The tour celebrates the band's 40th anniversary.
US thrash/hardcore punk outfit Suicidal Tendencies have announced a run of Australian tour dates to correspond with their 40th anniversary, in addition to their headlining slot at Adelaide’s Froth And Fury Festival.
Froth And Fury has quickly become one of the most impressive line-ups on the Australian festival calendar this year, catering to fans of all types of heavy music – recent additions include local legends Windwaker, Reliqa and Ocean Grove and Germany’s Beyond The Black for their first-ever Australian show.
This November, you can catch Suicidal Tendencies on their Still Cyco Punk After All These Years tour – playing their 1983 self-titled debut album in full – in Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne and Adelaide.
Spearheaded by founding member Mike Muir, the 2023 Suicidal Tendencies line-up is something of a supergroup, comprising Ben Weinman (The Dillinger Escape Plan, Better Lovers), Dean Pleasants, Tye Trujillo (son of the one and only Robert Trujillo, who previously enjoyed a stint in the band), and newest member, drummer Greyson Nekrutman.
Suicidal Tendencies will begin their Australian tour on Saturday, 11 November, at The Triffid in Brisbane, Sydney’s Metro Theatre on Thursday, 16 November, Melbourne’s Croxton Bandroom on Friday, 17 November, and head to Adelaide for Froth And Fury on Saturday, 18 November.
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Tickets to the band’s headlining shows on the East Coast go on sale this Thursday, 3 August, at 10 am local time via the Suicidal Tendencies website.
At Froth And Fury, Suicidal Tendencies will be joined by fellow co-headliners The Butterfly Effect, Sunk Loto playing Between Birth & Death in its entirety, RedHook, Alien Weaponry, Caligula’s Horse, Lagerstein, Mirrors, and many more.
“When I was much younger, I didn’t think I would make it to 30 years old,” Mike Muir admitted in a 2016 Kill Your Stereo interview.
He continued, “For us now, and for what we’ve done, I can say that this is the most fun I’ve had in the band. I’m very fortunate to be around the same people who are all having the same goal. Honestly, this is actually the first time that I’ve had fun in the band. It's a band filled with people that I actually like, and we’re all pulling in the same direction.”
Suicidal Tendencies last visited Australia in March 2018 as part of Download Festival and played five sideshows on their Get Your Fight On! tour.
Saturday, 11 November: The Triffid, Brisbane
Thursday, 16 November: The Metro Theatre, Sydney
Friday, 17 November: Croxton Bandroom, Melbourne
Saturday, 18 November: Froth And Fury Festival, Adelaide
Tickets from frothandfuryfest.com