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Live Music

Suicidal Tendencies, Trash Talk

When: Tue., Dec. 9, 7:30 p.m. 2014

Next up in the "Are they still around?" category is '80s California punk band turned stadium act Suicidal Tendencies. They might have moved away from their namemaking hardcore-punk sound—as heard on classics like "Cyco Vision" and sonic battering ram "Institutionalized"—and branched off into thrash-metal territory, but they hit as hard as ever. Suicidal Tendencies' latest album,13—sonamed because it's the band's first new record in 13 years—released in March 2013, marks 30 years of assaulting fans' eardrums, and the band are touring hard in support of it despite bassist Tim "Rawbiz" Williams passing away in August. 13 features face-melting metal guitar riffs and slowed-down headbanger beats, but there's still plenty to mosh and throw elbows to. California hardcore-punk band Trash Talk will start things off. (Kolbie Stonehocker)

Price: $20 in advance, $24 day of show