During 2014, fans have died after concerts headlined by both Suicidal Tendencies and Exodus.
Slayer's Tom Araya and Suicidal Tendencies' Mike Muir praise Eminem for the rapper's talent.
Slayer, Suicidal Tendencies and Exodus' are embarking on a fall 2014 U.S. tour together.
Williams joined Suicidal Tendencies to man the low end after the departure of longtime bassist Stephen Bruner.
The string of dates will invade the U.S. beginning Nov. 12 in Oakland, Calif.
Suicidal Tendencies frontman Mike Muir was the guest on Full Metal Jackie’s radio show this past weekend. Muir spoke all about the band’s latest disc, ‘13,’ as well as their approach to creating music. He also talked about touring and playing this year’s Orion Music + More Festival with Infectious Grooves. If you missed Full Metal Jackie’s show, check out her interview with Mike Muir below:
When it comes to crossover thrash, it doesn’t get much more influential than Suicidal Tendencies. Formed back in 1981, the band helped pioneer the genre along with groups like D.R.I. and S.O.D. They have split and reunited a few times, and after being back together for several years now have finally released a new album. '13' is their first studio effort since 2000's 'Free Your Soul...and Save My Mind.'