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SUICIDAL TENDENCIES frontman Mike Muir says the band have been working on new material

SUICIDAL TENDENCIES frontman Mike Muir recently sat down with Bobby Dee Presents,  and was asked when fans can expect to hear new music from the band. He responded (as transcribed by BLABBERMOUTH.NET): “Yeah, I think we go about it differently than a lot of people. Especially, I think, when the COVID happened, you realize — as my dad would call it, he called it the panicky people. And you don’t do things because you’re panicking; you do things because it’s something you feel in your heart.

“And so when that happened, [some] people [said], ‘Oh, we’re recording all these songs. We’re doing this. Ain’t got nothing else to do.’ And I go, ‘That’s not what music’s about. It’s not about, you got nothing better to do.’ You should have things better. If you don’t, then you better spend some time trying to figure out what you need to be doing. But there’s a lot of music that we’ve always recorded that we love, that means stuff to us.

“And then there’s stuff you realize that, like — I go back to the first record. One of my best friends said, he goes, ‘Man, Mike, listen to radio. You can do that. What you’re doing ain’t music.’ And I go, ‘I don’t like what’s on the radio, so I don’t wanna do that. I just wanna do my thing, whether people like it or not.’ He goes, ‘You don’t think people like it?’ I go, ‘I don’t care if people like it. It’s what I wanna do.'”

He added: “And so I think right now we’ve been recording a lot of stuff and [it’s] completely different and to the point where I go, ‘Yeah, people won’t like this. So it’s probably what I should do.'”

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Released in 2018 under Suicidal Records, “Still Cyco Punk After All These Years” is the latest album from SUICIDAL TENDENCIES. This album is a reinterpretation of Mike Muir’s 1996 solo release, “Lost My Brain! (Once Again),” and notably features the drumming talents of founding SLAYER drummer Dave Lombardo.

In celebration of the 40th anniversary of their debut album, SUICIDAL TENDENCIES hosted a series of shows in the fall. These performances took place in various locations, including New York City (October 15 at Terminal 5), Silver Spring, Maryland (October 12 at The Fillmore), Worcester, Massachusetts (October 13 at The Palladium), and Berkeley, California (October 19 and 20 at The UC Theatre). Additionally, the band marked the anniversary with a tour of Australia.

The 2023 lineup of SUICIDAL TENDENCIES features the continued presence of founding member Mike Muir, accompanied by guitarists Ben Weinman (formerly of THE DILLINGER ESCAPE PLAN) and Dean Pleasants, bassist Tye Trujillo (son of METALLICA‘s Robert Trujillo), and the latest addition to the band, drummer Greyson Nekrutman.

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