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Suicidal Tendencies Announce Support Acts For Tour

Long-running Venice Beach, California thrash/punk band SUICIDAL TENDENCIES have revealed all the support acts for their upcoming West Coast tour which is scheduled to kick off November 17 in Tucson. The details are as follows:

Nov. 17 - Tucson, AZ - Rialto Theatre
Nov. 18 - El Paso, TX - Club 101
Nov. 19 - Albuquerque, NM - Launchpad
Nov. 21 - Los Angeles, CA - House Of Blues
Nov. 23 - Santa Ana, CA - The Galaxy
Nov. 24 - Ventura, CA - Ventura Theatre
Nov. 25 - Sacarmento, CA - Boardwalk
Nov. 27 - Portland OR Roseland Theatre
Nov. 28 - Seattle WA - El Corazon
Nov. 30 - Petaluma CA - Phoenix Theater
Dec. 01 - Glamis, CA – [to be announced]
Dec. 02 - San Francisco CA - Slim's
Dec. 05 - Las Vegas NV - House Of Blues
Dec. 07 - San Diego, CA - [to be announced]

Support acts:

Nov. 27-28 MUNICIPAL WASTE and locals

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Suicidal Tendencies Update Tour Schedule

California-based thrash/punk act SUICIDAL TENDENCIES have confirmed the opening acts for their upcoming tour. New dates have also been added. The band's itinerary is as follows:

17 - Tucson, AZ - Rialto Theatre
18 - El Paso, TX - Club 101
19 - Albuquerque, NM - Launchpad
21 - Los Angeles, CA - House Of Blues
23 - Santa Ana, CA - The Galaxy
24 - Ventura, CA - Ventura Theatre
25 - Sacarmento, CA - Boardwalk
27 - Portland OR Roseland Theatre
28 - Seattle WA - El Corazon
30 - Petaluma CA - Phoenix Theater

1 - Glamis, CA - tba
2 - San Francisco CA - Slim's
5 - Las Vegas NV - House Of Blues
7 - San Diego, CA - tba

5/6 - Chile (tba)

All November/December live are with MUNICIPAL WASTE. November 23rd-24th adds BLACK PRESIDENT. 25th adds THE HOODS. November 30th - December 5th adds CREEP DIVISION.

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Straight Edgers Banned After Fight At Diecast Show

According to an article from the Salt Lake Tribune, members of Diecast and Hatepiece have been attacked by Straight Edgers at a Midvale concert on Saturday. Solid Entertainment Promoter Bobby Baught now plans to exclude members of the anti-establishment group from future shows.

"Every band I talk to is worried to come to Salt Lake because they're worried about the Straight Edgers here," said Solid Entertainment promoter Bobby Baugh, who noted that the group, in most other communities, practices a lifestyle free of violence.

Baugh said he will have bouncers screen ticket holders at the door and keep out those who appear to be Straight Edgers.

No arrests have been made in the fight, in which several security guards and band members were injured. Officers from six agencies responded, but those involved in the fight had left.

Read the full article at Salt Lake Tribune.

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Diecast To Headline US Tour

The Boston-based quintet Diecast are set to embark on a headlining U.S. tour alongside The Hoods and Winter Solstice immediately following their stint on the Heavyweights of Hardcore tour. The trek kicks off on Jan. 20th and runs through Feb. 10th. The group's highly acclaimed new album, "Tearing Down Your Blue Skies," is now available. A new video for the track "Rise and Oppose" will be shot by Kevin Leonard (Himsa, Walls of Jericho) on Jan. 19th and look for it to makes it debut in late Feb.

Diecast just wrapped up a highly successful run on the Radiotakeover.com tour alongside E-Town Concrete, Devilinside and Twelve Tribes. Jeremy Wooden (bass) checks in with the follow tour wrap-up:

We just got back from the Radiotakeover tour with E-town Concrete, Twelve Tribes and almost Devilinside. It was amazing and we had a blast with all the bands. It started off slow with smaller shows, but all the kids who went out made us all feel like we were playing in front of thousands of fans. A lot of kids came up to us after the set saying that they were a bit skeptical about our singer change and new material (mostly due to internet gossip) but after seeing us live said we were way better than we've ever been. Stand out shows on the tour were definitely, New Jersey, Massachusetts, New York (Albany and NYC) and Pennsylvania (Allentown and Philly).

Thanks to the promoters (minus 2 or 3) who treated us very well, fed us, drank with us, etc. We'd also like to thank everyone who came out to interview us on the road. Except for the two shit-bags who decided to piss all over the sofa and our singers bag (your lucky I'm a pacifist now), you were all great to us. We also got a Monster energy drink sponsorship on the road, so that kept us nice and perky for the long drives.

Well, we are home to spend time with family and enjoy the holidays and then it's back on the road in January with legends Hatebreed and Agnostic Front. I've also been informed that Tony and Mike from Devilinside will be getting something new together so be on the lookout, those guys are amazing musicians and great guys. Have a great holiday and we'll see you on the road soon.

Click here to stream the video for "Medieval" shot by acclaimed director Dale Resteghini (Fear Factory, Hatebreed, Mudvayne).

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