Did I mention I like ska-core? I’m especially a huge fan of 90s-era ska-core and third-wave ska. I remember listening to The Suicide Machines debut album, Destruction by Definition, when it came out in 1996. It was quite an experience.
In my opinion one of the defining bands of the ska-core genre, The Suicide Machines rocked for 15 years, from their formation in 1991 to their sudden breakup in 2006. Hailing from Detroit, Michigan, their first couple of albums emanated ska-core. Their later albums moved away from the ska aspect and more into the punk rock aspect, but still managed to sound like The Suicide Machines.
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