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Luicidal to release new album “Born in Venice” in October

Luicidal ― a punk band featuring former Suicidal Tendencies bassist Louiche Mayorga ― have announced that their long-awaited second album Born in Venice will be released on October 12th via Cleopatra Records.

A press release reads, “The killer new album from Louiche Mayorga, the original bass player for Venice Beach, CA thrash punk legends Suicidal Tendencies and co-writer of that band’s most popular songs! 12 brand new tracks plus a very special Spanish language cover of the Suicidal classic “Institutionalized” featuring vocalist Ceci Bastida from the legendary Mexican ska-punk band Tijuana No! Avialble on both CD and limited edition blue vinyl!”

You can pre-order the record right here, and check out the track listing below.

Luicidal last released their self-titled debut album in 2014 on DC-Jam Records.



Luicidal announce “Canadian Invasion 2017” tour

Luicidal ― a project featuring former members of Suicidal Tendencies ― have announced a Canadian tour, titled “Canadian Invasion 2017”, which will begin on the last day of this month. The dates and locations can be seen in the poster above.

Luicidal last released their self-titled debut album in 2014 on DC-Jam Records. Back in January 2015, the band announced that they were writing new material for their second album. We’ll keep you posted as more details on the new Luicidal record come to light.



Live Video: Luicidal performing at Hallow’s Eve Metal Fest

Luicidal – featuring former Suicidal Tendencies bassist Louiche Mayorga and and drummer R.J. Herrera – performed live at Hallow’s Eve Metal Fest in Gardena, California last Saturday, which was Halloween. You can watch the performance below.

Luicidal last released their self-titled debut album a year ago on DC-Jam Records. The band announced last January that they had begun writing new songs for what appears to be their next record.



DS Photo Gallery: Hi-Fi Rockfest at Queen Mary’s Park (pt. 2 of 4) – Year of The Dragon, Dirty Filthy Mugs, Luicidal

words by anarchopunk, photos (and some words) by milhouse

Round two of the day-long Hi-Fi Rockfest in Long Beach the last Saturday in September is on display for curious eyes. After LA-based punk band True Rivals was another SoCal product, Year of The Dragon. This political hardcore five piece took the stage with alacrity and a definite purpose. I love hardworking bands that just come ready to work, lunch packed. The “A Wilhelm Scream work ethic”, if you will. While the music may have more metal and funk influences, the lyrics were 100% anger and angst punk, probably best compared to System of a Down or Tool. The songs were longer and a bit more meandering than true punk songs but that didn’t keep it from being a fantastic performance. The entire set was furious and the pace was frenetic, but between sets the lead singer, Dirty Walt would tell stories that settled things down a little and opened them up to the audience a little more. The best one was about his first girlfriend dragging him, against his will to his first punk rock show. Dead Kennedys/DOA/SIN at Longshoremen’s Memorial Hall in Wilmington, California back in ‘82. This show would end up putting its mark on the history of the punk rock scene, more for the events at the end of the show than for the talent that performed on the stage. The police, in full riot gear showed up and proceeded to gas the concert goers in an effort to battle the scourge that was punk rock music. Their rude arrival was not welcome and caused what amounted to a riot with multiple accounts of police brutality against the kids at the show. History lesson over. He continued, “As we left the show, I looked at her and said I’m in love!”. She replied “What? No, it’s way too early!” to which he retorted, “No, bitch! I’m talking about Punk Rock!” This guy is a total badass.

Following a little liquid therapy and some much needed rest in the shade came Dirty Filthy Mugs. This quintet also hails from Los Angeles, but their sound could just as easily have been bred on the streets of Boston. It’s drunken, brutal, hard as fuck hooligan street punk. I grew up on Social Distortion and Bad Religion but this is the music I was bred for. The only kind of music that can get you hyped up enough to voluntarily jump into the whirling violent abyss that is a pit at a street punk show, knowing full well that you can’t afford ObamaCare. When it comes to street punk, I’m from the camp that if the singer isn’t spitting all over the audience, the vocals aren’t aggressive enough. Lead singer Matt Wedgley looked to be a pretty angry vocalist. Only one way to find out for sure if he’s “spit legit” though, so I grabbed a beer and started my trek towards the stage. The horde had finally started to fill in a little although they were still mingling, tentatively back away from the action at the various tents so, my approach was unimpeded. I walked straight up to the guardrail which separated the riff raff from the crowd and took my position. Not long after I settled in, the furry frontman started slowly easing his way towards the apron where I was standing. I white knuckled the warm metal rail, locked eyes with him as he kept moving my way and started indignantly parroting what lyrics I could remember from earlier in the song right back at him. He came down even closer, off of the stage, at this point and knelt on top of the sound monitors a foot away maybe and screamed right back, directly in my face. Yup, sufficient enough spittle. It’s a beautiful thing! These guys were not even a blip on my radar and after their live show, I’m off to pay my penance on their website. They are the real deal, gang. Don’t wait to be blown away like I was.

