Suicide Bombers introduce new lead guitarist Stevie “The Sex Toy” Teaze

Suicide Bombers introduce new lead guitarist Stevie “The Sex Toy” Teaze

Norwegian sleaze rockers, Suicide Bombers, have announced their new lead guitarist, Stevie “The Sex Toy” Teaze who will be replacing the band’s former long-time lead guitarist, Lazy Leather.

The following message was posted on Suicide Bombers‘ Facebook page earlier today:


Stevie Teaze (Lead Guitar and Backing Vocals) – The Sex Toy;

A fast fingered ricochet bending sound molecules to orgasmic manifestation in the electric symphony. A six-string serial thriller and wonder child administering pure machine gun attraction. Every girl’s dirty little secret, sending shockwaves down the spine of your holy highness in full public view

…over & motherfucking out!”

Sleaze Roxx stated the following in its review of Suicide Idols: “I really like that the Suicide Bombers kept things simple with their songs by really building and capitalizing on simple guitar riffs, giving the listener the time to hear Doll‘s vocals and simply not overplaying on any of the songs with over the top guitar solos or anything like that. It’s like if there was a conscious effort to really put the songs first ahead of anyone else. My one beef with Suicide Idols is that I find that the best tracks are the slightly upbeat ones like “Suicide Idol,” “We Got Tonight” and “Keep An Eye On You.” For the rest of the songs, Suicide Bombers deliver catchy songs that will likely have you singing along at some point but it seems the brakes on those tracks were applied a little bit too much. I am pretty sure that if I was to see the Suicide Bombers play live, tracks like “Ready For Tonight,” “Generation Kill” and “Next World War” would all be sped up for the occasion. It’s kind of like KISS‘ slowed down versions of their now many classic tracks on their first three studio albums that simply come alive (pun intended) on Alive!, which was their breakthrough record. The contrast is likely not as sharp for Suicide Bombers but had most of the songs been sped up even a smidgen, it would have made them even better.”