Tag Archives: Suicidal Tendencies

Body Count Premiere Video For Suicidal Tendencies’ Cover Institutionalized

Body Count: Manslaughter

Body Count, the band featuring multi-talented Ice-T have premiered a video for their updated version of Suicidal Tendencies’ classic Institutionalized. The cover appears on their latest record “Manslaughter.” Please upgrade your browser

Kirk Hammett and Chuck Billy to Appear on New Exodus Album

Exodus: Blood In, Blood Out

Bay Area thrash metal legends Exodus today announced that there will be some special guests on their upcoming “Blood In, Blood Out” release, which is due out October 14, 2014 in North America. Testament frontman Chuck Billy will do guest vocals on BTK, one of the first songs recorded by returning vocalist Steve “Zetro” Souza,

Body Count Streaming Suicidal Tendencies’ Institutionalized Cover

Body Count Manslaughter

Ice-T’s Body Count is streaming a cover of the classic Suicidal Tendencies track Institutionalized, which will be featured on their new album, “Manslaughter.” Please upgrade your browser

Suicidal Tendencies Fan Dies After Stage Diving

Suicidal Tendencies

Here is some very sad news out of Switzerland as it has been reported that a fan has died from injuries sustained in a stage dive at a concert headlined by Suicidal Tendencies. The January 22, 2014 show was part of the Persistence Tour that also featured Terror, Strife and Evergreen Terrace. The newspaper Solothurner

Suicidal Tendencies Reveals New Album “13” Release Date, Announces Tour Dates With DRI and Sick of it All

Hardcore/metal band Suicidal Tendencies will be releasing a new studio album titled “13” on March 26, 2013 through Suicidal Records. This will be the band’s first output of original material since 2000’s, “Free Your Soul and Save My Mind.” Suicidal Tendencies will also be embarking on a tour across North America this April, which will

Metal Review – Cyco Miko – The Mad Mad Muir Musical Tour (2011)

To me, Suicidal Tendencies was always a mixed bag. Always unexpected and always fun, but not something that I can constantly listen to. When I say that Mike Muir was coming out with a solo album, I was very excited and this album has not disappointed with what I was expecting. Production-wise, The Mad Mad