Tag: Suicidal Tendencies

Review: “Take ‘M To The Guillotine” by Cuttermess

Sometimes it takes time to get things how you want them to be. Recorded, mixed and mastered at the highly acclaimed Hearse Studio (Aborted, Wiegedood, Cytotoxin) by a band who feature in their ranks members and former members of no less than Octahedron, I Inside, Poseydon, Capital Scum, Roll The Dice, Los Vendettaz, Push Right Back, Aguynguerran

Riff Police! Pull Over! #116: Suicidal Tendencies Vs Cradle Of Filth!

1987 saw the second album “Join The Army” from American Crossover Thrash act Suicidal Tendencies appear four long years after their debut. Recorded with Lester Claypool at Record Plant Studios in Los Angeles California. Line up changes meant that while he never actually recorded any music, former guitarist Jon Nelson, who was in the band

Bootleg: Suicidal Tendencies at Java Rockin land!

That’s right, we’re heading back to 2013 for a headlining set from the highly influential Crossover Kings Suicidal Tendencies at Java Rockin Land. For those not in the know, that’s Carnival Beach in Anchol Jakarta. The set includes all the classics like the Body Count covered masterpiece “Institutionalized“, “Pledge Your Allegiance” and “Freedumb“. Who could

The Black Map #91: Fatal Collision from Glasgow!

In conversation with Road Mutant guitarist Tom Cronin, he mentioned not wanting to be pigeon holed as a Pizza Thrash band and wanting to avoid some of the cheese levels that have been reached by some of their peers. Well Glasgow Skate Thrash quartet Fatal Collision don’t give a s*** about that. After all, “Captain”

Bootleg: Suicidal Tendencies in Brazil!

“They stuck me in an institution, Said it was the only solution, To give me the needed professional help, To protect me from the enemy, myself” – Yes, you’ve guessed it, our favourite Suicidal Tendencies track is “Institutionalized”! Here’s a full set from the Crossover Kings on 8th December at Sao Bernardo de Campo in

Review: “From The Grave” EP by Cro-Mags

Having toured the World over since 1986’s seminal debut album “The Age Of Quarell“, a record introduced Thrash riffs to Hardcore Punk and made Cro-Mags arguably the forefathers of both Crossover Thrash and Metallic Hardcore. A hugely influential album, it gave them a career and brought through the likes of Machine Head, Sepultura, Hatebreed, Shadows

Review: “The Last Rager” by Municipal Waste

Richmond Virginia Crossover Thrashers Municipal Waste have been telling tales about alcohol, cannibalism, mutants and… Thrash since 2001 while joining both Thrash and Hardcore bands at shows all over the Globe. We had the pleasure of witnessing their live debauchery on The Persistence Tour and these Gentlemen know how to party! Six studio albums, three

Bootleg: Suicidal Tendencies at Bloodstock!

Bloodstock Open Air Festival have outdone themselves with a Pro-Shot full set from the legendary Suicidal Tendencies featuring former Slayer drummer Dave Lombardo! It was filmed at the 2018 incarnation of the annual event and released earlier today with the 2019 edition less than a month away!

Review: “Endless” by Scarlet Dress

Scarlet Dress are preparing to release their debut full length album “Endless”. Following successful singles “Lucid” in 2014 that gathered 90k worth of streams via itdjents.com’s YouTube channel, “Periscope” in 2016 with a guest appearance from Jeff Pogan of Suicidal Tendencies and sandwiched in between them EP “Prose Edda” in 2016. Comprising Multi-instrumentalist Sushant Vohra