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The Suicide Machines



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Hometown: Detroit, MI (USA)

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The Suicide Machines began in 1991, formed by friends Jason Navarro and Dan Lukacinsky in Detroit. Though they had several members before, the lineup that most will remember them for came to form in 1994 with the addition of Royce Nunley on bass, filling out the rhythm section with Derek Grant on drums.

The band went on to record several full–lengths, including four for Hollywood Records and two for SideOneDummy. Though members and sounds changed over the years, the band retained a loyal following of fans, which can be attributed to the openness of the band members and their legendary live performances.

The band called it quits in May of 2006, after fifteen years and two months together as a band. They leave behind a legacy of anthemic, original and insightful music.

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Reviews

The Suicide Machines / Buck-O-Nine live in Hollywood

The Suicide Machines / Buck-O-Nine

live in Hollywood (2006)

live show

The Suicide Machines/Stretch Arm Strong live in New York

The Suicide Machines/Stretch Arm Strong

live in New York (2005)

live show

The Suicide Machines/Stretch Arm Strong live in Richmond

The Suicide Machines/Stretch Arm Strong

live in Richmond (2005)

live show

The Suicide Machines War Profiteering Is Killing Us All

The Suicide Machines

War Profiteering Is Killing Us All (2005)

SideOneDummy

The Suicide Machines / Lost City Angels live in Hollywood

The Suicide Machines / Lost City Angels

live in Hollywood (2005)

live show

The Suicide Machines / Against All Authority live in Chicago

The Suicide Machines / Against All Authority

live in Chicago (2004)

live show

The Suicide Machines A Match and Some Gasoline

The Suicide Machines

A Match and Some Gasoline (2003)

SideOneDummy

Sick Of It All/the Suicide Machines/The Distillers live in Chicago

Sick Of It All/the Suicide Machines/The Distillers

live in Chicago (2002)

live show

The Suicide Machines/From Autumn to Ashes live in Orlando

The Suicide Machines/From Autumn to Ashes

live in Orlando (2002)

live show

The Suicide Machines/Rise Against live in Pontiac, MI

The Suicide Machines/Rise Against

live in Pontiac, MI (2002)

live show

The Suicide Machines Steal This Record

The Suicide Machines

Steal This Record (2001)

Hollywood

The Suicide Machines Steal This Record

The Suicide Machines

Steal This Record (2001)

Hollywood

The Suicide Machines Steal This Record

The Suicide Machines

Steal This Record (2001)

Hollywood

The Suicide Machines The Suicide Machines

The Suicide Machines

The Suicide Machines (2000)

Hollywood

The Suicide Machines Battle Hymns

The Suicide Machines

Battle Hymns (1998)

Hollywood

The Suicide Machines Destruction By Definition

The Suicide Machines

Destruction By Definition (1996)

Hollywood

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