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Suicidal Tendencies Unveil "Living for Life" Video, Plot New EP

Watch the band thrash in cramped clubs, skate parks and festivals.
Suicidal Tendencies

California crossover thrash icons Suicidal Tendencies have shared a visual for "Living For Life," off last year's album World Gone Mad. Directed by Pep Williams, the clip takes a look back at their recent shows, stirring up mosh pits in cramped clubs, skate parks and festivals with the help of Slayer percussionist Dave Lombardo (who played drums on World Gone Mad) and new guitarist Jeff Pogan. Elsewhere, frontman Mike Muir stalks through warehouses and industrial parks, performing the song with his usual gusto. Check it out below.

In related news, Suicidal Tendencies have announced their plans to drop a new EP this fall. The release, recorded during the World Gone Mad sessions, concludes what very well might be the band's final album cycle, as Muir revealed in an interview with Loudwire earlier this month. "There's a very good chance that'll be our last album album that we do," he said, continuing: "We'll always record things, [but] whether we put it out, I don't know. We've been focusing since this record [World Gone Mad] has come out and we got so much stuff already planned that I can't even think about recording another record."

Lombardo, to his credit, has promised to "keep bugging" Muir about new material, telling Metal Wani's Laura Vezer recently: "I try to motivate the musicians I'm with because there's no reason to stop; You've gotta keep recording, you've gotta keep creating...It's what we do for a living."