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Below is our complete My Ruin news coverage, including columns and articles pertaining to the band. Some articles listed may be indirectly related, such as side projects of the band members, etc.

Note: We began associating news directly with bands in late 2003. Therefore, earlier band news may not be listed on this page.

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My Ruin Comments On Peter Steele's Death

Los Angeles rockers My Ruin have issued the following comments about the recent death of Type O Negative front man Peter Steele:

"When I heard the sad news that Peter Steele had passed away I really didn’t want to believe it was true because 48 is so young and when someone you know dies it really makes you think about your own mortality and how life can be cut short in a moment. It makes you think of a lot of things. I met Peter back in 1996 when my previous band ‘Manhole’ was asked to join Type O Negative on their October Rust tour along with Life of Agony. We spent 2 months rockin the USA together and a cold and grey skied month in Europe which ironically seemed to be the perfect backdrop for the tour at the time.

"From the first day I met Peter I thought he was so funny but not in the typical funny guy way. He had this self-deprecating sense of humor that was kind of unusual for a front man in rock and he was definitely not your usual lead singer. He never seemed to take himself too seriously for a majestic man whose 6’7 commanding presence could come off very intimidating to those who didn’t know him. I always found him to be nice and even a bit insecure on occasion even and I used to joke that he reminded me of the Wolfman, Frankenstein and Dracula all rolled up into one sinisterly handsome rockstar. I remember being on the road together and after shows people would to ask me to introduce them to him because they were afraid to approach him which I always found funny and so did he when I told him.

"Writers were always curious during interviews as to how he was treating me while on the tour because he had such a strange reputation when it came to women. Once when we were doing an on the road feature for Metal Hammer Magazine he came backstage and saw I was doing a photo shoot and decided he wanted to be in a few shots with me so we hammed it up together for the camera. Before meeting Peter, I remember thinking he was probably going to be a complete asshole to me but he was actually the total opposite and I was pleasantly surprised. He was very sweet and treated me with respect while on the road which meant a great deal to me at the time. He went out of his way to make me feel comfortable and would always let me use the kettle, mirror and bathroom in his dressing room before we went on stage if ours happened to be a shithole which it was on many nights. It may sound silly but it was little things like that which meant a lot to me as a woman on tour with a bunch of dudes. More...

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My Ruin Post "Slide You The Horn" Video Online

Los Angeles rockers MY RUIN have recently posted a new song on the band's MySpace page. The track "Nothing Is Sacred" is taken from the group's latest album, "Throat Full Of Heart", which was produced by Mick Murphy and Duane Burda and released through the band's own imprint label Rovena Recordings via Cargo Records UK.

In other news, MY RUIN has posted a fourth music video from the new album for the song "Slide You The Horn". The clip was filmed by two longtime fans and friends of the band — Tor Burrows and Ryan Cork of Acid Pie Productions — with footage shot at the Carling Academy in Birmingham, England on MY RUIN's January Tell Your God Tour. Also available is a live video for the song "Burn The Witch", which was filmed at the Whisky A-Go Go in February 2008. Both clips feature guitarist Mick Murphy, bassist Chris Lisee and new drummer Marcelo Palomino, who was vocalist Tairrie B's former bandmate years ago in MANHOLE/TURA SATANA. More...

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My Ruin Part With Drummer, Announce Replacement

MY RUIN frontwoman Tarrie B has issued the following update:

"Matt [LeChevalier, drums] is no longer in MY RUIN. Before you think what we KNOW you must be thinking, let me explain....because there are no hard feelings.

"Matt joined MY RUIN in 2005 right after we released our last album, 'The Brutal Language'. We were coming off a very long tour in the States with someone in our band who we needed to replace immediately. Matt spent two years with us touring, recording the new album and making our new video for 'Ready For Blood'. We always knew that his time with our band was limited because he is a French citizen and there were both visa and personal issues he had to deal with which had nothing to do with our band.

