Tim “Rawbiz” Williams, bassist of California thrash outfit Suicidal Tendencies, has died. The sudden news was announced via the band’s Facebook page. “It’s with complete sadness that we have to announce the passing of bassists Tim ‘Rawbiz’ Williams. Tim played bass for Suicidal Tendencies for almost four years until recently,” reads the post. “Tim was
A 28-year-old man has tragically died from injuries he sustained after stage diving during a Suicidal Tendencies show in Switzerland on 22 January, with the man suffering an epileptic fit days after the incident. Blabbermouth reports that the fan attempted the dive at the Persistence Tour, which also featured Terror, Strife and Evergreen Terrace, but
In the lead-up to the 2013 return of their Orion Music + More festival, Metallica have injected even more awesomeness into the already-bursting-at-the-seams line-up – the new additions see bassist Robert Trujillo reunite with his one-time outfit Infectious Grooves, which also features other members of Suicidal Tendencies, with the band taking to the stage for
Just when you were starting to think that music was seriously lacking balls, Suicidal Tendencies have rocked up to inject a much-needed dose of tough into the scene, a much-needed dose that has been 13 years overdue. Cyco Style is the first new material we’ve heard from the skate punk metallers with their last album,
It’s been a bit of a long wait for fans of the great Suicidal Tendencies but the time has finally come. If you head over to the band’s official website you will discover that they have announced their brand-new album Who’s Afraid?, dropping the release date of Wednesday, 13th March. It’s going to be a
One of the most badass tours we’ve seen for some time is set to make its way to our shores this summer. Bringing their West Coast punk-rock fury, Suicidal Tendencies have announced their return Down Under, bringing with them Aussie crowd favourites Unwritten Law and the hooligan sensibilities of Finnish trouble makers The Dudesons.
Skate punk creators Suicidal Tendencies have just announced they will be touring our fair land in May 2011, their first full scale tour since 2007’s Soundwave tour. Having recently played a short run of shows in South East Queensland earlier this year, the band will be slanging out their own unique mix of thrash, punk,
Judging from their name, Suicidal Tendencies were never afraid of a little controversy.