You can tell just by their moniker that this band isn'tshy about shaking things up
a little. Suicidal Tendencieshavebeen rattlingthe music scene since the early 80s and haven't dulled with age. In 1983 the
bandformed in Venice, California, and joined the metal music world with the sounds of punk. Since then, Suicidal Tendencies
have made quite a name for themselves for their music and on-stage antics. Suicidal Tendenciesconcert ticketsare on sale now
and you better get yours quick before both punk fans and metal heads snatch them all up to see this crossover band live.You
can catch them at venues like the Washington Avenue Armory in Albany, New York; Sands Bethlehem Event Center in Bethlehem,
Pennsylvania; The Palladium in Worcester, Massachusetts; The Wellmont Theatre in Montclair, New Jersey; Tower Theatre in Upper
Darby, Pennsylvania; Agora Theatre in Cleveland, Ohio; Murat Egyptian Room in Indianapolis, Indiana; The Fillmore in Detroit,
Michigan; Summit Music Hall in Denver, Colorado; Knitting Factory in Reno, Nevada; and the Hard Rock Live in Las Vegas, Nevada.
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Suicidal Tendencies Background
the helm of Suicidal Tendencies is Mike Muir. The band took shape over three decades ago in Venice, California, initially
appealing to the skateboard crowd, serving as a driving force behind the development of the skatepunk phenomenon. They eventually
evolved into purveyors of thrash metal. In those days, Suicidal Tendencies also garnered the reputation as being associated
with violent gangs. This bad rap affected their ability to get gigs. But on the other hand, it worked in their favor. The
noise coming fromthe underground scene was too overpowering to disregard. They inked a deal with the Frontier label and released
their eponymous effort in 1983. The album spawned the hit "Institutionalized," which garnered heavy airplay on MTV. The song
also made its way to the big screen. It was used in the film, Repo Man. Even though Suicidal Tendencies blazeda trail for
other thrash metal bands, they still found themselves as lepers in the music industry in the early days. No other record label
was willing to take a chance on them. For many years, the band remainedquiet but eventually they landed a contract with Caroline
Records. Join the Army was issued in 1987, which yielded "Possessed the Skate," another hit popularized by the skatepunk crew.
Epic eventually took them on and the band dropped How Will I Laugh Tomorrow When I Can't Even Smile Today, which highlighted
their evolutionfrom hardcore to heavy metal. Lights, Camera, Revolution (1990) arrived next, which proved to be successful
as well.As the 90s wore on, Suicidal Tendencies released The Art of Rebellion (1992); Still Cyco After All These Years (1993);
Suicidal for Life (1994); and Freedumb (1999). Their latest album 13, hit the streets in 2013. Suicidal Tendencies are still
drawing in the crowds todayandare credited for inspiringgroups like Sepultura, Slipknot, Staind, Green Day, Jane's Addiction
and more, along the way.
Suicidal Tendencies Albums
As "the fathers of crossover thrash," Suicidal Tendencies
have released several studio albums, along with split albums and compilation albums. They rose to fame with their self-titled
premiere album in 1983, which generated the single "Institutionalized." That single was credited for being one of the original
crossover videos to garner tremendous airplay on MTV. Suicidal Tendencies has nearly a dozen albums under their belt, most
recently 13, which arrived in 2013.
Suicidal Tendencies Trivia
It's pretty bad when a big city like L.A.
forbids a band to play. But that's exactly what happened to Suicidal Tendencies. During the 80s, the band wasn't allowed to
play in Los Angeles. The ban was lifted in the early 90s.
Suicidal Tendencies Concert Experience
by groups like Black Sabbath, The Germs, Black Flag, the Circle Jerks, China White, Motorhead, and more, Suicidal Tendencies
know how to get a crowd pumped up, and this is something you won't want to miss out on seeing live. The band thatbridges the
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