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Suicidal Tendencies

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Note: We began associating news directly with bands in late 2003. Therefore, earlier band news may not be listed on this page.

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Suicidal Tendencies Guitarist Jeff Pogan Quits

Jeff Pogan, rhythm guitarist of Suicidal Tendencies, has posted the below announcement via his Instagram:

“Hey guys,
I have decided to leave Suicidal Tendencies for personal reasons.
This means I will not be playing on any of the upcoming shows or tours.
I wish the guys the best of luck and am grateful for all of the experiences I had with them.

– Jeff“

Suicidal Tendencies themselves have not publicly addressed the matter yet. Pogan had been a band member since 2016. More...

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Suicidal Tendencies' New Album Coming In September

According to the Suicidal Tendencies drummer Dave Lombardo, the band will be releasing their thirteenth studio full-length this September. He confirmed the news via Twitter below:


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Suicidal Tendencies Canadian Tour Announced

Suicidal Tendencies' bassist Ra Diaz recently took a tumble off the stage during the group’s appearance at the ‘Download Festival‘ in Australia. Footage of that can be seen below:

In other news, Suicidal Tendencies announce a Canadian tour w/ Havok and Sick Of It All as supports on select dates. See below for the schedule:

w/ Havok:

07/17 Vancouver, BC – Vogue Theatre
07/19 Edmonton, AB – Union Hall
07/20 Calgary, AB – The Palace Theatre
07/22 Winnipeg, MB – The Garrick Centre

w/ Sick Of It All:

07/25 Toronto, ON – Rebel
07/26 Kitchener, ON – Elements
07/27 Montreal, QC – Parc Jean Drapeau (‘Festival 77‘)

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Dead Cross (Faith No More) Back In The Studio

Supergroup Dead Cross (Faith No More/Suicidal Tendencies/ex-Slayer/Retox, etc.) have been in the studio recently tracking new material with producer Ross Robinson (Korn, Slipknot) once again behind the boards. Judging by the pictures below they’ve been recording at Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl‘s Studio 606 in Northridge, CA.

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At The Gates Confirmed For Bloodstock 2018

The organisers of the Bloodstock Open Air festival has announced some more names, including Swedish melodic death metal pioneers, At The Gates, as well as groove metal originators Exhorder, who will play the Ronnie James Dio stage and Sophie Lancaster stage respectively, while joining Exhorder on the Sophie stage will be sludge metal outfit Weight Of The Tide and death metal group Sangre. The festival will take place at Catton Park, Derbyshire and will be held from August 9th - 12th.

The lineup is now as follows:

Ronnie James Dio Stage:
Judas Priest (Headliner)
Gojira (Headliner)
Nightwish (Headliner)
Emperor
At The Gates
Suicidal Tendencies
Devildriver
Kamelot
Combichrist
Mr. Big
Jasta
Bloodbath
Venom Inc.
Septicflesh
Wednesday 13
Fozzy
Orden Ogan
Memoriam More...

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Suicidal Tendencies To Release New EP In March

Suicidal Tendencies will release their new EP entitled “Get Your Fight On!” on March 09th. The EP will be one of two releases they have planned for 2018. In other news, the band have also booked a number of Australian appearances around their Australian/New Zealand festival dates. Check all dates below:

03/17 TBA, NZ – Storm The Gates Festival
03/21 Gold Coast, AUS – Coolangatta Hotel
03/22 Sydney, AUS – Metro Theatre
03/23 Brisbane, AUS – Eatons Hill Hotel
03/24 Melbourne, AUS – Download Melbourne
03/26 Adelaide, AUS – The Gov
03/27 Perth, AUS – Capitol

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The Rise Of L.A. Thrash Metal-Docu Out In January

An impressing list of musicians, record executives, journalists and more have taken part in the upcoming two-part ‘Inside Metal‘ documentary DVD, ‘The Rise Of L.A. Thrash Metal‘. Directed by Bob Nalbandian, the DVD will land on January 19th and showcases narration from Megadeth bassist David Ellefson.

Below you can watch a clip from the DVD in which Gene Hoglan (Testament, etc.) can be found discussing his first encounter with Metallica vocalist/guitarist James Hetfield back in 1981:

As the title suggests, the docu will focus on the early/mid-80s rise of thrash metal. Among those who were interviewed for the series are: More...

