Suicidal Tendencies, Terror, Trash Talk, Inspector Cluzo

When: Tue., Dec. 3, 8 p.m. 2013

Mike Muir is the lone pissed-off remnant of Suicidal Tendencies. Waaaaay back in 1981 they were a hardcore punk band, and Muir's sharp-tongued, introspective lyrics were funny, sardonic, and, of course, angry. After the release of their classic 1983 self-titled debut, the lineup shifted and Suicidal Tendencies began incorporating elements of thrash and speed metal. But unlike most of the furrowed-brow set, Muir & Co. kept their sense of humor, albeit a dark one. Three decades later and Muir and his crew are still at it, still pissed, still releasing records. It may sound dated to some, but everything is cyclical, as they say. And the very fact that these street punks have hardly budged over the course of three decades speaks volumes—at high volume. MARK LORE

Price: $25-28

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