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Suicidal Tendencies is an American crossover thrash band founded in 1981 in Los Angeles, California by Mike Muir, its leader and only permanent member. The band has been credited as one of "the fathers of crossover thrash". To date, Suicidal Tendencies have released nine studio albums, one EP, four split albums including the rare "Welcome to Venice", six compilation albums (one of which is a "double-EP", while the other is a re-recording of their debut album), and two long-form videos. Suicidal Tendencies rose to fame with their 1983 self-titled debut album, which spawned the single "Institutionalized". That single was one of the first crossover metal videos to receive substantial airplay on MTV. Suicidal Tendencies next release was on their own label "Suicidal Records" where they contributed one song "Look Up...(The Boys Are Back) on the 1985 split "Welcome to Venice." However they did not release a follow-up full length record until 1987, with ''Join the Army''. The album attracted the attention of Epic Records, who signed the band in 1988 and issued their third album, ''How Will I Laugh Tomorrow When I Can't Even Smile Today'', later that year. This was followed by their next two albums, ''Controlled by Hatred/Feel Like Shit...Déjà Vu'' and ''Lights...Camera...Revolution!'', which were also highly successful and both certified Gold by the RIAA. After releasing two more studio albums (''The Art of Rebellion'' and ''Suicidal for Life''), the band broke up and severed ties from Sony and Epic in 1995. However, they reunited in 1997 and have continued to perform and record since then. After over a decade of work and many lineup changes, the band released their ninth studio album with all-new material, ''13'', in 2013.Wikipedia This entry is from Wikipedia, the user-contributed encyclopedia. It may not have been reviewed by professional editors and is licensed under the GNU Free Documentation License. If you find the biography content factually incorrect, defamatory or highly offensive you can edit this article at Wikipedia.