Suicidal Tendencies


Line-up

1981-  Mike Muir - vocals
1997-  Dean Pleasants - lead guitar
2002-  Steve Brunner - bass
2012-  Nico Santora - guitars
2014-  Thomas Pridgen - drums
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1981-1982  Mike Ball - lead guitar
1981-1982  Mike Dunnigan - bass
1981-1982  Carlos Egert - drums
1982  Sean Dunnigan - drums
1982  Andrew Evans - bass
1982-1983  Grant Estes - guitar
1982-1984  Amery Smith - drums
1982-1987  Louiche "Louis" Mayorga - bass
1983  Rick Battson - guitar
1983-1984  Jon Nelson - guitar
1984-1991  Ralph J. Herrera - drums
1984-1995  Rocky George - guitar
1987  Ric Clayton - bass
1987-1989  Bob Heathcote - bass
1987-2012  Mike Clark - rhythm guitar
1989-1994  Robert Trujillo - bass
1992-1995  Jimmy DeGrasso - drums
1997-2002  Brooks Wackerman - drums
1997-2002  Josh Paul - bass
2001-2008  Ron Brunner, Jr. - drums
2008  Dave Hidalgo Jr. - drums
2008-2014  Eric Moore - drums
2012-2014  Tim Williams - bass
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1992  Josh Freese - drums
2008  Dave Hildago Jr. - drums
2016  David Vincent "Dave" Lombardo - drums

Discography

1982 Demo 1 [Demo]
1982 Demo 2 [Demo]
1987 Possessed To Skate [Single]
1988 Trip At The Brain [Single]
1988 Institutionalised [Single]
1988 Surf & Slam /Pledge Your Allegiance [Single]
1990 Send Me Your Money [Single]
1990 A Wake-Up Call For The '90s [VA]
1992 F.N.G. [Compilation] 8.8
1992 I'll Hate You Better [Single]
1992 Asleep At The Wheel [Single]
1992 Monopoly On Sorrow [Single]
1993 Rock Hard Presents Tough Enough [VA] 8
1993 Grunge Rock [VA]
1993 I Saw Your Mommy [Single]
1993 A Punk Rock Block Or 3 Songs, 3 Minutes [Single]
1994 Love Vs. Loneliness [Single]
1997 Prime Cuts [Compilation] 7.9
2010 Live At The Olympic Auditorium [DVD] 6.5
2010 No Mercy Fool!/The Suicidal Family [Compilation] 8.3
2013 コレクション [Compilation]

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Suicidal Tendencies was one of the more influential and important bands of the hard core/thrash cross over. Their first two release - the absolutely ripping self titled debut and the decent "Join the Army" were punk records with decidedly metallic...   Review by BitterCOld ››
HHEeeahahwhah-haaahaahaa-heee-wahhh-ahhahahaha!

The album opens up with about 15 seconds of diabolical laughter and cacophony before Suicidal Tendencies unleash a hard core punk meets metal hurricane. This album is intense. It is a sonic atomic bomb....   Review by BitterCOld ››

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