Myke Hideous

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Myke Hideous
Born(1966-10-16) October 16, 1966 (age 47)
Years active1988–present
Associated actsThe Empire Hideous, Misfits, Bronx Casket Co., Spy Society 99
Websitemykehideous.com
 
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Myke Hideous
Born(1966-10-16) October 16, 1966 (age 47)
Years active1988–present
Associated actsThe Empire Hideous, Misfits, Bronx Casket Co., Spy Society 99
Websitemykehideous.com

Myke Hideous is an American gothic rock singer who created The Empire Hideous and performed with Bronx Casket Company, Spy Society 99, and the Misfits.

Before joining The Misfits, Myke released a 1994 solo album called Out Of Anger and sang for The Empire Hideous. Myke joined the Misfits in 1998 when Michale Graves took an indefinite hiatus because he did not want to go on an extensive tour outside the USA. Myke did vocals at all shows on the Europe and South America tours that summer, but Graves returned to the band later that year after the tour was completed. Myke later sang for Spy Society 99 and The Bronx Casket Co.

At the beginning of 2011, Myke released his final "Empire Hideous" - record - "The Time Has Come" and also appears in the Documentary "Living the American Nightmare: the Story of a Rockstar". This documentary features Myke Hideous as the main center-piece, telling the story of living a rock-star-life.

Myke released the cover song, Moving in Stereo, by The Cars as a free download on his website to commemorate the loss of Peter Steele as it was one of Peter Steele' favorite songs. [1]

Hideous created a Facebook page for 'The Hideous Files'.