Suicidal Tendencies' 1983 debut record is an undisputed classic. Even by the standards of the Los Angeles/Orange County hardcore punk scene, easily the most aggressive music in the world, the thrash infused assault of tracks like Possessed, I Shot the Devil, and Institutionalized represented an escalation, which would be immortalized on countless DIY shirts and hats as CYCO.
Of course in 1983, the possibility of any punk band, regardless of how influential they would prove to be, being acknowledged, let alone celebrated, by any aspect of mainstream culture was about as likely as Magnum P.I. sporting a mohawk and jackboots. 2018 is an entirely different story though, and when you were an integral part of kickstarting an evolved form of heavy music, it's something to be recognized.Frontman and founding member Mike Muir teams up with Converse to mark the 35th anniversary of this landmark album with a special footwear and apparel collection featuring graphics inspired by RxCx, whose flyers for the band in the 1980s defined the Suicidal aesthetic.
If a size is not listed, it is sold out.
ALL LAUNCH (QS), LIMITED EDITION, AND BRAND COLLABORATION PRODUCTS ARE FINAL SALE.