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Early Career, Controversy, & First Hiatus (1981–1986)

Suicidal Tendencies formed in 1981 as a punk band in Venice, California. The original lineup of the band consisted of Mike Muir on vocals, Mike Ball on guitar, Carlos "Egie" Egert on drums, and Mike Dunnigan on bass. After the recording of their first demo, Carlos Egert left the band and was replaced by Dunnigan's brother, Sean. Muir, at the time a student at Santa Monica College, originally only intended Suicidal Tendencies as a "party band" Read more on Last.fm

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December 4th, 2010

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Christmas shopping is probably the only thing we hate about Christmas. It is rubbish. Shops become crowded with idiots. It’s cold. We can never find a suitable present for our Daily Express-reading uncle who lives alone and breed budgerigars as a hobby. In short: Christmas shopping is a right-royal pain in the arse.

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Download Festival announces 14 new bands; pub talk reveals 1 more?

April 21st, 2010

Download Festival has announced Suicidal Tendencies, Skin (the band or the woman? We don’t really know – or for that matter care), Genitorturers, Killing For Company, Godsized, Max Raptor, The Morning After, Ben Poole, Funeral Party, Imicus, The Humour, The Dead Lay Waiting, T-34 and esOterica have all been added to their line-up for Donington this summer. About half of those bands will be playing on The Red Bull Bedroom Jam Stage (aka The Tiny Shitty Fourth Stage), which is hardly surprising considering most of them are A) tiny, and B) shitty.

Apparently The Plight are confirmed for the festival as well. We got that little tidbit in a pub last weekend though when we were a fair few pints in, rather than cribbing it off a press release, so who knows if that’s legit or not?

Photos: Hammerfest 2010 @ Pontin’s, Prestatyn – Day 3

March 21st, 2010

We had to pick a Sabaton shot to head Gary Wolstenholme’s final photo set from Hammerfest 2010. Seriously, go check the other shots of the band in the gallery after the jump, and you’ll see what we mean. Jesus fucking Christ, look at the posing! We can’t even think up something mocking to say about it, such is the extent that our minds have been blown.

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