Suicidal Records



Suicidal Tendencies

Current members
  • Mike "Cyco Miko" Muir – lead vocals (1980–present)
  • Dean Pleasants – lead guitar (1996–present)
  • Ben Weinman (2018-present)
  • Suicidal Tendencies (1983)
  • Join the Army (1987)
  • How Will I Laugh Tomorrow When I Can't Even Smile Today (1988)
  • Controlled by Hatred/Feel Like Shit...Déjà Vu (1989)
  • Lights...Camera...Revolution! (1990)
  • The Art of Rebellion (1992)
  • Still Cyco After All These Years (1993)
  • Suicidal for Life (1994)
  • Freedumb (1999)
  • Free Your Soul and Save My Mind (2000)
  • No Mercy Fool!/The Suicidal Family (2010)
  • 13 (2013)
  • World Gone Mad (2016)
  • Get Your Fight On! EP (2018)
  • Still Cyco Punk After All These Years (2018)

MOB Grip x Suicidal Tendencies

SxTx collaboration with the most famous SantaCruz's MobGrip skateboarding griptape has been released on May 9th 2016. This graphic griptape ranges from classic old school Suicidal Tendencies / Suicidal Skates designs like Lance Mountain's Skater up to the newest Tres Vatos artwork for a total of five unique pieces. Sold separately or as a special combo they're now available at our webstore!

Graphic Mob, the newest and latest innovation from Mob Grip, skateboarding’s premium grip tape. Graphic Mob features a groundbreaking process that locks full color illustrations and crystal clear photographs into the grit, without sacrificing the durability, grip, and feel that makes Mob the #1 choice of professional skateboarders.

The advanced process produces extremely durable graphics, from small 'deck top' sizes to full sheet graphics, that are guaranteed to outlast your board.

Mob Grip features:

  • - Hundreds of barely-visible perforations that allow air to escape for a bubble-free application
  • - Exclusive silicon-carbide grit binding process for grip that will not wear out
  • - High-strength, waterproof, tear-proof backing that trims cleanly every time
  • - Super sticky adhesive that won't peel in extreme heat or cold


Stance Socks x Suicidal Tendencies

The Marquee is Stance's tribute to Suicidal Tendencies. Adorned with art from the band's tour posters, this sock celebrates the grit for which it is known. Since dropping its debut album in 1983, Mike Muir and Suicidal Tendencies have defied labels and genres. Always evolving, the band's influence runs deep. Punk, hard core, thrash, metal?

Suicidal Tendencies has impacted them all. Stance's Marquee celebrates the band's legacy with substance and style. The sock's deep heel pocket and premium combed cotton cradle the contours of your feet while mesh vents help them breathe. A reinforced heel and toe ensure the sock can withstand abuse while an elastic arch matches your moves. Get a healthy dose of Suicidal Tendencies with Stance's Marquee. Stance's Socko Loco pays homage to Suicidal Tendencies.

With a restless energy, the band has spent decades evolving its sound and defying convention. Punk, thrash, metal, hardcore?although these labels are often applied to Suicidal Tendencies, there's no genre that accurately captures the scope of its sound and the depth of Mike Muir's vision. With a simple design?and the band's iconic logo?this classic pipe bomb sock celebrates the band. Join the army with Stance's Socko Loco.



Obey x Suicidal Tendencies

OBEY Clothing teamed up with Suicidal Tendencies for release a clothing collection celebrating the 30th Anniversary of the release of the first Suicidal Tendencies record. We took the iconic graphics of Ric Clayton and the original line drawings done by Lance Mountain as the base of the collection. The idea was to pay homage to the original artists behind the Suicidal graphics as well as celebrate the history and influence Suicidal Tendencies has had on Shepard and OBEY.

From Shepard - "I heard that Lance had found his original Suicidal drawings in a drawer after nearly 30 years. I saw the drawings and marveled at the clarity of the line work and how much the images had degraded (in true scuzzy, punk fashion) over the years. I reached out to Lance to ask if I could buy them and we began to talk about a potential Lance/Obey/Suicidal art collaboration. Glen (Friedman), who I have worked with on many projects, introduced me to Jim Muir and we began a limited edition collaboration for Dogtown Skateboards that used my illustration of Jim based on one of Glen's photographs. I talked to Jim about my chat Lance and he brought his brother Mike Muir of Suicidal by my studio to hang. Mike liked the collaboration idea and I now have the honor of presenting the 30th anniversary of their first album. I feel very lucky to know all parties who helped inspire and bring this project together. Thank you Lance Mountain, Glen E. Friedman, Jim Muir and especially Mike Muir, the creative force behind Suicidal."

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