The American Cycos themselves, Suicidal Tendencies returned to Pryor, OK. for Rocklahoma 2022. Mike Muir and the boys took to the 'Renegade' stage for an old-school skatepunk and thrashing good time! For me, this was the moment I'd been waiting for, a chance to see them live once again. This weekend's line-up has been incredible and there's more to come but personally SUICIDAL was the highlight of day two at ROK22!
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I've been a BIG FAN of Suicidal Tendencies for as long as I can remember and their punk, thrash, and metal crossover they've created. They're really in their own genre. To those who have never seen or heard them before wondering what they sound like, they sound like SUICIDAL. After hearing them they get it! You couldn't count the hours I've spent listening to them and more often than not while on the deck running the ramps.
They're out on the road in support of their latest album 'Still Cyco Punk After All These Years.' It was released back in 2018 and unfortunately due to the COVID-19 pandemic they've been unable to record and complete a new album. A while back Mike Muir announced that Sucidical was planning a special old school vinal release. It would feature several instrumentals and guest appearances. Hopefully, we'll get a confirmation or update on that sometime soon. Maybe we'll get the new album by the end of the year? *Fingers crossed*
If you missed Suicidal Tendencies at Rocklahoma they only have a few more dates scheduled for 2022 and so far all of them are in California at the Garden Amphitheatre in Garden Grove, CA. They have a date for Halloween, how cool would that be to celebrate All Hallow's Eve with Suicidal! They're also on the bill for Shiprocked 2023. You won't want to miss it! Get all the details and dates here. Check out the photo gallery below of Suicidal Tendencies live in action on the 'Renegade' stage on day two of Rocklahoma 2022:
Suicidal Tendencies live on the 'Renegade' stage at Rocklahoma 2022
The American Cycos themselves, Suicidal Tendencies
returned to Pryor, OK. for Rocklahoma
2022. Mike Muir and the boys took to the 'Renegade' stage for an old-school skatepunk and thrashing good time! This weekend's line-up has been incredible and there's more to come but personally SUICIDAL was the highlight of day two at ROK22...They did it up CYCO STYLE! Looking forward to getting sometime new, maybe 2023?
In This Moment live on the 'Freedom' stage at Rocklahoma 2022
In This Moment
made the trip to Pryor, OK. for Rocklahoma
2022. They hit the 'Freedom' stage for an unforgettable performance that has set the bar even higher for all who follow. They always deliver and are one of the best live bands around. It was a hell of a set, one of the best so far and not easy to follow!
The crazy characters you'll find at Rocklahoma!
Along with all the killer live rock all weekend long, all the incredible vendors and merch, there are also the colorful characters and party people you'll meet here at Rocklahoma
that make it the best damn rock festival around, period! You'll find superheroes, horror icons, cartoon characters, and even Santa, Mrs. Claus, and the elves are regulars. A quick walk through the crowd is all it takes. You never know who or what you'll run into!
Evanescence live on the 'Freedom' stage at Rocklahoma 2022
Amy Lee and Evanescence
made the trip to Pryor, OK. for Rocklahoma
2022 and took to the 'Freedom' (main) stage for an incredible set filled with fan favorites and there were even a few surprises thrown in as well. They're currently out on the road in support of their latest album 'The Bitter Truth' in stores and online now. Ask for it by name, you won't be disappointed. Right now they're touring with Korn throughout the summer.
Jelly Roll live on the 'Freedom' stage at Rocklahoma 2022!
The one and only Jelly Roll
returned to Rocklahoma
for another round in 2022. It was great to see him again and as always he put on a hell of a show. The crowd went nuts and it turned into a big Labor Day weekend family reunion and sing-a-long by the time the set was halfway through. His unusual mix of rock, rap, and country is something to hear, and even better to see him perform it live. He's basically his own music genre!