Last Known Status: Active
Latest Suicide Note News
Below is our complete Suicide Note news coverage, including columns and articles pertaining to the band. Some articles listed may be indirectly related, such as side projects of the band members, etc.
Note: We began associating news directly with bands in late 2003. Therefore, earlier band news may not be listed on this page.
Pelican has a bunch of touring, split releases and more video goodness upcoming. Here's an update from the band:
"So, folks, it has been quite awhile since a proper update on what's going on. We've been mostly taking Summer off, which is why there's been little to report. But we are revving into full gear for the Fall, so it's time to let you in on what's up our collective sleeves.
"First up to deck is our upcoming European tour with our trusted and talented labelmates Torche. Their new record 'Meanderthal' has been the soundtrack for the summer, and if their opening stint for Boris in Chicago was any indication folks had better ready to be pummeled with a combination of melody and pure heaviness. The tour begins September 12th and runs through October 12th. We will be hitting tons of places we've been before, but also a bunch of places we haven't. See our upcoming shows sections for more info. More...
Lords and Suicide Note will team up for a tour beginning later this month. Here are the latest tour dates:
6/21 Indianapolis IN @ Zanies Too (Dude Fest)
6/22 Cincinnati, OH @ Blue Rock Tavern
6/23 Johnstown, PA @ 709 Railroad St.
6/24 Baltimore, MD @ Talking Head
6/25 Richmond, VA @ TBA
6/26 Washington, DC @ The Red and Black Bar
6/27 West Berlin, NJ @ The Fly Trap
6/28 New York, NY @ TBA
6/29 Allston, MA @ Obriens Pub
6/30 Colchester, VT @ Wasted City
7/1 Oswego, NY @ Red Planet Skatepark
7/2 Rochester, NY @ Sakes Alive Space
7/3 Buffalo, NY @ Broadway Joe's
7/4 Ypsilanti, MI @ Andrews
7/5 Chicago IL @ Beat Kitchen
Black Market Activities has announcesd the addition of Sweet Cobra to its roster. The band's Hawthorne Street Records release, "Forever," will be reissued through Black Market Activities on June 24.
Sweet Cobra will play day two of "Dudefest" in Indianapolis on June 21 at Zanies Too.
"An admiration for '70s inspired groove rock and remnants of a hardcore driven past brewed the foundation for Sweet Cobra," states the press release. "The mind-boggling grooves and sludgy, down-trodden guitar riffs make avoiding toe-tapping nearly inescapable. Driven by murky grooves, Sweet Cobra incorporates the disgruntled fervor of hardcore as the finishing touch."
Sweet Cobra formed in 2002 with drummer Jason Gagovski (Suicide Note) and vocalist/bassist Botchy Vasquez (The Killer, Challenger). Guitarists Robert Lanham and Matt Arluck later joined on to complete the line up. The band made its debut on Seventh Rule Recordings with "Praise," introducing Sweet Cobra's boundary defying sound. Picking up where "Praise" left off is 2007's "Forever," originally released through Hawthorne Street Records. "Forever" offers eight songs, encompassing a similar reefer madness, with production by Greg Norman (Pelican, Russian Circles) and mixed by Sanford Parker (Minsk, Buried at Sea) at Volume Studios.
Sweet Cobra has shared the stage with Mastodon, Pelican, Converge, High on Fire, Isis, Coalesce and many, many more.
Chicago's Suicide Note has announced plans to finally record a new full-length. The group will begin tracking the effort in mid-January in Chicago with prolific engineer Kurt Ballou, prior to heading to Massachusetts to mix the album at Ballou's Godcity studios. No word yet on a release date.
Chicago band Suicide Note has announced plans to release a split with Lords in spring 2007 through Hawthorne Street Records. Suicide Note is also in the process of writing material for a new full-length. Meanwhile, the group has been remixing their debut recording, which originally surfaced as their 1999 demo. Kurt Ballou has been remixing the eight songs (in addition to a Black Flag cover) at his Godcity studios in Salem, MA. In related news, you can catch the band live at three shows in December:
12/21 Indianapolis, IN @ Secret Location w/ Young Widows, Race Bannon, You Will Die
12/22 Chicago, IL @ Subterranean w/ Pelican, Lichens
12/23 Chicago, IL @ Beat Kitchen w/ Pelican, Young Widows
Suicide Note (Ferret Music/Hawthorne Street Records) will enter Volume Studios (Pelican, Buzzoven) in Chicago to record new songs for an upcoming EP release. The new recording will feature guitar player Jason Golday's younger brother Justin, who has been added to the band's line-up. Meanwhile, select tour dates will soon be announced for this fall. In related news, the band's "Too Sick To Dance (Forever Fucked)" album is now available on limited edition deluxe vinyl through Arsenal Records.
Suicide Note have now finished their second full-length, including mixing and mastering. Entitled "Caucasia," the album will hit stores in October through Ferret Music. According to Ferret, "The monstrous sophomore effort finds them delving into their darker side. It's heavier and deeper than any of their previous efforts." Meanwhile, look for the group on tour with Hot Cross in September.
Ferret Records' Suicide Note and Hot Cross will be teaming up for a full US tour this September, with dates to be coming soon. Suicide Note's new album "Caucasia" will be released sometime this October.
Indiana band Suicide Note will be entering the studio in June to record their second full-length for Ferret Music. As has been the case with both of their previous releases, the group will record with engineer Kurt Ballou at his own Godcity Recording Facility. Suicide Note will also play a handful of shows in the East during that time period.