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Suicidal Tendencies frontman Mike Muir pays tribute to his friend Bill Paxton

Posted by on February 28, 2017

The movie world was shocked by the sudden untimely death of Twister, Aliens, Weird Science, Big Love and Frailty star Bill Paxton over the weekend (25). It has been reported his death was caused by complications from post heart surgery resulting in a fatal stroke. And among those paying tribute was longtime friend, Suicidal Tendencies frontman Mike Muir. Muir posted […]

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Ice-T and Body Count should be Institutionalized

Posted by on January 22, 2015

In 1983, Suicidal Tendencies wrote an anthem of disenfranchised suburbia on their first album. Anchored by Mike Muir’s speaking/ranting, the song is about a bored teen that gets committed to a mental institution by his parents. It’s a classic that can’t be improved upon. However, it can be updated, which Body Count did on last […]

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Five heavy David Bowie covers in honor of his birthday

Posted by on January 8, 2015

Today, David Bowie turned 68 years old. Be it the Thin White Duke, Ziggy Stardust, or just Bowie, he’s had an incredible career and continues to adapt and change his persona and musical style and still remain stylish, cool and relevant. That’s also due to the songs he’s written, many of which are timeless classics. […]

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Update: Slayer Confirms Tour With Suicidal Tendencies, Exodus

Posted by on January 21, 2014

Welp, now it’s official. The rumored tour consisting of Slayer, Suicidal Tendencies, and Exodus is no longer a rumor. Slayer has sent out a press release confirming a tour for the month of May, though there haven’t been any more dates confirmed besides the ones previously given. Some comments from the press release: “Can’t wait […]

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These freaks are here to party: Infectious Grooves playing another show

Posted by on November 14, 2013

One of the most popular sets at this past Summer’s Orion Music + More festival was the reunion of Infectious Grooves, initially a funk-metal side project of Suicidal Tendencies. While the band never technically broke up, interest fell way off after their disappointing second album, 1993’s Sarsippius’ Ark. Also, bassist Robert Trujillo joined some other band […]

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Now there’s a full episode of “Cooking Hostile with Phil Anselmo”

Posted by on October 25, 2013

Earlier this year, we all had a good laugh when Joey Siler and Pantera tribute band Good Friends and a Bottle of Whiskey created “Cooking Hostile with Phil Anselmo.” I mean, you can have your Vegan Black Metal Chef, because “Phil” was punning up a storm with the likes of Cemetery Crepes. Half a million views […]

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Orion Music + More Wraps Up Triumphant Second Year

Posted by on June 10, 2013

As soon as they announced the lineup of last year’s Orion Music + More Festival. it was apparent that Metallica were doing things differently. While anyone could have slapped together a solid two-day lineup of heavy bands, the world’s biggest metal band brought country, plenty of indie rock and a brass band to play the […]

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Infectious Grooves’ Original Lineup Reuniting At Metallica’s Orion Music + More 2013

Posted by on April 4, 2013

At last year’s Orion Music + More, Metallica bassist Rob Trujillo reunited with Suicidal Tendencies for a short set that also included songs from Infectious Grooves. Now fans will get to see a proper reunion, as the original lineup of Infectious Grooves will be performing at this summer’s edition of Orion. In case you’re not […]

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Amanda Palmer Covers Suicidal Tendencies

Posted by on March 26, 2013

While this isn’t new, on the day that Suicidal Tendencies release their first album in 13 years, it seemed appropriate. Amanda Palmer, the rock/cabaret performer perhaps best known outside of her sizable underground fan base for raising over $1 million on Kickstarter to find her new solo album (or maybe for her public battle to get […]

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Here’s That Cello And Woodwind Cover Of Suicidal Tendencies You Were Looking For

Posted by on May 30, 2012

Portland Cello Project and Alan Sparhawk of Low cover Suicidal Tendencies The Onion’s AV Club has been doing a pretty cool weekly series called Undercover, where artists come into their offices and cover a song from a pre-existing list. This week features one of the oddest ones they’ve done: Alan Sparhawk of shoegazey band Low […]

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