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Suicide Machines

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The Suicide Machines have earned one of the widest followings in Punk-Pop for good reason. Even without the benefit of horns, this winsome Detroit outfit puts together airtight Ska grooves that move crowds with mesmeric power. In a genre overpopulated with clones, the Suicide Machines stand out not only because they have a gift for hooks, but also because they dare to evolve. From the punchy stage-divers of Destruction by Definition (1996) to the thoughtful, polished pop of their self-titled 2000 release, this band challenges its fans to grow up with them, while never neglecting to make the process sound fun.

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Suicide Machines

The Suicide Machines have earned one of the widest followings in Punk-Pop for good reason. Even without the benefit of horns, this winsome Detroit outfit puts together airtight Ska grooves that move crowds with mesmeric power. In a genre overpopulated with clones, the Suicide Machines stand out not only because they have a gift for hooks, but also because they dare to evolve. From the punchy stage-divers of Destruction by Definition (1996) to the thoughtful, polished pop of their self-titled 2000 release, this band challenges its fans to grow up with them, while never neglecting to make the process sound fun.

Über Suicide Machines

The Suicide Machines have earned one of the widest followings in Punk-Pop for good reason. Even without the benefit of horns, this winsome Detroit outfit puts together airtight Ska grooves that move crowds with mesmeric power. In a genre overpopulated with clones, the Suicide Machines stand out not only because they have a gift for hooks, but also because they dare to evolve. From the punchy stage-divers of Destruction by Definition (1996) to the thoughtful, polished pop of their self-titled 2000 release, this band challenges its fans to grow up with them, while never neglecting to make the process sound fun.

Über Suicide Machines

The Suicide Machines have earned one of the widest followings in Punk-Pop for good reason. Even without the benefit of horns, this winsome Detroit outfit puts together airtight Ska grooves that move crowds with mesmeric power. In a genre overpopulated with clones, the Suicide Machines stand out not only because they have a gift for hooks, but also because they dare to evolve. From the punchy stage-divers of Destruction by Definition (1996) to the thoughtful, polished pop of their self-titled 2000 release, this band challenges its fans to grow up with them, while never neglecting to make the process sound fun.

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