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Suicidal Tendencies Announce New Album 'STill Cyco Punk After All These Years'

Monday, 06 August 2018 Written by Jon Stickler

Suicidal Tendencies will return with a new album in September.

September 7 sees the release of ‘STill Cyco Punk After All These Years’ via the band's own Suicidal Records. It's a re-working of ‘Lost My Brain (Once Again!)', an album recorded and released by Suicidal Tendencies' frontman Mike Muir back in 1995 under the name Cyco Miko. The album featured Sex Pistols guitarist Steve Jones on seven of the songs. 

‘STill Cyco Punk After All These Years’ reimagines these songs, which have been newly recorded with former Slayer drummer Dave Lombardo. Take a look at the album's cover art, tracklist and listen to the the first song to be shared, F.U.B.A.R., below. 

Suicidal Tendencies will soon appear at the UK's Bloodstock Festival, performing on the main stage on August 12. Following that, they'll acompany the album's release with a US tour.

1. I Love Destruction
2. F.U.B.A.R.
3. All Kinda Crazy
4. Sippin' From the Insanitea
5. Its Always Something
6. Lost My Brain...Once Again
7. Nothin' To Lose
8. Gonna Be Alright
9. Ain't Gonna Get Me
10. All I Ever Get
11. Save A Peace For Me





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