Suicidal Tendencies Stream New Song “Nothing To Lose”

Suicidal Tendencies are streaming a new song titled “Nothing To Lose.” This track is from the band’s new EP “Get Your Fight On!,“ which will be released on March 9.

“Get Your Fight On!” Track Listing:

01. “Nothing To Lose”
02. “Get United”
03. “iAuthority”
04. “Ain’t Mess’n Around”
05. “S.E.D.”
06. “I Got A Right” (Iggy And The Stooges cover)
07. “Get Your Right On!” (Acoustic Version)
08. “Get Your Bass On!” (Bass Instrumental)
09. “Get Your Shred On!” (Guitar Instrumental)
10. “Get Your Fight On!” (LP Version)

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Suicidal Tendencies To Release New EP “Get Your Fight On!” In March, Announce Australian Tour

Suicidal Tendencies have announced that their new EP “Get Your Fight On!” will be released on March 9. This will be the first of two releases the band have planned for 2018. In other news, they have also announced an Australian tour, which will take place around Australian and New Zealand festival dates:

03/17 TBA, NZ – Storm The Gates Festival
03/21 Gold Coast, AUS – Coolangatta Hotel
03/22 Sydney, AUS – Metro Theatre
03/23 Brisbane, AUS – Eatons Hill Hotel
03/24 Melbourne, AUS – Download Melbourne
03/26 Adelaide, AUS – The Gov
03/27 Perth, AUS – Capitol

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Suicidal Tendencies Premiere “Living For Life” Music Video, Plan To Release New EP This Fall

Suicidal Tendencies have premiered a new video for “Living For Life.” This song is from the band’s latest album “World Gone Mad.“ In other news the group also plan to release a new EP this fall.

Suicidal Tendencies’ Free Concert In Los Angeles, CA Gets Cut Short By Police

On June 4, Suicidal Tendencies played a free show in Los Angeles, CA as part of the unveiling of Mike Muir’s mural. Unfortunately, the band were only able to play four songs before the police shut things down due to audience members breaking through a security gate.

On another note, former Suicidal Tendencies bassist Robert Trujillo (Metallica) was present during the performance, and his 12-year-old son Tye Trujillo, who previously toured with Korn, got to jam with the band:

Soundcheck @tyetru #deanpleasants @davelombardo ST

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Suicidal Tendencies Announce 2017 Tour With Crowbar, & Havok

Suicidal Tendencies have announced a February/March tour with Crowbar and Havok. Check out the dates for that below.

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Tour Dates:

02/22 Santa Ana, CA – Observatory
02/23 San Diego, CA – Observatory
02/24 Tucson, AZ – Club X
02/25 Farmington, NM – Top Deck
02/27 Dallas, TX – Gas Monkey
02/28 San Antonio, TX – Paper Tiger
03/01 Houston, TX – White Oak Music Hall
03/03 Atlanta, GA – Masquerade
03/04 Ft. Meyers, FL – Harborside Events Center
03/05 Tampa, FL – State Theatre
03/07 Memphis, TN – New Daisy Theatre
03/08 Lawrence, KS – Granada
03/10 Denver, CO – Summit Music Hall Complex

Ex-Suicidal Tendencies Bassist Files Suit Over Unpaid Royalties

According to TMZ, ex-Suicidal Tendencies bassist Louiche Mayorga has filed suit against Frontier Records founder Lisa Fancher due to unpaid royalties. Apparently, he had to bug her for money he did get, and it was only an “arbitrary amount.” Now, he claims he receives nothing after she emailed him saying it was not a top priority. Mayorga was featured on the band’s self-titled debut, as well as “Join The Army.”

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