Loud, dirty, and frantic garage punk.
Ever since Suicide Generation exploded in London like a dirty bomb blast, they have morphed into various incarnations to quickly become an eagerly devoured proposition in the capital?s hi-energy rock ‘n’ roll scene with their chaotic and explosive shows; their attack and intent as unpredictable as their sound.
Their debut album ?First Suicide? offered a raw, low-fi, blues-punk slab of sleaze; boasting no bass guitar and armed to the teeth with three buzzsaw guitars, slicing up the senses with a visceral energy that channeled like-minded sounds of The Reatards, Pussy Galore, Gun Club and GG Allin.
After signing a two-album deal with Dirty Water Records, and off the back of critical acclaim from the international music press, the band would then notch up two European tours and release a split single with LA?s Black Mambas, elevating their status as young, fast-rising upstarts on everyone’s radar.