"Matt is an amazing drummer. He helped us to create the most personal and powerful album we have ever made. We wish him all the best in his future endeavors and will always have a special place for him in our hearts and remember his time with MY RUIN fondly.

"Now it's time for our NEXT announcement.....

"For the past two months we have been in the studio rehearsing for our UK tour with someone very special to us (especially to ME!). Some of you may remember him and many of you are about to meet for the first time in January. His name is Marcelo Palomino. You might remember Celo as my former drummer in both MANHOLE and TURA SATANA. We have been friends for many years and over those years, he has become like a brother to me and is family to the band.

"When I started MY RUIN in 1999 I actually asked Celo to be my drummer as I toured the 'Speak & Destroy' album in the UK.

"It's funny how things have come around full circle.

"Celo is a killer drummer, always has been, and there is a connection than runs deeply between us musically. We grew up on the road touring together for many years all over the world. We had no idea what it would be like after so long apart but it feels natural with him playing in the band. Just cool and really fun for all of us. The band sounds tight and we're counting down the days.

"We hope this was a great surprise for everyone and you are all just as excited to see Marcelo on stage with us as we are having him. It's been great so far and our setlist is pretty intense. So get ready!!!"

Check out a photo of the new MY RUIN lineup at this location.

MY RUIN's new album, "Throat Full of Heart", is due this month via the band's own imprint label Rovena Recordings in association with Cargo Records UK. The CD was co-produced by MY RUIN guitarist Mick Murphy and Duane Burda. The disc also includes the music video for the song "Ready for Blood", directed by Ben Le Vine, with a behind-the-scenes look at the making of the video along with a mini-movie of MY RUIN with never-before-seen footage of the band in the studio during the recording sessions for the new album as well as a personal photo/video film created by Miss B, titled "Through The Wound", which documents her accident from the injury to her recovery this past year.

"Throat Full of Heart" track listing:

01. Ready For Blood
02. Memento Mori
03. Skeleton Key
04. Me Without You
05. Religiosity
06. Slide You The Horn
07. Not This Time
08. Dragon Steel
09. Nothing Is Sacred
10. Through The Wound

MY RUIN will hit the UK again in January 2008 for its "Tell Your God Tour" with special guests DIE SO FLUID and PLASTIC TOYS. Kicking off the trek will be a visual/listening record release party in honor of Tairrie B's birthday at The Fly Bar in London on January 18.

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My Ruin Post New Song Online

Los Angeles-based hard rock band MY RUIN has released the video for its new song "Religiosity". The track comes off the group's new album, "Throat Full of Heart", due in January 2008 via the band's own imprint label Rovena Recordings in association with Cargo Records UK. The CD was co-produced by MY RUIN guitarist Mick Murphy and Duane Burda.

Nasty and Sinister, two guerrilla-style female filmakers from England (who shot and directed the MY RUIN video "Spilling Open" while travelling with the band and documenting their Brutal Language UK tour in early 2006) created the new video for "Religiosity" for the group's DVD, which is featured in the album's digipack edition. "We wanted this video to be totally different than our last one so we asked Nasty and Sinister, who have also created videos for our spoken-word side project THE LVRS and Mick's metal instrumental recordings 'Neanderthal' to edit something which would represent the song using various vintage stock footage and religious imagery instead of having the band actually perform," stated vocalist Miss B. "We really love what they came up with. [Even though] it might be misunderstood by some, it definitely fits the song and keeps with the theme of the new album which was very important to us as a band."

Watch the "Religiosity" video below.

The disc also includes the music video for the song "Ready for Blood", directed by Ben Le Vine, with a behind-the-scenes look at the making of the video along with a mini-movie of MY RUIN with never-before-seen footage of the band in the studio during the recording sessions for the new album as well as a personal photo/video film created by Miss B, titled "Through The Wound", which documents her accident from the injury to her recovery this past year.

