Mike Muir of Suicidal Tendencies. Credit: Steve Jennings/WireImage

Suicidal Tendencies have returned to Instagram after a three-week disappearance, divulging their note had been temporarily pulled from the platform because of their strap name.

“This isn’t the first time we’ve been flagged but hopefully it will be the last, ” the Californian hardcore outfit wrote in their comeback announce. “We’ll go into that more last-minute, but right now we want to focus on the positive and give our beST to you all and say thanks for always STanding with us! ”

Also announced in the berth was a band collaboration with Dixxon Flannel Co, launching a shirt commemorating the 30 th remembrance of’ The Plague That Makes Your Booty Move … It’s The Infectious Grooves’, the 1991 debut by funk-metal supergroup Infectious Grooves( which is fronted by Suicidal Bias vocalist Mike Muir ).

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Suicidal Tendencies’ return to Instagram comes in the nick of time for their figure at the Aftershock festival in Sacramento, where they’ll perform tomorrow( October 8) alongside the likes of Metallica, Volbeat, Rancid, Seether and the Dropkick Murphys.

Earlier this month, bassist Roberto’ Ra’ Diaz wrapped up a interminable US tour accomplishing with Korn, crowding in for Reginald’ Fieldy’ Arvizu after it was announced that Fieldy would be taking an extended hiatus from accomplishing with Korn. At the time, Fieldy cited a need to manage “bad habits” that had “caused some hostility with the person or persons around[ him] ”.

Back in May, Muir participated makes with representatives of Rancid( vocalist Tim Armstrong and bassist Matt Freeman) and Pennywise( guitarist Fletcher Dragge and drummer Byron McMackin) to form a new supergroup named The Crew. The organization acquired their entry with the road’ One Voice’, which was also secreted on vinyl to raise funds for Musack, an initiative that renders musical instruments to children and educators.

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