Tag Archive: Suicidal Tendencies

Signifying Nothing’s Top 100 Hardcore Records Of The 1980’s

Abombanation, Demo Tape, USA, 1988 The Abused, Loud & Clear 7″, USA, 1983 Adolescents, Self Titled LP, USA, 1981 Adrenalin OD, The Wacky Hi-Jinks of Adrenalin OD, USA, 1984 Agent Orange, Your Mother Sucks Cock In Hell 7″, Holland, 1983 Agnostic Front, Victim In Pain LP, USA, 1984 Altercation, Demo Tape, USA, 1988 Anthrax, Capitalism Is Cannibalism 7″, England, 1983 Anti-Cimex, Victims Of A Bomb Raid 7″, Sweden, 1983 Bad Brains, Rock For Light LP, USA, 1983 Battalion Of Saints, Fighting Boys 12″, USA, 1982 Beyond, No Longer At Ease LP, USA, 1988 Black Flag, My War LP, USA, 1983…
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h2o-Vision-Kill Your Idols Wetlands August 1998

This show was sometime in August of 1998 and I went up to New York City with our pal Ariel Vacs. For some stupid reason, we decided to drive into New York City and got lost, but ended up parking in some random street and then heading to the show. We missed Kill Your Idols, who had a nice buzz about them after their first LP had come out maybe six months before, but got inside the show right as Vision started to play. They may have had the “Kids” album out by then, but they definitely played some of…
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H20-Hands Tied-Skarhead-Fury Of V @ Stone Pony In Asbury Park NJ Winter 1998

This show happened in early 1998 I think. I remember Tim announcing it at the By The Grace Of God show in Yardley back in December. I don’t remember a lot about this show other than that h2o were horrible, BUT they covered “I Want More” by Suicidal Tendencies at the end of their set, which got the crowd really going. That is seriously all I remember about this show.

Cro Mags-Burn-Breakdown-Skarhead-Frontline-American Nightmare-Crusade at CBGB in New York City, NY May 2001

I am going to take on both of the shows because it is just easier… So suddenly the Cro-Mags were playing shows again, but this time it was with John, Doug, Mackie, and even Harley (and also Rocky George, ex of Suicidal Tendencies, although I don’t think he played on the good record). They played these two shows at CBGB in May of 2001, but I swear they also played the Continental before this. I need to check up on that. Either way, you bet we were going to be there. I love that when I was in college all…
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Signifying Nothing Episode Twenty Three

Signifying Nothing Episode Twenty Three Playlist Dead Kennedys-We’ve Got A Bigger Problem Now The Snobs-Take Your Side No Tolerance-Pay The Cost Framtid-Stay Against Agnostic Front-Your Mistake Urban Waste-Reject Judge-Forget This Time Battalion of Saints-Modern Day Hero Breathing Fire-Gates of Ivory Suicidal Tendencies-Won’t Fall In Love Today Black Flag-Can’t Decide TSOL-Property is Theft

Signifying Nothing Episode Nineteen

Playlist Nihilistics-Black Sheep Black Flag-Loose Nut Negative Approach-Sick Of Talk Ignition-Strain The Judas Factor-Intangibles Cause For Alarm-Time Will Tell Gism-Endless Blockades For The Pussyfooter Articles Of Faith-Up Against The Wall Wretched-Mai Arrendersi The Dicks-I Hope You Get Drafted Kalashnikov-Schluters Kabin DOA-America The Beautiful Dead Kennedys-Kinky Sex Makes The World Go Round Tragedy-Deaf & Disbelieving America’s Hardcore-Born Prejudice Bad Brains-Fearless Vampire Killers Breathing Fire-Deny Everything Sonic Youth-Making The Nature Scene Birds Of A Feather-Break The Chains Third Death-Garbage Fucked Up-Teenage Problems Triple Threat-Obliterate Suicidal Tendencies-I Shot The Devil Slipknot-World Leader 97a-Crucible Of Revolution White Cross-Nuke Attack Rollins Band-Revenge

Splitting Headache

Splitting Headache S/T EP Collapse Records Splitting Headache are a great new band from the shore featuring members of Tear It Up and Full Speed Ahead. If you like those bands, you will love Splitting Headache as this is a continuation of what was previously established in those bands. I especially dig the multiple lifted Suicidal Tendencies riffs in School Of Life Drop Out. Once these guys have another record out I think people are really going to take note because having heard some newer material I have to say it is an even stronger statement than this record. I…
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Rain On The Parade

This is the interview I did with Rain On The Parade in April of 1997. Originally in What Was Said Fanzine. 1. Okay, who is in the band and all that crap? My name is Ronnie and I sing. DII plays one guitar. Justin plays the other. Matt jumps around with his bass. Chris just joined the band. He plays drums. 2. Have you guys gotten any shit for the lyrics to Body Bag? You know, with the way all this metal slop has taken over hardcore in the past few years, you’d think we’d catch some slack for writing…
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Shark Attack

Originally in Parade Brigade #3. Interview done with Matt Smith by me (although John supplied all of the questions as far as I remember) *** When the band started did you ever think of putting something out on Contention Records? Contention Records went under like four years ago. I was always kind of bad with the mail order, so the idea of putting it out under that name never really came up. Matt Summers always did a better job with his label, plus he had money to put it out right away, so we decided to put it out on…
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Parade Brigade #2 Intro Bust

These are our personal pages from Parade Brigade #2. Again, mine is very brief. #2 All I have to say is it’s good to be back! It has been a really long time between issues, shit happens, things just get in the way. In the future we will hopefully be doing this more often. Things have been hectic and priorities change. I can no longer spend 24/7 on hardcore even though I somehow get sucked into doing it sometimes. Hardcore is in my blood, this is the kind of thing which will keep me involved in the scene. I love…
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