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SUICIDAL TENDENCIES

SUICIDAL TENDENCIES

SUICIDAL TENDENCIES (1982–94). Mike Muir (vocals), Grant Estes (guitar), Louiche Mayorga (bass), Mike Clark (guitar), Amery Smith (drums). Suicidal Tendencies were/are one of the earliest hardcore punk bands to crossover to a heavy metal style and one of the few to so ardently embrace heavy metal and remain true to the overall metal sound well after the punk revival of the early nineties. The band was started as an allegedly gang-affiliated hardcore band from Venice Beach and put out what many Read more [...]
INFECTIOUS GROOVES

INFECTIOUS GROOVES

INFECTIOUS GROOVES (1991–2000). Mike Muir (vocals), Stephen Perkins (drums), Adam Siegel (guitars), Robert Trujillo (bass). With a unique and innovative blend of metal and funk, Infectious Grooves, begun as a side project by Stephen Perkins of Jane’s Addiction and Mike Muir of Suicidal Tendencies, shook up the rock community in the nineties with their musical hybrid, starting in 1991 with the album The Plague That Makes Your Booty Move. Discography: The Plague That Makes Your Booty Read more [...]