Tag: Suicidal Tendencies

Review: “Horizon” by Crowdown

It’s not often that a debut EP will have as solid a team behind it as this but “Horizon” was recorded and mixed at Grindlab Studios in Vienna, Austria with Harry Gandler, also know for his work as the guitarist of Mastic Scum before being mastered by Patrick W. Engel who produced albums with Heaven

Review: “Sandmine” by (hed)p.e.

Last years well received “Class Of 2020” which was released on the 20th Anniversary of their seminal album “Broke” was supposed to be their last record in a while but when drama hits, (hed)p.e. frontman and mastermind Jared Gomes gets inspired and we’ve certainly had plenty of that. Recorded at Gomes’s home studio in Idaho,

Bootleg: Suicidal Tendencies in Eindhoven!

Pro-shot by Nick Tronckoe Media, here’s a full set from Crossover Thrash maniacs Suicidal Tendencies at The Sound Of Revolution Fest in Eindhoven Netherlands in 2018. The Cycos have been announced as main support for Bad Religion on their 41st Anniversary European tour with Millencolin also appearing on various dates with some pretty impressive venues

Review: “Lessons Through Pain” EP by Ripped Away

Recorded, mixed and mastered by Mike Aten at The Attic and with artwork by Mark De Gruchy at Landmine Designs, “Lessons Through Pain” was released in August 2018 and marks the debut EP from Scranton Pennsylvania Hardcore act Ripped Away. Since it’s appearance, they’ve gained a reputation for a high energy live show and followed

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