SUICIDAL TENDENCIES Films 'Come Alive' Video
Venice Beach, California thrash/punk band SUICIDAL TENDENCIES recently shot a video for a brand new song called "Come Alive" with director Glen Bennett (DROWNING POOL, FINGER ELEVEN, SEVENDUST).
Fan-filmed video footage of SUICIDAL TENDENCIES performing "Come Alive" on October 26, 2008 in Biarritz, France can be viewed below.
During an exclusive "Headbanger's Ball" 20th anniversary podcast interview with MTV's Headbanger's Blog, SUICIDAL TENDENCIES frontman Mike Muir talked about his memories of the "Ball", the important role SUICIDAL played in the crossover scene and the misconception that the band brought gangs and violence into the music. He also discussed the group's evolution over the years, the debilitating back injury that put the band on hold and SUICIDAL's first album since 2000, which will likely drop in January 2009. You can stream the interview below.
SUICIDAL TENDENCIES recently announced the addition of drummer Eric Moore (INFECTIOS GROOVES) to the group's ranks. [The band said, "Eric has an unbelievable mixture of power and finesse and the band is extra excited about the upcoming tours. It's a great chance to show off Eric and preview some new tracks."
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