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SUICIDAL TENDENCIES First Album in 13 Years + New Video

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Just in time for the band’s 30th anniversary, Suicidal Tendencies will release their first new music in over 13 years rightfully titled, 13.

Check out tour dates, album track listing and the music video for their new track ‘Cyco Style’ below.

Track listing:

  1. Shake it Out
  2. Smash It! (feat. Larry Linkogle and Jimmy Fitzpatrick of the Metal Mulisha)
  3. This Ain’t a Celebration
  4. God Only Knows…Who I Am
  5. Make Your Stand!
  6. Who’s Afraid?
  7. Show Some Love…Tear It Down (feat. Pro skaters Danny Way, Tony Trujillo, Steve and Alex Olson, Vincent Alvarez, Elijah Berle and Jim “Red Dog” Muir)
  8. Cyco Style
  9. Slam City
  10. Till My Last Breath
  11. Living the Fight
  12. Life…(Can’t Live With It, Can’t Live Without It)
  13. This World

SUICIDAL TENDENCIES Slam City Tour Dates with Various Support:
4/11 San Francisco, CA @ The Regency Ballroom (W/ MADBALL, WAKING THE DEAD)
4/12 Reno, NV @ Knitting Factory (W/ MADBALL, WAKING THE DEAD)
4/13 Salt Lake City, UT @ In The Venue (W/ WAKING THE DEAD, TBA)
4/14 Denver, CO @ The Summit Music Hall (W/ MADBALL, WAKING THE DEAD)
4/16 Minneapolis, MN @ Mill City Nights (W/ DRI, WAKING THE DEAD)
4/17 Chicago, IL @ House of Blues (W/ DRI, WAKING THE DEAD)
4/19 Philadelphia, PA @ Electric Factory (W/ SICK OF IT ALL, DRI, WAKING THE DEAD)
4/20 New York, NY @ Best Buy Theater (W/ SICK OF IT ALL, DRI, WAKING THE DEAD)
4/21 Worcester, MA @ The Palladium (New England Metal and Hardcore Festival)
4/23 Patchogue, NY @ The Emporium (W/ DRI, WAKING THE DEAD, THIS IS HELL)
4/24 Baltimore, MD @ Baltimore Soundstage (W/ SICK OF IT ALL, DRI, WAKING THE DEAD)
4/26 Charlotte, NC @ Amos’ Southend (W/ DRI, WAKING THE DEAD)
4/27 Atlanta, GA @ The Masquerade (W/ DRI, WAKING THE DEAD)
4/28 Charleston, SC @ The Music Farm (W/ DRI, WAKING THE DEAD)

SUICIDAL TENDENCIES Tour Dates with SICK OF IT ALL, WAKING THE DEAD:
4/30 St. Petersburg, FL @ State Theatre
5/02 Miami, FL @ Grand Central
5/03 Orlando, FL @ The Plaza Live
5/06 Houston, TX @ House of Blues
5/07 Dallas, TX @ Granada Theater
5/09 Albuquerque, NM @ Sunshine Theater
5/10 Tempe, AZ @ The Marquee
5/11 Pomona, CA @ The Fox Theater
5/12 San Diego, CA @ House of Blues

 

For more information on SUICIDAL TENDENCIES, please visit these websites:
www.facebook.com/suicidaltendencies
www.myspace.com/suicidaltendencies
www.twitter.com/OFFICIALSTIG
www.suicidaltendencies.com

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PZB x PUZL with Death by Electro Present: LAMP – Feb. 28th, 2013

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FREE BEFORE 10:30PM w/ RSVP

PLEASE RSVP HERE

[ $5 BEFORE 10:30PM without RSVP ] + [ $10 AFTER 10:30PM ]

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Doors 8:30PM

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Lineup:

BEACH LIFE KINGS

www.beachlifekings.com

CANYON CODY (SUBSUELO)

http://www.subsuelo.org/

JEFF DEVOE (OH SH!T)

https://soundcloud.com/oh-shit

http://www.ohshitmusic.com/

JOSH BROOKS (PZB)

http://djpzb.com/

JEREMY BURKE (LOUD VILLAGE)

http://www.loudvillage.com/category/music/

DJSB (LAMP)

DANGER BOY (LAMP)

SPONSORS:

LAMP – http://losangelesmusicproject.com/

DEATHBYELECTRO – http://www.deathbyelectro.com/

PUZL – http://sovlethispuzl.com/

PZB – http://djpzb.com/

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For the Love of Art – February 13th NYC Events

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Love is in the air and I’m slowly crawling out of the cave of my extended winter hybernation: just in time for two much anticipated events. 

The first is Single Fare 3, the third installation of the series brought to you by Michael Kagan and Jean-Pierre Roy, which invites artists to imaginatively transform a utilitarian New York City MetroCard into a pocket-sized work of art.  The show opens at 6pm (tomorrow) February 13th at RH Gallery

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Then, starting at 9pm at Kraine Gallery , Dina Brodsky and Bonnie DeWitt bring us “Ladies” a show comprising artwork by all women: a little Galentines treat just in time for February 14th. 

Thankfully, Punxsutawney Phil didn’t see his shadow.  Early Spring?  I say, bring it on.

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The Knife – Full of Fire – Short Film

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The Knife released a short-film by Marit Östberg for the first single off their forthcoming album Shaking The Habitual which is full of themes that we know so well from the brother-sister duo. Anti-establishment, political, anti-hate, pro-LGBT are fully prominent, especially now that they have reached critical mass and exposure; they have a larger platform to express their views and make a statement. They’ve already announced their European tour dates on their website http://theknife.net with US dates to follow soon.