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Legendary LA Based hardcore punk band Suicidal Tendencies has joined forces with Metal Mulisha to create the music video for the song Smash It off their latest full length album “13”. Directed by Jay Schweitzer and Mike McEntire, the video features multiple Metal Mulisha riders including Larry Linkogle and Jimmy Fitzpatrick, who sang backups on the song with the band in the studio. The project is in support of the Suicidal Tendencies X Metal Mulisha collaborative clothing collection the brand launched for Spring 2014, and is available now in select retailers and online.
Filmed over the course of 2 days at Larry Linkogle’s O.G. Mulisha Compound in Temecula California, the production features the band showcasing their signature live performance styles, with an onslaught of energetic, musically enraged fans throwing elbows and fists in the pit, and Metal Mulisha team riders throwing down giant heart stopping action the entire time. Extras flew in from as far away as Europe, and as close as down the street, to join in the action and to get their opportunity to meet the band and team riders, and to be a part of such a memorable project.
The band is currently on the road for their Slam City Tour, which kicked off in San Luis Obispo last Wednesday 11/27, and will continue until later this month at the Ventura Theatre 12/21, before embarking on the Persistence Tour in January of 2014 abroad. The Metal Mulisha Spring clothing line will be available at select retailers this month, including the Suicidal Tendencies collection.
More information please visit http://www.metalmulisha.com and http://suicidaltendencies.com
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Founded in 1996, Metal Mulisha was originally formed by Freestyle Motocross riders Brian Deegan and Larry Linkogle. Known for their rebellious attitude and crazy antics, the Mulisha has created a popular and recognizable icon in the action sports industry. What started off as a small group of riders enjoying what they do best has since turned into an international cult and clothing line.