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SUICIDAL TENDENCIES – Video Update From The Road


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Den Headz, cross over thrash kings SUICIDAL TENDENCIES are currently making their way through the U.S. on their long-anticipated Join The Army/ Deja Vu Tour 2010. Check out the recently issued video update from the band HERE.

Said Hellbound of the band’s stop in Seattle: “…this show was not about recreating the past. It was about proving that the fighting spirit of Suicidal lives on. Their drive, their energy, their relentless positivity comes through in every single performance, every single song.” Added Oregon Music News of their performance in Portland: “When the set ended there were blood, sweat and tears shed, and in some cases all three. And that’s a sign of an epic metal show.”

SUICIDAL TENDENCIES U.S. Tour 2010 Remaining Dates

Join The Army/ Deja Vu Tour
11/02/2010 Pops – St. Louis, MO
11/04/2010 Meridioen – Houston, TX
11/06/2010 Palladium Showroom – Dallas, TX
11/07/2010 Fun Fun Fun Fest – Austin, TX
11/09/2010 State Theatre – Tampa, FL
11/10/2010 Firestone – Orlando, FL
11/12/2010 9:30 Club – Washington, DC
11/13/2010 Palladium – Worcester, MA
11/14/2010 Terminal 5 – New York, NY
11/15/2010 Altar Bar – Pittsburgh, PA
11/17/2010 Metro – Chicago, IL
11/18/2010 Cabooze – Minneapolis, MN
11/20/2010 Summit – Denver, CO
11/21/2010 Sunshine Theatre – Albuquerque, NM

The ST tour coincides with the No Mercy Fool!/The Suicidal Family record released in September via the band’s own Suicidal Records. The record features re-recorded tracks from SUICIDAL TENDENCIES’ second album, Join The Army originally released in 1987, as well as tunes from the second full-length from No Mercy, SUICIDAL TENDENCIES guitarist Mike Clark’s speed metal band (which found ST vocalist Mike Muir on vocals) from 1986. Also included is a new version of the classic ST track, “Possessed To Skate.”

“Cyco Miko and crew are clearly hungry with the way they played on this record…” — All Metal Resource

“If you aren’t a fan of this kind of music… you gotta either be stuck on stupid or a Lady Gaga fan. Now if you’ll all excuse me… my next bowl and dose of No Mercy Fool!/The Suicidal Family awaits me.” — The Metal Den

“[Dean] Pleasants is like a man possessed on ‘Join The ST Army’ and ‘The Prisoner,’ and his wah-wah licks burn like white hot coals on ‘Born To Be Cyco.’ ‘Something Inside Me’ almost sounds like a lost Ramones track, and ‘No Mercy Fool!’ and ‘We’re F’n Evil,’ though pretty infantile lyrically, have a raging, punk edge that bring to mind the early speed metal scene.” — Sea Of Tranquility

“…Mike Muir can still sing. He doesn’t sound anything like the 1987 Cyco Miko but that can’t be expected. And the drumming provided by Steve Brunner for the ST songs and Eric Moore for the No Mercy tunes is better than ever and that adds a new dynamic to the tunes…. quite an entertaining record leading into what should be a brand new Suicidal Tendencies record coming out in the near future.” — Popdose

“There’s really not too many bands currently playing this brand of crossover thrash, so it only makes sense that the ones doing it right are those around for crossover’s heyday.” — Metal-Rules

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