Suicidal Tendencies Play Warped Party

Suicidal Tendencies, Faith Hill, Garth Brooks, Sporty Thievz, TLC, Rage Against the Machine, David Lee Roth, Bad Company, David Bowie...

Suicidal Tendencies played an unannounced set at the kickoff

party for the Vans Warped Tour on Thursday night (May 6) at the Key Club

in Los Angeles. The Venice, Calif., punk band, which will release its

first album in five years May 18 -- Freedumb -- was one of four

Warped bands who played the party. Also performing were New York hardcore

quintet H20 and California's 7Seconds and Straight Faced.

"It's a great opportunity for us because a lot of people will be coming

to see other bands, but it's not who you come to see it's who you're

talking about when you leave," Suicidal Tendencies singer Mike Muir

said of the tour, which kicks off June 25 in San Antonio, Texas, and also

features rappers Cypress Hill and Ice-T

and punk bands Blink 182 and Pennywise.