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Suicidal Tendencies Recording For New EP Finished

Suicidal Tendencies confirm that they recently finished up recording their new EP, which is expected to be out in the new year with more details to come.

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Dead Cross Debut New Music Video

Dead Cross - the band, which includes Dave Lombardo (ex-Slayer/Suicidal Tendencies), Justin Pearson (Retox/The Locust), Mike Patton (Faith No More/Tomahawk) and Michael Crain (Retox, Festival of Dead Deer) - have premiered their new music video for their song, "Church Of The Motherfuckers".

Comments bassist Justin Pearson of the Michael Panduro directed clip: More...

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Suicidal Tendencies Premieres New Music Video

Suicidal Tendencies premieres a new music video for "Living For Life", taken from the band's latest release "World Gone Mad", which was directed by Pep Williams and edited by Scott O'Malley for Guerilla Press. A new Suicidal Tendencies EP will be out this fall with further details still to come.

Check out now "Living For Life" below.

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Blackest Of The Black 2017 Lineup Revealed

This year marks the first Blackest Of The Black destination festival. The brainchild of Glenn Danzig, the event not only serves as a music festival, but as a cultural experience.

Coming to Oak Canyon Park in Silverado, CA in Orange County on Memorial Day Weekend, Friday, May 26th and Saturday, May 27th, Blackest Of The Black will host two music stages curated by Danzig, with performances by Danzig, Ministry, Suicidal Tendencies, Atreyu, Vamps, and many more.

The festival will be hosted by Full Metal Jackie and will feature camping, along with a number of sinister attractions including Castle Danzig -- a fully immersive walkthrough experience of agony, ecstasy and more, all based on the music and graphic novels of Glenn Danzig. Information on tickets, VIP packages, camping and more can be found at this location.

Glenn Danzig comments: “I first started Blackest in the early 2000s and finally my full vision is being realized. Get ready for sensory overload, from films to comics to Castle Danzig. This is going to be the real Blackest Of The Black."

The music lineup for Blackest Of The Black is as follows:

Friday, May 26: Suicidal Tendencies, Corrosion of Conformity, Suicide Silence, Discharge, Belphegor, Butcher Babies, 3 Teeth, and more to be announced!

Saturday, May 27: Danzig, Ministry, Vamps, Atreyu, Venom Inc, DevilDriver, Fear Factory, Marduk, Combichrist, Ghoul, Ritual, and more to be announced! More...

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Butcher Babies Hitting The Road With Megadeth

Butcher Babies will be hitting the road with Megadeth this fall as part of the "Dystopia" tour in North America. Also joining will be Amon Amarth, Suicidal Tendencies, and Metal Church.

The month long tour starts in Casper, WY on September 20 and concludes on October 16 in Camden, NJ. In addition to the tour, both Butcher Babies and Megadeth will be performing at this year's "Ozzfest Meets Knotfest" event, which takes place on September 24 & 25 in San Bernardino, CA

Speak about her enthusiasm for the upcoming tour, Butcher Babies vocalist Heidi Shepherd states, "We're incredibly honored to join forces with some of our idols, legendary musicians and bands! Megadeth is a staple in metal music and we can't think of a better way to round out our 2016 touring schedule than with these metal gods. Who didn't grow up with a Megadeth poster glued to your wall with dreams of dreams of sharing the stage with them. Bucket list... Check!" More...

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Suicidal Tendencies Premieres "Happy Never After"

Suicidal Tendencies premieres a new song entitled "Happy Never After", taken from the upcoming new album "World Gone Mad", which will be out in stores September 30th on CD, limited Blue double Vinyl and as digital download.

Check out now "Happy Never After" below.

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Suicidal Tendencies Premieres "Clap Like Ozzy"

Venice, California thrash/hardcore crossover veterans Suicidal Tendencies today premiere a new song entitled "Clap Like Ozzy," taken from the upcoming new album "World Gone Mad," which will be out in stores September 30th, 2016.

It will be will be the band's first release to feature former Slayer drummer Dave Lombardo and guitarist Jeff Pogan, who replaced Nico Santora in May. Check out now "Clap Like Ozzy" below.

