SUICIDAL TENDENCIES Frontman On 'Big Brother 8'

Mike Muir of SUICIDAL TENDENCIES was in the crowd for the finale of "Big Brother 8" — the eighth season of the U.S. version of the reality TV show "Big Brother" on CBS — supporting Richard Louis "Evel Dick" Donato, who was one of the finalists. The entire final episode can be seen at this location and a screenshot of Muir can be viewed here. Every time the crowd is shown, Mike can be seen wearing his bandana and SxTx shirt.

Fan-filmed video footage of SUICIDAL TENDENCIES performing the song "War inside my Head" during this year's Fields of Rock festival, which was held June 16-17 in Biddinghuizen, Holland, has been posted at YouTube.

A 20-minute video interview with Mike Muir conducted by the "Metal Zone" radio show on Radio Haute Angevine on April 15, 2007 at the Shaker Fest in France has been posted online at this location.

A preview clip of the first-ever SUICIDAL TENDENCIES live DVD has been posted online at the group's official web site. Check out the song "War inside my Head", recorded on October 29, 2005 at the Grand Olympic Auditorium in Los Angeles, at this location.

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SUICIDAL TENDENCIES is putting the finishing touches on its new studio CD with producer Paul Northfield.

SUICIDAL TENDENCIES' current recording lineup is as follows:

Mike Muir - Vocals
Mike Clark - Guitars
Dean Pleasants - Guitars
Ron Brunner Jr. - Drums
Steve Brunner - Bass

(Thanks: ZombieRichard)


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