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Suicidal Tendencies release video for “Living For Life”

Posted by Morgan Ywain Evans on Tuesday, June 27, 2017 at 1:04 PM (PST)

I guess Mike got his Pepsi, because Suicidal Tendencies are “Living For Life” in a new video that shows they are still the kings of skate punk and circle pit crossover for fun loving mooks everywhere. Some top notch Lombardo fills in this baby as well. It will fill you with thrashing nostalgia but also proves the life has far from gone out of this project.

The band says:

Check out “Living for Life”, the new video from Suicidal Tendencies from the album “World Gone Mad”.
Directed by Pep Williams, edited by Scott O’Malley for Guerilla Press.
It’s your life…live it! It’s easier to “find” excuses then to take action. Be STrong, Get Cyco!
Huge thanks to all the Suicidal Family Worldwide!
See you on tour around the world and look for the new SxTx E.P. coming out fall 2017.

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Show Review: Slayer, Suicidal Tendencies, Exodus in Albany, NY

Posted by Morgan Ywain Evans on Thursday, December 18, 2014 at 7:46 PM (PST)

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The most compelling work of the year was in doom metal, for the most part. From Electric Wizard to Yob to Castle and Witch Mountain the playing field was mostly ruled by thunderous, brontosaurus footprint sized-Sabbathian black worship, with the exception of Ex-Trouble singer Eric Wagner’s White Metal doomers The Skull (who nonetheless bettered most of the competition anyway). That said, thrash held down the legacy (Testament pun intended) of the genre well. It was a banner year for thrash, one of the best in memory. From Shrapnel’s charged The Virus Conspiracies to Iron Reagan and Hammercult to Exodus’ frenetic and feral reunion with Steve Souza (and Kirk Hammett, for that matter) there was much to get whiplash over.

The most anticipated thrash tour of the year was Slayer‘s return Stateside with Exodus and Suicidal in tow. The Albany, NY date at the Washington Avenue Armory was no let down, a high energy mug fest that made you remember all the reasons why you fell in love with these bands in the first place. It was a  communal strafing air blood raid but instead of a Copter or drone strike it was riff after riff falling like hail.

Click HERE for the review…SLAYYYERRR!!!

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luicidalI recently conducted an interview with former Suicidal Tendencies bassist Louiche Mayorga (pictured in the far right), who has resurfaced in a new band called Luicidal, which features his former S.T. bandmate R.J. Herrera on drums and chiefly performs songs by the legendary skate punk band. Luicidal, who has been together for almost a year, recently wrapped up a successful West Coast tour and has been working on an album, which we may not expect too soon.

In the interview, Lou and I talked about the history of Luicidal, the band’s upcoming debut album, his career in Suicidal Tendencies and the 30th anniversary of their iconic self-titled debut album. We also talked about Luicidal jamming with with Bob Heathcote, who replaced Lou just prior to the recording of the How Will I Laugh Tomorrow album, and what he had been up to in over the last 25 years since he left Suicidal.

Click here to see what Lou had to say.

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Live HD Video: Suicidal Tendencies in Slovenia (July 12, 2012)

Posted by Johnny X on Tuesday, July 17, 2012 at 4:35 PM (PST)

Last Thursday (July 12.2012) punk/metal crossover legends Suicidal Tendencies played a show at KC Mostovna, Nova Gorica in Slovenia. You can check out a 20min HD video of the show here.

Suicidal Tendencies’ last studio album was released back in 2000, though they reportedly have three albums in the can and ready for release.

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Biohazard announce co-headlining Euro tour with Suicidal Tendencies

Posted by KageDrummer on Wednesday, October 5, 2011 at 3:43 PM (PST)

California metalcore act, Biohazard, have announced they will be co-headlining the “Persistence  Tour” with Suicidal Tendencies. The European tour will last from January 20th through January 31st. They will also be supported by Terror, Lionheart, Crushing Caspars, and others to be announced. To see the full tour schedule click here.

Biohazard’s upcoming album “Reborn In Defiance,” will be released January 20th via Nuclear Blast.

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Suicidal Tendencies announce Japanese tour dates: Punk Spring Festival

Posted by Geoffy-Dee on Wednesday, December 8, 2010 at 12:38 PM (PST)

Punk Thrashers Suicidal Tendencies have announced three tour dates in Japan, alongside Andrew W.K., Pennywise and Good Charlotte as part of the Punk Spring Festival. They will be playing April 1st through 3rd in Nagoya, Osaka and Chiba respectively.

Suicidal Tendencies will also be touring Australia in 2011, with six tour dates in January.

For a complete list of tour dates, Click Here

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