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Agnostic Front Announces New Tour

New York hardcore group Agnostic Front has been confirmed for next year's installment of the Persistence Tour, which is set to kick off on January 18th in Berlin, Germany.

Agnostic Front is touring in support of most recent output, "The American Dream Died," which was released in April 2015 via Nuclear Blast. See the band live:

2017-01-18 Berlin (Astra Kulturhaus) DE
2017-01-19 Warsaw (Progresja) PL
2017-01-20 Brno (Sono) CZ
2017-01-21 Dresden (Eventwerk) DE
2017-01-22 Torhout (De Mast) BE
2017-01-23 Hamburg (Grosse Freiheit) DE
2017-01-24 Wiesbaden (Schlachthof) DE
2017-01-25 München (Backstage) DE
2017-01-26 Milano (Live Club) IT
2017-01-27 Lausanne (Les Docks) CH
2017-01-28 Oberhausen (Turbinenhalle) DE
2017-01-29 London (O2 Forum) GB More...

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Suicidal Tendencies Teases New Song

Suicidal Tendencies premieres a new song, taken from the upcoming new album "World Gone Mad" featuring former Slayer drummer Dave Lombardo on drums. The new album will be out in stores September 30th, 2016.

Check it out now below.

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Amon Amarth Announces Tour With Megadeth

This September and October, Swedish metal group Amon Amarth will return to the U.S. as direct support to Megadeth.

The tour, which runs from September 20th through October 16th, will also include Suicidal Tendencies, Metal Church, and Havok.

Comments Amon Amarth of the upcoming trek: "We are proud to be supporting the legendary and mighty Megadeth on their US tour in September! Sharpen your blades and bring out your drinking horns, because this will be a brutal show that no true metalhead should miss. Raise your horns!"

During the journey, Amon Amarth ill also join the likes of Slipknot, Slayer, Anthrax, and more on Sunday, September 25th as part of the annual Knotfest. See all confirmed dates below. More...

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Suicidal Tendencies Tap Ex-Slayer Drummer Lombardo

Suicidal Tendencies has announced that former Slayer drummer Dave Lombardo will be playing drums during the band's upcoming tour with Megadeth, Children Of Bodom and Havok.

States the band: "SxTx is beyond excited to announce the legendary Dave Lombardo will be playing drums for Suicidal on the upcoming Megadeth tour! You know what that means....it's gonna be CYCO and BRUTAL!!!"

Pictured...Dave Lombardo and Mike Muir. Photo by Pep WilliamsSxTx is beyond excited to announce the legendary Dave...

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Megadeth Premieres New Animated Music Video

Megadeth premieres a new animated music video for the band's latest single "The Threat Is Real", taken from the upcoming new album "Dystopia", which will be out in stores January 22nd.

Check out now "The Threat Is Real" below.

Megadeth will be out on a North American tour coming February with Suicidal Tendencies, Children Of Bodom and Havok. Check out all dates below: More...

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Sunday Old School: Suicidal Tendencies

Thrash metal is a hugely influential genre which brought the heavier side of metal to mainstream attention with some big names and albums back in the eighties. Many bands such as Hirax and Vio-Lence were as thrash metal as it gets, while some brought new ideas and new styles to the genre. Today's column looks at a band which did just that, one which went from gang associated skaters to thrash stalwarts with danceable bass lines. Of course, this could be no one else but the one and only, Suicidal Tendencies.

Suicidal Tendencies was formed in 1981 and was originally intended as just a party band by vocalist Mike Muir, but before long, their live notoriety and popularity had the group creeping to the front of the singer's life. What helped create such a buzz around Suicidal Tendencies was the rumours surrounding them, mostly that they were involved with gangs, in part due to Muir's blue bandana and in time, a gang that revolved around the group called Suicidal Cycos sprung up in California. The band, which also consisted of guitarist Mike Ball, Carlos "Egie" Egert on drums, and bass player Mike Dunnigan, soon recorded their first demo and appeared in the Surfpunks documentary, performing the songs, "Kill" and "Parents For Adoption." Egert left after the first recording and Mike Dunnigan's brother, Sean took his place, though both brothers left after their appearance on the Slamulation compilation. More...

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