It's been 18 years since the release of Lights ... Camera ... Revolution!, the funk-tinged thrash classic that nearly pushed L.A. hardcore band Suicidal Tendencies through to the mainstream. Rising above rumors of gang affiliations and several lineup changes in its early years, the band adopted a more accessible style and appeared on Headbanger's Ball. Since then, fierce live performances alongside Metallica and Danzig and a knack for knowing when to switch it up have attracted skate punks and buttrockers alike to the fanbase. Still fronted by Mike Muir and having just added Infectious Grooves drummer Eric Moore, the band is now working with prog-rock producer Paul Northfield (Dream Theater, Queensryche) on an album set to be released this winter. Expect all the technical acumen and theatrical hostility that Suicidal is known for.
— Berry Anderson