"In general, everyone forgets the strength that they have, and they need someone to remind them. We like to be able to remind those older fans that they can still do stuff that they meant to do in the past. It's good to see people progress in life, no matter how old they are."

No one can argue with that, considering Muir has been making music for more than three decades. But even he doesn't know what the next 13 years of his career will look like.

"In the last 13 years, I've had a couple of back surgeries, had some kids. A lot of the guys in the band had family members pass away."

Suicidal Tendencies: Still institutionalized.
Suicidal Tendencies: Still institutionalized.

But could their first album in all that time also be Suicidal Tendencies' last?

"When the first record came out 25 years ago, I even said then that it might be the first and it might be the last record . . . I can't say for sure, [but] I think it's a stronger chance this could be the last one compared to what I said then."

But no matter how old you are or how many years fly by, it's all just numbers.

"I've never tried to project what could happen in five years — back then or now."

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