The Suicide Machines, a band that many fans of 90s punk rock will remember fondly, are set to release their first album of new material in nearly 15 years. The group disbanded in 2006. It’s understood that the new record will be released on the prestigious punk-rock record label, Fat Wreck Chords.
The band was highly active during the 1990s. Despite never attaining the commercial success that many had expected they’d receive, the group won over many loyal fans. Much of that was due to the Suicide Machines relentless touring. The group played multiple times on the Warped Tour, one of the most famous alternative and punk rock festivals of the day.
Their brand new album will be titled Revolution Spring. It has been announced that Fat Wreck Chords will release it on March 27th. It is produced by Roger Lima (Less Than Jake) and is touted as a return to the group’s punk, hardcore and ska roots.
“We all felt we wrote such a good record that there could be no home for us other than FAT,” vocalist Jason Navarro told Kerrang.