"Throat Full of Heart" track listing:

01. Ready For Blood
02. Memento Mori
03. Skeleton Key
04. Me Without You
05. Religiosity
06. Slide You The Horn
07. Not This Time
08. Dragon Steel
09. Nothing Is Sacred
10. Through The Wound

MY RUIN will hit the UK again in January 2008 for its "Tell Your God Tour" with special guests DIE SO FLUID and PLASTIC TOYS. Kicking off the trek will be a visual/listening record release party in honor of Tairrie B's birthday at The Fly Bar in London on January 18.
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My Ruin Post Another New Song Online

Los Angeles-based hard rock band MY RUIN has posted a new song, "Through The Wound", on the group's MySpace page. The track comes off MY RUIN's upcoming album, "Throat Full of Heart", which is set to be released in January 2008 on the band's own imprint label Rovena Recordings in association with Cargo Records UK. The CD was recorded at The Hobby Shop in Los Angeles and co-produced by MY RUIN guitarist Mick Murphy and producer/engineer Duane Burda.

According to vocalist Tairrie B, "Through The Wound" is a very personal song which was recorded only a few weeks after her car accident in late 2006. "I was still living in the moment in many ways, on heavy painkillers and not able to fully straighten my arm which was filled with staples from my surgery and skin graft at the time," she says. "I would be tracking vocals and my fingers would swell up and hand would go numb. It was all so surreal." More...

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My Ruin Announce Support Bands For UK Tour

DIE SO FLUID and PLASTIC TOYS have been confirmed as the support bands for the Los Angeles-based hard rock band MY RUIN on their upcoming UK tour, which is scheduled to launch in January.

"Tell Your God Tour" dates:

Jan. 19 - The Park - Peterborough
Jan. 20 - The Charlotte - Leicester
Jan. 21 - The Cathous - Glasgow
Jan. 22 - Moshulu - Aberdeen
Jan. 23 - Ironworks - Iverness
Jan. 24 - Academy - Liverpool
Jan. 25 - Corporation - Sheffield
Jan. 26 - Rio's - Leeds
Jan. 27 - Academy - Newcastle
Jan. 28 - Academy 3 - Manchester
Jan. 29 - Academy 2 - Birmingham
Jan. 30 - Concorde 2 - Brighton
Jan. 31 - Joiners - Southampton
Feb. 01 - Academy - Bristol
Feb. 02 - Islington Academy – London

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My Ruin Post Another New Song Online

Los Angeles-based hard rock band MY RUIN has posted another new song, "Skeleton Key", on its MySpace page. The track comes off the group's new album, "Throat Full of Heart", due on January 14, 2008 via the band's own imprint label Rovena Recordings in association with Cargo Records UK.

Co-produced by MY RUIN guitarist Mick Murphy and producer/engineer Duane Burda, "Throat Full of Heart" was recorded at The Hobby Shop in Highland Park, California, which was built and is owned by producers Mudrock and Scott Gilman. The new album includes MY RUIN's first official DVD and features two music videos for the tracks "Ready for Blood" and "Religiosity" with bonus footage and a behind-the-scenes look at the making of "Ready for Blood". The disc will also include a mini-movie of the band with never-before-seen footage from the studio as well as a personal photo/video film, "Through the Wound", created by vocalist Tairrie B. which documents her accident last October 2006 — from the injury to her recovery this past year. MY RUIN will also release a limited-edition picture disc of the new album featuring the bonus track "Cold Hands, Warm Heart" which was recorded live in London at The Mean Fiddler during MY RUIN's 2006 "Brutal Language Tour". More...

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My Ruin Release 'Ready For Blood' Video

Los Angeles-based hard rock band MY RUIN has released the video for its new song "Ready for Blood". Watch it here. The track comes off the group's new album, "Throat Full of Heart", due on January 14, 2008 via the band's own imprint label Rovena Recordings in association with Cargo Records UK.

