Suicidal Tendencies @ Marquee Theatre| Friday, September 21As I moved through the crowd tonight during Suicidal Tendencies' make-up date at Marquee Theatre, I stopped to lean against a rail.
An older woman in front of me was texting on her phone. As my eyes wandered to the bright glow of her iPhon ... More >>
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Looking forward to seeing Suicidal Tendencies this weekend at the Marquee Theatre? Well, so were we, but we have bad news: The band has rescheduled this weekend's performances in Phoenix for Friday, September 21 at the Marquee Theatre (with the same support acts, BroLoaf and Perpetual lined up, as w ... More >>
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Michael KiwanukaWelcome to another installment of Up on the Sun's 2011 Review. Over the next week, we'll be counting down our favorite songs, shows, national and local releases of 2011. Enjoy!
I'm already regretting this one. I left so much off this list it hurts, deserving songs from the li ... More >>
It's been a long time since we've heard from thrash-metal stalwarts, Suicidal Tendencies. Most of the 2000s were void of any new albums, as the band lay dormant following their 1990s retirement.
The good news for all you "cyco" fans is that as of 2009 original frontman Mike Muir has dusted ... More >>
Stephen Bruner, better known as ThundercatStephen Bruner, it's safe to say, is one interesting dude. When he's not doing session work for Snoop Dogg, Eric Benet and Flying Lotus -- he was featured on FlyLo's latest album, Cosmogramma, on the track "Mmmhmm" -- Bruner plays bass for Suicidal Tenden ... More >>
Luke HolwerdaScott Weiland performs last night with Stone Temple Pilots at Tempe Beach Park during the first night of Arizona Fall Frenzy.Scott Weiland didn't take a header off the stage last night at Arizona Fall Frenzy. Nor did he accidentally reveal he was lip-synching or abusing heroin for th ... More >>
As much as we like to deny that we were awkward teenagers, the fact remains that we most certainly were. When I think of my own teenage years, I tend to reflect on the music that I really liked. While I started to come around in my late teenage years, the early portion reflected a certain ge ... More >>
The local heartthrobs of The Maine: Better than NOFX and Bad Religion.
Until yesterday, I used to loathe the Warped Tour.
Not because of the bands or music, mind you, but rather because of some bad experiences I'd had while attending the annual summertime mega-tour.
When the Warped Tour first c ... More >>