Suicidal Tendencies: Live In Madrid (1993) – Yell! Magazine’s Full Concert Series

Everytime I listen to Suicidal Tendencies I’m blown away. These guys are just abso-fuckin-lutely amazing. Is it hardcore? Or is it thrash metal? Honestly, it’s a bit of both, and that is precisely why Suicidal is one of the most important and influential bands of the late 20th century.

If the Big 4 were the Big 5, Suicidal would be that fifth band. The band has influenced their peers and followers alike, a list that included the likes of Anthrax, Biohazard, Children of Bodom, Death by Stereo, Dub War, Green Day, Jane’s Addiction, Incubus, Korn, Megadeth, Metallica, MxPx, NOFX, P.O.D., Pantera, Papa Roach, Rage Against the Machine, and many more.

Formed in 1981, founding member Mike Muir remains the only original member after 13 albums (well, 12 if you don’t count Still Cyco After All These Years).

Anyway, check out the live concert in the player above and learn a thing or two if you’re unfamiliar with ST. Also, you’ll see how insane Muir is as a frontman.

Suicidal Tendencies: Live in Madrid (1993) Setlist:

01 You Can’t Bring Me Down
02 Join the Army
03 War Inside My Head
04 Go’n Breakdwon
05 Accept My Sacrifice
06 I Saw Your Mommy
07 Monopoly on Sorrow
08 Suicidal Failure
09 Lovely
10 Waking the Dead
11 Send Me Your Money
12 How I Will Laugh Tomorrow
13 Pledge Your Allegiance

Yell! Magazine’s Concert Series brings you kick-ass live shows to get your party started right and to help you vent your Friday frustrations.

Rock Hard \m/

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