Luicidal – featuring former Suicidal Tendencies bassist Louiche Mayorga and and drummer R.J. Herrera – was next on the bill, and there was definite curiosity in the air for the unacquainted. I was excited to see what was in store as this band has been on my radar since their debut self-titled release last year, and the guys sourced heavily from the debut, while shedding some light on a couple new songs slated for an upcoming album. With Mayorga driving much of the strings, it’s no doubt Luicidal shares some similar qualities as Suicidal Tendencies, blaring and ripping guitar riffs, hardcore/street blended with classic rough and gritty vocals. Indeed, the band opened their set with the classic ST song “War Inside My Head”. Someone was actually gracious enough to film part of the band’s set, and put it on YouTube for the entire world to see! Check it out here. Additionally, you can have a look at the band’s music video for their song “Kumbaya” here.

Have a look at all of the photos from Year of The Dragon, Dirty Filthy Mugs, and Luicidal’s performances below, and check back soon for part three!



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.



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.



Luicidal announce European tour with Crippled Fox

Luicidal ― a project featuring former Suicidal Tendencies members Louiche Mayorga and R.J. Herrera ― have announced their first-ever European tour, which is set to take place in May, and Hungarian thrashcore band Crippled Fox will serve as the supporting act. About the tour, Crippled Fox wrote:

“We know it’s still early but hell yeah, we gonna start to advertise this!

Hey All You European Cycos!

It’s time for LUICIDAL to tour Europe, so here it is!

Tour plan is in progress, dates and countries are 100 %, cities can be changed. Some of the cities is confirmed, but still need help with others. Please get in touch if you are interested. Any offer, help, idea, etc. please write us a private mail. Thanx!”

The dates and cities of the European tour can be found below.

Luicidal will release their self-titled debut album on October 14th through DC-Jam Records. Crippled Fox released their latest album More Fun! More Thrash last May, and you can download it for free on their Bandcamp page.



Luicidal reveal details of debut album “Luicidal”

Luicidal ― a project featuring former Suicidal Tendencies members Louiche Mayorga and R.J. Herrera ― have revealed the artwork and track listing of their highly-anticipated debut album, which is now called Luicidal, and will still be released on October 14th through DC-Jam Records. The album’s artwork can be seen above, while the track listing can be viewed below.

According to a press release, Luicidal will feature guest appearances by five members of Suicidal Tendencies (including Rocky George, Grant Estes and Amery Smith), Beowülf singer Dale Henderson and H.R. of Bad Brains, who is featured on the album’s last song “Kumbaya”.



Luicidal announce U.S. tour dates

Luicidal ― a project featuring Suicidal Tendencies members Louiche Mayorga and R.J. Herrera ― have announced a few shows they will be playing in the US next month. Dates and locations can be found below.

Luicidal will release their debut album No Mames on October 14th through DC-Jam Records. The album will feature guest appearances by former Suicidal Tendencies members Rocky George, Grant Estes, and Amery Smith as well as Beowülf singer Dale Henderson.



Luicidal to release debut album in October

Bassist Louiche Mayorga revealed on his Facebook page that Luicidal ― a project featuring himself and his former Suicidal Tendencies bandmate R.J. Herrera ― will release their highly-anticipated upcoming album No Mames on October 14th on DC-Jam Records. We’ll keep you posted as more details on the band’s new record come to light.

In related news, No Mames will feature guest appearances by former Suicidal Tendencies members Rocky George, Grant Estes, and Amery Smith as well as Beowülf singer Dale Henderson.



Eight new Luicidal songtitles revealed

Luicidal, featuring two former members of Suicidal Tendencies, have revealed at least eight songs that are expected to appear on their upcoming debut album, which is expected to be released later this year on DC-Jam Records.

The songs are called “Live for Today”, “Kumbaya”, “Changed World”, “Knife Fight”, “West Side Familia”, “Green Light”, “Sinister Love” and “Mexican Crabs”.

The still-untitled Luicidal debut album will feature guest appearances by former Suicidal Tendencies members Rocky George, Grant Estes, and Amery Smith as well as Beowülf singer Dale Henderson.



Luicidal sign to DC-Jam Records, aim for early 2014 release date for debut album

Luicidal, featuring two of the former members of Suicidal Tendencies, have inked a deal with DC-Jam Records and are hoping for a first quarter 2014 release for their debut album. Bassist Louiche Mayorga has commented on the signing:

“We’re recording at a studio and we posted pictures and Darron the president of DC-Jam Records saw the pics and inquired, it’s something were very grateful for…I had been wanting to do my “punk thing” for about a year and I had a new son at 48 and my girl gave her blessings to do it and it kinda snowballed with doors opening.”

In related news, the upcoming Luicidal album will include guest appearances by former Suicidal Tendencies guitarists Grant Estes (who played on their iconic 1983 self-titled debut album) and Rocky George (who was part of the band from 1984 to their first breakup in 1995).



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.



Luicidal (featuring former members of Suicidal Tendencies) in the studio

Luicidal, a new project featuring two of the former members of Suicidal Tendencies (Louiche Mayorga and R.J. Herrera),  just announced that they are in the studio recording their debut album. The band has given no details, except they posted a picture from the studio on their Facebook, and wrote the following:

“In the Studio with LUICIDAL!!!”

Luicidal’s bassist Louiche Mayorga was recently interviewed on Metal Riot. Go here to read the interview.