BiographyThe 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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