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For Ruin Issues Band Activity Update

Irish act For Ruin has checked in with the following update about recent and upcoming activity:

"This week has been dogged by shitty weather in this part of the world and it took our drummer Pete three attempts/cancellations to fly to Ireland from Europe to rehearse and play this week - but hopefully the bad luck is over now... We have 3 new songs more or less complete and will most likely be performing a brand new track 'Mere Mortals' for the 1st time anywhere this coming Friday at the Cork show if all goes well.

"Our plans for the early part of 2011 so far are pretty well laid out. We will be making an announcement regarding Last Light in the very near future (good news!); we'd hoped to be in the position to announce something this week but a few things have delayed us so, again, watch this space!

"We have some ideas for the new songs that will hopefully come to fruition, as well as a few surprises if all goes well. The new material so far is a continuation of the Last Light style with some variety in terms of pace in one of the songs (probably the final song on the next album) and the speed and heaviness that featured throughout Last Light will be maintained in all others. Last Light featured a couple of 'older' songs but everything on the next record will be brand new, nothing re-visited from older times.

"This week's show will be the last for some months while we continue writing and rehearsing new material - there should be some signs of life in or around March or April 2011 with the Last Light news following hopefully before the end of 2010. 'til then - be well."

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