Co-produced by MY RUIN guitarist Mick Murphy and producer/engineer Duane Burda, "Throat Full of Heart" was recorded at The Hobby Shop in Highland Park, California, which was built and is owned by producers Mudrock and Scott Gilman. The new album includes MY RUIN's first official DVD and features two music videos for the tracks "Ready for Blood" and "Religiosity" with bonus footage and a behind-the-scenes look at the making of "Ready for Blood". The disc will also include a mini-movie of the band with never-before-seen footage from the studio as well as a personal photo/video film, "Through the Wound", created by vocalist Tairrie B. which documents her accident last October 2006 — from the injury to her recovery this past year. MY RUIN will also release a limited-edition picture disc of the new album featuring the bonus track "Cold Hands, Warm Heart" which was recorded live in London at The Mean Fiddler during MY RUIN's 2006 "Brutal Language Tour". More...

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My Ruin Announce New Album Details

Los Angeles-based hard rock band MY RUIN has set a January 14, 2008 release date for its new album, "Throat Full of Heart", on the group's own imprint label Rovena Recordings in association with Cargo Records UK.

Co-produced by MY RUIN guitarist Mick Murphy and producer/engineer Duane Burda, "Throat Full of Heart" was recorded at The Hobby Shop in Highland Park, California, which was built and is owned by producers Mudrock and Scott Gilman. The new album includes MY RUIN's first official DVD and features two music videos for the tracks "Ready for Blood" and "Religiosity" with bonus footage and a behind-the-scenes look at the making of "Ready for Blood". The disc will also include a mini-movie of the band with never-before-seen footage from the studio as well as a personal photo/video film, "Through the Wound", created by vocalist Tairrie B. which documents her accident last October 2006 — from the injury to her recovery this past year. MY RUIN will also release a limited-edition picture disc of the new album featuring the bonus track "Cold Hands, Warm Heart" which was recorded live in London at The Mean Fiddler during MY RUIN's 2006 "Brutal Language Tour".

"Throat Full of Heart" track listing:

01. Ready for Blood
02. Memento Mori
03. Skeleton Key
04. Me without You
05. Religiosity
06. Slide You the Horn
07. Not This Time
08. Dragon Steel
09. Nothing Is Sacred
10. Through the Wound

In other news, MY RUIN has announced dates for its "Tell Your God Tour" in the UK which it will be headlining in January 2008. Kicking off the trek will be a visual/listening record release party in honor of Miss B's birthday at The Fly Bar in London on January 18.

"Tell Your God Tour" dates:

Jan. 19 - The Park - Peterborough
Jan. 20 - The Charlotte - Leicester
Jan. 21 - The Cathous - Glasgow
Jan. 22 - Moshulu - Aberdeen
Jan. 23 - Ironworks - Iverness
Jan. 24 - Academy - Liverpool
Jan. 25 - Corporation - Sheffield
Jan. 26 - Rio's - Leeds
Jan. 27 - Academy - Newcastle
Jan. 28 - Academy 3 - Manchester
Jan. 29 - Academy 2 - Birmingham
Jan. 30 - Concorde 2 - Brighton
Jan. 31 - Joiners - Southampton
Feb. 01 - Academy - Bristol
Feb. 02 - Islington Academy - London

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My Ruin To Embark On 'Summer Of Hell Tour'

MY RUIN, the Los Angeles-based hard rock band fronted by Tairrie B, will be supporting ARMORED SAINT at The Galaxy Theatre in Santa Ana, California ob June 18 then hitting the road and the end of the month to headline their own "Summer of Hell Tour" in Europe with guests/labelmates GU MEDICINE & BARRABUS in support of their latest album, "The Brutal Language", out now on Rovena Recordings/Undergroove. MY RUIN recently uploaded a new track from their current album via their MySpace page to coincide with the tour as well as a new video for the song "Spilling Open" which was directed by the U.K. duo Nasty & Sinister, who are currently busy editing the band's first official DVD. MY RUIN have have also recently inked a deal with Giant Merch and will be debuting their new official online store via the band web site at www.myruin.com when they return from Europe to headline their final West Coast shows (both with guests UNDER THE STONE) before they commence recording their next album in the fall with new members Chris Lisee and Matt Lechevalier.

