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Social Distortion (often referred to as Social D) is an influential punk rock band that formed in the late 1970s and is still together today. Social Distortion was formed in 1978 by frontman Mike Ness, inspired equally by British punk and older acts like The Rolling Stones.

the group released their eleventh and most recent album, Hard Times and Nursery Rhymes, in January, 2011.

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Social Distortion hinted in an interview that their new album may not be recorded until towards the end of 2006. The band played an unreleased song "Diamonds in the Rough" at a concert at Royal Oak Music Theatre in Royal Oak, Michigan on September 27, 2005 and Ness does not know if it will appear on the upcoming album. In January 2006, Ness also stated that there will be a greatest hits album and will contain some songs from the upcoming album.

In February 2006, Ness was seriously injured and broke his wrist in a skateboarding accident. He has since had his good friend TSOL guitarist Ron Emory to fill his place on guitar for the tour while he continues to sing for the band with his arm in a cast and sling.

Their tracks appers on several video games. For example, track "Don't Drag Me Down" was featured on Dave Mirra Freestyle BMX video game and "Mommy's Little Monster" was featured on Tony Hawk's Underground.