Long-running Venice Beach thrash/punk band SUICIDAL TENDENCIES has been confirmed for Australia's Soundwave Festival 2007, which is set to kick off February 24 in Brisbane. Also scheduled to appear are DEFTONES, HATEBREED, EIGHTEEN VISIONS, (+44), THRICE, UNWRITTEN LAW and FLYLEAF, among others. The dates are as follows;
Feb. 24 - Brisbane, AUS - Riverstage
Feb. 25 - Sydney, AUS - Sydney Park, Newtown
Mar. 03 - Perth, AUS - Robinson Pavilion and Sorrounds
As previously reported, SUICIDAL TENDENCIES will play at the Artefact Festival in Strasbourg, France on April 29. More festival appearances will follow.
A preview clip of the first-ever SUICIDAL TENDENCIES live DVD has been posted online at the group's official web site. Check out the song "War inside my Head", recorded on October 29, 2005 at the Grand Olympic Auditorium in Los Angeles, at this location.
SUICIDAL TENDENCIES is currently putting the finishing touches on its new studio CD with producer Paul Northfield.
SUICIDAL TENDENCIES' current lineup is as follows:
Mike Muir - Vocals
Mike Clark - Guitars
Dean Pleasants - Guitars
Ron Brunner Jr. - Drums
Steve Brunner - Bass
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