It's time to start stocking up on extra padding as Suicidal Tendencies have announced their impending return with a brand-new full-length album and a full-on tour to follow.

The band will release their 'Who's Afraid?' album on March 26 and you can bet the group's ninth release is filled with all the energy and fury of its predecessors. Details on the disc are scarce at this point, but it's likely that the group will incorporate songs from the album into their set lists when they tour in April.

Frontman 'Cyco Miko' Muir stated last year of their hopes for their new music, "The way we look at it is that next year will be the 30th anniversary of our first record. When we look at a record, we don’t want to have it sound like 2012. We want it to sound awesome 25 years from now, so when a kid who wasn’t even born when we made it listens to it, he’s like, 'Damn, that’s a cool record!'"

The group has dubbed their upcoming trek the 'Slam City' tour. It launches April 11 at the Regency Ballroom in San Francisco and runs through a May 12 finale in San Diego. Suicidal Tendencies revealed that DRI will be joining them for the first part of the run, with Sick of It All taking over as primary support on the back end. Meanwhile, Wake the Dead will serve as the opening act throughout the run and the band is teasing the possibility of another great band who they hope to have on board for the first four shows of the trek. Stay tuned.

Suicidal Tendencies Spring 2013 North American Tour

4/11 -- San Francisco, Calif. -- Regency Ballroom
4/12 -- Reno, Nev. -- Knitting Factory
4/13 -- Salt Lake City, Utah -- In the Venue
4/14 -- Denver, Colo. -- Summit
4/16 -- Minneapolis, Minn. -- Mill City Nights
4/17 -- Chicago, Ill. -- House of Blues
4/19 -- Philadelphia, Pa. -- Electric Ballroom
4/20 -- New York, N.Y. -- Best Buy Theater
4/21 -- Worcester, Mass. -- Palladium
4/23 -- Patchogue, N.Y. -- Emporium
4/24 -- Baltimore, Md. -- Baltimore Soundstage
4/26 -- Charlotte, N.C. -- Amos' Southend
4/27 -- Atlanta, Ga. -- Masquerade
4/28 -- Charleston, S.C. -- The Music Farm
4/30 -- St. Petersburg, Fla. -- State Theatre
5/2 -- Miami, Fla. -- Grand Central
5/3 -- Orlando, Fla. -- The Plaza Live
5/6 -- Houston, Texas -- House of Blues
5/7 -- Dallas, Texas -- Granada Theater
5/9 -- Albuquerque, N.M. -- TBA
5/10 -- Tempe, Ariz. -- Marquee Theater
5/11 -- Pomona, Calif. -- Fox Theater
5/12 -- San Diego, Calif. -- House of Blues