Suicidal and is now in Metallica) on bass and Stephen Perkins (Jane’s Addiction) on drums. This was the lineup that recorded the band’s 1991 classic debut album The Plague That Makes Your Booty Move…It’s the Infectious Grooves. Former Faith No More guitarist Jim Martin will be filling in for Siegel at the reunion show.

You can watch a video of Robert Trujillo talking about the reunion here.



10 things you probably didn’t know about Mike Muir (Suicidal Tendencies)

Everybody in the punk (and metal) scene knows who Mike Muir is. Whether you love or hate his band Suicidal Tendencies, who released a new album earlier this week, you might know a good amount of trivial information about the guy who “wanted a Pepsi” back in 1983 and is famous for wearing a bandana. To test your knowledge, we thought it would be fun to put together a list of 10 things most people probably don’t know about this iconic skate punk singer.

Go here to test your knowledge.



New Song: Suicidal Tendencies – “This World”

The new Suicidal Tendencies album 13 doesn’t come out until Tuesday, but Grammy.com has premiered one of the album’s songs “This World”. Go here to check it out.

13 will be Suicidal Tendencies’ first studio album with all-new material since 2000′s Free Your Soul and Save My Mind, and is apparently the first of the three albums they completed back in November 2011. Shortly after the release of 13, the band will embark on a month-long U.S. tour with D.R.I.Sick of it All, and Wake the Dead.



Music Video: Suicidal Tendencies – “Cyco Style”

Skate punk/metal crossover legends Suicidal Tendencies have premiered a music video for their new song “Cyco Style”, taken from their long-awaited new album 13, due out on March 26th. Go here to check it out.

13 will be Suicidal Tendencies’ first studio album with all-new material since 2000’s Free Your Soul and Save My Mind, and is apparently the first of the three albums they completed back in November 2011. Shortly after the release of 13, the band will embark on a month-long U.S. tour with D.R.I.Sick of it All, and Wake the Dead.



Mike Clark (ex-Suicidal Tendencies) resurfaces in new band

Former Suicidal Tendencies guitarist Mike Clark, who quit the band last summer, has resurfaced in a new band called Waking the Dead with an unidentified lineup. Waking the Dead is supposedly a new name for his pre-Suicidal band No Mercy, whose name is now trademarked by WWE. Clark states:

Some of you may be wondering what I’ve been up to for the last seven months or so. Well, I’ve always had a dream of fronting my own band, that is playing both rhythm and lead guitars and singing which is why I left Suicidal in June to recreate the band I founded in 1985, No Mercy. Unfortunately I cannot use the name No Mercy, as it’s been trademarked by WWE, so we are now calling the band Waking the Dead. We are re-releasing the No Mercy original album, which Mike Muir sang on with two additional tracks, also featuring Muir on vocals to let you know where and how the band would sound had it kept going. Also, I, with Waking the Dead, have been given the great opportunity to open the show for Suicidal’s upcoming tour this April, which is a great honor for us. After that, look forward to a Waking the Dead full-length album in the near future. 

Once again, I can’t tell you how excited and honored I am to hit the stage again! So get ready for your ears to bleed, that head to bang and that slam pit to go off!!”

Suicidal Tendencies, without Clark, are set to release their long-awaited new album 13 in a few weeks.



Suicidal Tendencies change name of new album, reveal track listing, post teaser

Suicidal Tendencies have apparently changed the name of their long-awaited new album, which will now be called 13 not Who’s Afraid. The album is set for release on March 26, 2013. A teaser for the album’s first video, “Cyco Style”, directed by Pep Williams, can be viewed here as well as the track listing.

13 will be Suicidal Tendencies’ first studio album with all-new material since 2000’s Free Your Soul and Save My Mind, and is apparently the first of the three albums they completed back in November 2011. Shortly after the release of 13, the band will embark on a month-long U.S. tour with D.R.I.Sick of it All, and Wake the Dead.