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I have a new song stuck in my head: “Clap like Ozzy! Clap like Ozzy! Clap like Ozzy! Clap like a beast!” Hilarious! (see video below!)
Cyco Miko and his suicidal maniacs crew are back and they are wicked!
This is a brand new crew and an absolutely fabulous line-up. Behind the drum kit is a killer machine: Dave Lombardo (ex-Slayer, ex-Grip Inc., ex-Fantômas, ex-Philm, ex-Testament and still active member of Dead Cross and Misfits). Guitaris Dean Pleasants is still here (since 1996), and we’ve also got two other new talented musicians, guitarist Jeff Pogan and bass player Ra Díaz. (more…)
Mike Muir and his gang of suicidal maniacs are back!! This is the 13th Suicidal Tendencies release (although, the ninth studio album), with 13 new songs, 13 years since the last album (“Free Your Soul and Save My Mind” released in 2000), but the first without guitarist Mike Clark since 1987’s “Join the Army”. And it’s ferocious! Right between the classic Suicidal maniacal grindings and the killer Infectious Grooves flavour. As always. Although, last time was a lifetime ago and probably most of the nowadays headbanger kids don’t have a clue what the heck I’m talking about.
But once again, I have to notice that these “old guys” have a criminal sense of memorable melodies, have the guts to deliver killer and powerful riffs and murderous grooves, while most of the nowadays formed bands only delivering over-produced, but absolutely forgettable mass of noises. By the way, kind of sad, scary and alarming. (more…)