Suicidal Tendencies bring Still Cyco Punk After All These Years tour to Australia

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Suicidal Tendencies bring Still Cyco Punk After All These Years tour to Australia

Suicidal Tendencies

The legendary LA thrash metal band has added a few more dates to their Aussie stopover in November.

In celebration of their landmark self-titled debut album, the legendary Suicidal Tendencies is hitting our shores for their ‘Still Cyco Punk After All These Years’ tour.

On November 11, they’ll storm The Triffid in Brisbane, followed by a thunderous performance at The Metro Theatre in Sydney on November 16. Melbourne, get ready to rock with Suicidal Tendencies at Croxton Bandroom on November 17. And last but not least, Adelaide, prepare for a face-melting show at Froth and Fury Festival on November 18.

Suicidal Tendencies 2023 Australian Tour

  • Nov 11 – The Triffid, Brisbane
  • Nov 16 – The Metro Theatre, Sydney
  • Nov 17 – Croxton Ballroom, Melbourne
  • Nov 18 – Froth & Fury Festival, Adelaide

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Formed in the sun-soaked streets of Venice, California, Suicidal Tendencies was the brainchild of the unstoppable force, Mike Muir. Taking inspiration from skating, surfing, and the Dogtown scene, Muir infused a new style of hardcore that forever changed the punk and metal landscape. Their unique sound and unapologetic attitude ignited a frenzy among crowds, and they quickly became pioneers of Skate-Punk-Thrash.


“Wow, it’s been 30 years since the first time ST toured in Australia as support for Alice and Chains! That was an amazing tour and of course [we] loved being in Australia and it was the start of making lots of good mates down under over the years,” said the band in a statement.

Despite being banned from stages in their own backyard of L.A., Suicidal Tendencies fearlessly took on the world, leaving a trail of awe-inspiring chaos in their wake. With multiple Gold records, Grammy nominations, and a spot in the Skateboard Hall of Fame, they’ve left an indelible mark on both music and culture.

Now, as they celebrate the 40th anniversary of their debut album, Suicidal Tendencies is returning to Australia with a vengeance! Led by the indomitable Mike Muir, they’re ready to deliver a show that will leave you in awe. Joining Muir are the powerhouse talents of Ben Weinman (from the legendary Dillinger Escape Plan), Dean Pleasants, Tye Trujillo (son of the renowned Robert Trujillo), and Greyson Nekrutman.

Tickets drop on August 3 at 10am local time. To see the band when they make their way to Melbourne, head here.