One of the most peculiar and improbably entertaining bands to emerge from the skate-punk underground, Suicidal Tendencies made their name combining angular hardcore with jazz-fusion-level chops and eerie singsong hooks. Holding it all together is bandanna-clad, hoarse-voiced, perversely hilarious frontman Mike Muir, still the same self-proclaimed 'cyco' he was when he begged his mom for a Pepsi in the 1983 classic 'Institutionalized.' Fresh from releasing their first new album in 13 years (called 13, natch), the band celebrate their 30th anniversary across two nights of shows at Garden. The first night sees Muir and lead guitarist Dean Pleasants perform with spin-off supergroup Infectious Grooves, then Suicidal Tendencies take over on the Saturday night. Tokyo punk scene veterans including Cokehead Hipsters and Abnormals support.