MY RUIN - Summer of Hell Tour dates:

Jun. 30- London, UK @ Garage
Jul. 01 - Nottingham, UK @ Rock City
Jul. 03 - Glasgow, UK @ Cathouse
Jul. 04 - Birmingham, UK @ Academy 2
Jul. 05 - Liverpool, UK @ Academy 2
Jul. 06 - Newcastle, UK @ Academy
Jul. 07 - Bradford, UK @ Rios
Jul. 08 - Ashton, UK @ Witchwood
Jul. 10 - Exeter, UK @ Cavern Club
Jul. 11 - Bristol, UK @ Acadamy
Jul. 12 - Southampton, UK @ Joiners
Jul. 13 - Norwich, UK @ Waterfront
Jul. 14 - Luton, UK @ University Student Union
Jul. 15 - Montmartin Sur Mer, FRA @ Chauffer Dans La Noirceur Festival
Jul. 16 - Rennes, FRA @ Mondo Bizarro
Jul. 17 - Nantes, FRA @ Le Floride
Jul. 18 - Toulouse, FRA @ Les Vents Du Sud
Jul. 19 - Bordeaux, FRA @ Le Local
Jul. 20 - Paris, FRA @ Le Batofar
Aug. 11 - Hollywood, CA @ The Whisky a G-Go
Aug. 19 - San Diego, CA @ Brick by Brick

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666 Degrees Of Metal: My Ruin Murders The Whisky

On Saturday, April 1st, with some serious heavy metal electricity in the air, I was in person to see a rather large bill of underground metal bands at The Whisky A Go Go here in Los Angeles. First up was Coalition Bear from Thousand Oaks, featuring Jake Goodrich on Vocals, Brett Leonard on Drums, Jack Howard on Guitars, Quinn Brentson on Bass and Aaron Collins on Keyboard. Citing influences ranging from Lamb of God, Misery Signals, Darkest Hour to Toad the Wet Sprocket, I found this act to be one that wasn't too original or too stimulating, yet somehow still captured some of my interest during their thirty minutes as the show opener. The vocalist, Goodrich, worked the crowd with some light-hearted jokes and flat out had the death growl down better than most that are trying to emulate the work of Randy Blythe. Remnants Of Solace is a song that has some cool moments, certainly the repetetive end lyric howl of "I will make you remember."
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My Ruin Crushes The Whisky A Go Go

Headlining act, MY RUIN, in support of their brand new album: The Brutal Language on Rovena Recordings, made damn sure that everyone - packed tightly into Hollywood, California's famed Whisky A Go Go club last night - got an adrenalin and beer-fueled Heavy Metal show to remember.

The first band I witnessed upon arrival at around 8PM was AMERICAN AFTERMATH.

AMERICAN AFTERMATH (hear them on MySpace), is led by founding guitarist, bassist and songwriter Rich Gonzales. Rich is well known for his past work with the metal outfit DIESEL MACHINE, which also featured the likes of Pat Lachman (DAMAGEPLAN-THE MERCY CLINIC).

AA's other band members are: Chris Moore on drums, Ed Veliz on vocals, Rudy Gonzales jammin' bass.

I noticed Rich was seated the entire set... kind of had me confused -- but as I now understand his story, the cat has spent the last few years recovering from a near fatal motorcycle accident in 2002. He is now paralyzed and in a wheelchair.

I dunno... but I'd say that's about the most metal thing I've seen in some time. And he can still play the guitar, let me say that right off. He had some solid solos and beefy riff work during the roughly half hour set. AA have the Alice in Chains meets hardcore metal-thang going on.

Next up from Whittier, California was the harcdcore metal act: AL-CE-MI (hear them on MySpace).

They are Josh on Vocals-- Ned Barrett and Ray Mendez on Guitars -- Nyroh working the Bass -- Kirk Allen hitting the Drums -- Ryan Gregory Samples .

