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Mike Muir (born March 14, 1964 in Venice, California) is the singer for Suicidal Tendencies and Infectious Grooves.

He has also released albums under his nickname Cyco Miko and has sung for No Mercy, replacing original singer Kevin Guercio, who sang for the band on the Welcome to Venice compilation. Cyco Miko released two albums on the record label Suicidal Records. The album Schizophrenic Born Again Problem Child was released in 2001, following up 1996’s Lost My Brain! (Once Again) (which featured Sex Pistols’s Steve Jones and future Velvet Revolver Dave Kushner). No Mercy released only one album with Muir, Widespread Bloodshed/Love Runs Red on Suicidal Records.

Muir has often been seen wearing a blue bandana (leading to rumors that he and Suicidal Tendencies were involved with local gangs) and a Los Angeles Kings jersey. He speaks with something as of an inner-city, almost Chicano-sounding accent, and has both Latino and non-Latino ancestry. He is the younger brother of Jim Muir of the Z-Boys skateboarding team. Jim got Mike into hard rock music as well as skateboarding at an early age. Muir went to Santa Monica College. [1] His house was made over into a “horror house” [2] on the Discovery Channel show Monster House.


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