SUICIDAL TENDENCIES Seek Fans' Help In Designing New CD Cover

SUICIDAL TENDENCIES are preparing to record their new album, and they are asking fans for their help. "What we'd like is to get as many people involved as possible and have the cover represent the cycos behind the band," the group write on their web site.

"Remember the 'Welcome to Venice' cover? And the FirST ST cover?

"Here's what we want.

1) Single shots.... close shots of people wearing there ST hats, bandanas, ST beanies etc.

2) Group shots... shots of you and your crew, you and your partner, wearing ST shirts, hats etc.

3) alone or with some friends in front of historic landmarks, etc.

3b) Landmarks...put a ST hat or bandana on a statue, etc.

4) Family...dress down grannie with a ST hat and shirt with a cyco pose, or you with your spouse and kids, etc.

5) Babies...same, but please ask the parents permission first.

6) Animals...just don't warm them...we don't want P.ET.A. down our throats.

7) Anything else you can think of...just be safe. and we recommend you ask us firST, so you don't go thru a lot of trouble for no reason.

"Hopefully we'll get a great response and be able to incorporate as many pictures as possible and make a killer cover and poster for the new ST CD release."

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