They had a bit of the OG West Coast hardcore flave ... and they seem to have a good time with it, which makes it more appealing to all.

Next on the stage was Salimus(hear them on MySpace), a death metal act from Norwalk, California. They had an obvious following in the crowd and were the first band of the night to get the pit going. It wasn't a lightweight circle jerk either... as I witnessed quite a few people getting thrown around like drunk rag dolls. Salimus had some seriously heavy-hitting songs breaking off and deep, evil lyrics that you could 'actually' understand, which I dig very much.

Pouncing thru their set with such 'full metal abandon', these young guys almost nearly ended up stealing the show from all involved.

Up next was Pat Lachman's new outfit THE MERCY CLINIC (hear them on MySpace), formed after Dimebag's onstage murder back in December/2004 (R.I.P. Dime, we all miss you still soooooo much!).

Right out the gate, I could tell Pat had shaken the cold he had when I saw TMC two weeks back at The Viper Room in Hollywood. Their set was another short one... maybe twenty-five minutes... nonetheless, they surged thru like metal champs. Even though they are more melodic metal at this early point, they can drop the hardcore 'thunder' as well... loving it!

Next up was to be DEMOLITION PIT... but for whatever reason, MY RUIN came out before them... doesn't matter - MY RUIN was the main reason I showed up in the first place.

For those of you tried and true metal heads that dont know this band, GET ON IT... Tairrie B is the female Phil Anselmo! I was extremely knocked out by her HIGH VOLTAGE vocal performance. She sounded ten times more satanic than Linda Blair during the craziest scenes in The Exorcist. Mick Murphy on lead guitar really has come into his own and had some nice 'frenetic' solo moments. The other two new players, Frenchy on drums and Chris Lisee on bass, are way solid and were playing like madmen going all-out for the metal glory!

MY RUIN (hear them on MySpace) covered a bunch of their classics... truly hardcore. The highlight came when they pulled out the new tune entitled: 'Vince Vaughan'... and such an instant classic this one is... basically taking a poke at the ridiculous image this 'partyin-hipster' movie actor has garnered as the ultimate 'lady killer'. Great song! It was nice to have some humor mixed into the volatile set.

I split after MY RUIN finished... so I owe the boys in Demolition Pit a future review.

Get out and support any one of these bands. They certainly deserve it.

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Bleed The Sky Announce UK Tour Dates

Bleed The Sky are to tour the UK with Withered and Bridge Of Solace after finishing their US tour with My Ruin and European dates with Hatebreed, Agnostic Front, Napalm Death, and Born From Pain. The tour dates are as follows: More...

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Bleed The Sky US and European Tour Dates

Bleed The Sky will be touring the U.S. with My Ruin this fall. The group will then hit Europe as part of Hatebreed's headline tour with Agnostic Front, Napalm Death, and Born From Pain.

9/23 West Hollwyood, CA @ Whisky A Go Go
9/26 El Paso, TX @ Surges
9/27 Lubbock, TX @ Space 1110
9/28 San Antonio, TX @ Bonds 007
9/29 Heights, TX @ Hero's Harker
9/30 Houma, LA @ Brickhouse
10/1 Jacksonville, FL @ Thee Imperial
10/3 Nashville, TN @ The Exit/In
10/5 Knoxville, TN @ Corner Lounge
10/6 Jonesboro, GA @ Breaker's Music Hall
10/7 Wilmington, NC @ Gracies 121
10/8 Fayetteville, NC @ Jester's Pub
10/9 Hickory, NC @ Hickory Undergroud
10/10 Winston-Salem, NC @ Ziggys
10/12 Springfield, VA @ Jaxx
10/13 Harrisburg, PA @ Dragonfly
10/14 Reading, PA @ The Silo
10/15 Brooklyn, NY @ Brooklyn Music Terminal
10/16 Pittston, PA @ Staircase
10/17 Asbury Park, NJ @ Stone Pony
10/18 Chicopee, MA @ Cabot Street Pub
10/19 Erie, PA @ State Street Tavern
10/20 Akron, OH @ The Voodoo
10/21 Rochester, NY @ Steel Music Hall
10/22 Limestone, NY @ Rock N' Rick's Flood Zone
10/23 Lakewood, OH @ Hi-Fi Concert Club
10/25 Cincinnati, OH @ Never On Sundays
10/26 Detroit, MI @ I-Rock Nightclub
10/27 West Frankfort, IL @ Hoshis
10/28 LaSalle, IL @ 9th St. Pub
10/29 Monmouth, IL @ Rivoli Theatre
10/30 Dundee, IL @ Clearwater Theatre
10/31 Sioux City, IA @ Lewis Bowl (The Annex)
11/1 Omaha, NE @ Slammer's
11/2 Manhattan, KS @ PJs
11/4 Oklahoma City, OK @ Purgatory

