Review: Suicidal Tendencies "13"
By E.E. BRADMAN
Fri, 17 May 2013
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[Suicidal Records]
Long before he was blowing up dancefloors and headphones as a solo artist and with Erykah Badu and Flying Lotus, Steve “Thundercat” Bruner was a young punk who succeeded Robert Trujillo in Suicidal Tendencies and spent nine years on the road with this iconic crew of hard-groovin’ L.A. mosh-pit kings. On Suicidal’s first album in 12 years, Bruner masterfully integrates his trademark 32nd-note flurries and evocative chords while laying it down as if he had been born to thrash.

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