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The Chilean CYCOS are crazy ST maniacs! So the festival went down in a brand new sold out soccer stadium European festival style, packed of crazy fans and surrounded by military forces! Doors opened earlier as the fans went crazy before even getting into the venue and that forced to stop ST soundcheck...but the band delivered power and energy to all the fans since the first song You Can't Bring Me Down! As far as we could see, circle pits with slamming cycos from left to right of the stage till way in the back! Classic songs like War Inside My Head, Institutionalized and brand new songs like Come Alive gave energy to the fans to slam throughout all the show. Till the huge final with Pledge! No fans could be taken onstage to jam with the band as military forces were everywhere so Mike jumped right in front of the barriers to the fans, bandanas threw into the pits and Steve bass crashed and threw into the crowd...this is something we'll remember! And to the crazy maniacs that were stuck in the back do to a security barriers in the middle of the field, we felt your energy. Thanx Chile! Thanx Brasil! And Thanx to Daniel and all the promoters and people who worked with the band, and made it possible for ST and IG to play in front of almost 100,000 between the 2 days!

Band and crew will now fly back into LA getting ready forr the US tour, presenting the new ST record NO MERCY FOOL!-ST ARMY! U won't miss this one, classic ST and No Mercy songs will hit the setlist, check the promo video and post it all over...and for you CYCOS a full brand new line of merch will be available at the shows!

See you in few days!
Be ready!



Tour Update by OzLuke (incl video pt. 1)

After two massive shows in South America we weren't sure what to expect as the "Join The Army / Déjà Vu Tour" kicked it off in Reno NV on the 15th, but all I can say is first two SxTx gigs have been nothing short of f*#king insane! The Reno crew were wild and crazy, with a fast flowing circle pit forming right from the start, and running right to the end. It's been awesome seeing the pace of the band now, the new set list is a wicked thing, and has to be heard to be believed, seriously it's so sick, and it is bringing the absolute best out in everyone. The re-invented tracks like "Possessed To Skate" and "Suicidal Maniac" have been blowing peoples minds, Clark has been on fire! Big thanks to the Reno crew and their hospitality, we had a great show.

Next stop was Portland OR, and the famous old Roseland Theatre, and holy f*#k what a show! The paint was nearly peeling off the walls, a huge amount of energy from the band and the crowd, it seems the front row is getting heavier and heavier, but still, there's room enough for a few of the newer little cycos to chill and take it all in. It's great to see the new generation of SxTx fans signing up to Join The Suicidal Army, love seeing the groms go hard. Big ups to Greg for lending us his amp, thanx mate! If these two shows are any indication then this is going to be a HUGE tour, bordering on out of control, some of the absolute best SxTx I've ever seen in my life!

Check out the first tour report video below!

Seattle, Petaluma and more...(incl. video pt. 2)

So the long journey continues, off to Seattle and another CYCO night with the crew there, a huge turnout for the show and another killer set by the band. The locals here are a little bit loose, and showed their SxTx style by ripping up the floor with some frenzied slamming. A lot of crew hanging round after the show to give thanx to the band, good to see the mix of people all sharing the SxTx experience. I've got to add, have been loving the new No Mercy tracks, Widespread Bloodshed is so wicked. If you get to a show, grab a copy of the new album, I don't think you'll be disappointed, amazing shit. Next stop was Petaluma, a cool little town, awesome people, great Mexican food and the old Phoenix Theater, anyone that knows this place knows that it's underground feel, art covered walls and faded timber floors are the perfect place to smash out another SxTx show, a packed house, some of the gnarliest old school looking punker kids around made it another sick show. Happy Birthday to Steve Bruner, he got his cake on stage, and Captain Crunch cereal. Thanx to Sui Tommy for supporting. Hell yeah! the next place we hit was San Francisco, and the classic FIllmore Auditorium, some amazing history there, some of the best artists ever have graced its stage, and not to leave anyone disappointed we had a killer show, (hed)PE opened for their first slot on the tour and ripped it up, everyone was on fire that night, some flawless SxTx delivered loud as f*#k to a raging crowd, so many shows to go, can't wait to see how many people can throw down with the SxTx train, see ya at a show soon!

 Tour part 2 video 

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