12/1 Schlachthof Wiesbaden
12/2 The Forum London
12/3 Fun Box Amalie Essen
12/4 Ancienne Belgique Brussels
12/5 Große Freiheit Hamburg
12/6 Löwensaal Löwensaal
12/7 Wien Arena Wien
12/8 LKA Stuttgart
12/9 Paradiso Amsterdam
12/10 Alter Schlachthof Dresden
12/12 Huxleys Berlin

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My Ruin To Release New Album On September 27

Irreverent hard-rock band My Ruin will release their new studio album, "The Brutal Language," September 27. The band added bassist Chris Lisee and drummer Jason Brunk to its lineup after completing the disc.

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My Ruin Ready New Album On Own Label

My Ruin are to release a new album, 'The Brutal Language', at the end of September. It will be on their own label, Rovena Recordings. This is the band's first record with the new rhythm section of bassist Chris Lisee and drummer Jason Brunk.

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My Ruin Loss Rhythm Department

My Ruin have parted with drummer Yael and bassist Johnny Chow. The band have actually now finished recording new album 'Brutal Language Of Being In Love', but are said to be re-recording both the drum and bass parts.

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My Ruin To Leave Century Media

MY RUIN, the Los Angeles-based band fronted by ex-TURA SATANA/Manhole singer Tairrie B., are in the process of getting released from their contract with Century Media Records after issuing one EP ("The Shape of Things to Come") and full-length CD ("The Horror Of Beauty") through the label.

MY RUIN recently announced the addition of former SYSTEMATIC bassist Johnny Chow (a.k.a. John Mark Bechtel) to the group's ranks. Chow joined MY RUIN as the replacement for Meghan Mattox, who was "asked to leave" the band following their most recent U.S. tour with SOIL.

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My Ruin Replaces Departed Bassist

MY RUIN, the Los Angeles-based band fronted by ex-TURA SATANA singer Tairrie B., have announced that longtime friend Mat Dauzat of the band HYROVIGE will be filling in on bass for the upcoming U.K. tour and the rescheduled The Whiskey (Hollywood) show on June 12. Dauzat will be playing with the group as a temporary replacement for Meghan Mattox, who was "asked to leave" the band following their recent U.S. tour with SOIL.

MY RUIN will embark on a U.K. tour with SUFFRAJETS beginning on May 9 in Bristol.

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My Ruin Add Special Show

Hot on the heels of the SOLD OUT March 22nd show supporting SOiL at Chicago's legendary venue The Metro, Los Angeles rockers MY RUIN will play a "one off" all ages show Tuesday March 23rd at The Bottom Lounge 3206 N Wilton (off of Clark and Belmont) with Smoke and Ditchwater. Tickets are $10 and doors open at 6:00 PM. Get there early: My Ruin will be meeting their fans, taking photos and signing autographs, and the first 100 people in the door will get a free copy of the Magazine MK ULTRA with Tairrie B on the cover and an in-depth band interview. At 10PM Tairrie B and guitarist Mick Murphy will DJ a 21 and over MK after-party where attendees can meet the band, and help celebrate the bands drummer Yael's birthday.

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