After the breakup of Hanoi Rocks in 1985, he and his former band mate Andy McCoy recorded an acoustic album under the name The Suicide Twins which was released in 1986 and was titled "Silver Missiles and Nightingales". At the same time McCoy and Suicide started The Cherry Bombz, which included Dave Tregunna (Sham 69, The Lords of the New Church) on bass, Terry Chimes (The Clash) on drums and singer Anita Chellemah. The Cherry Bombz released only one EP in 1986. After The Cherry Bombz, Nasty went on to form his own band Cheap and Nasty. Nasty Suicide also appears on Michael Monroe's second solo album "Not Fakin' It", released in 1989, as a co-writer and guitarist.
Suicide was also a member of Monroe's band Demolition 23. in the early nineties, where he replaced the original guitarist Jay Fenning (Star Star). After the break up of Demolition 23, Suicide recorded an album under his given name in 1995 entitled "Vinegar Blood", which was released in Finland only (and possibly in Japan). In the mid 1990's Suicide retired from music business and moved back to Finland (which was the reason why Demolition 23 broke up), where he finished his High School. After graduating from High School he educated himself as a pharmacist and works currently in a drug company in Finland.
Suicide made a few guest appearances with the reformed Hanoi Rocks in the 2000's. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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