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My Ruin

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My Ruin, a Los Angeles, CA, USA-based hard rock band, was formed in 1999 by lead singer Tairrie B in the wake of her former band Tura Satana, which was previously known as Manhole.

Although originally intended as a solo project for her debut album 'Speak & Destroy', My Ruin quickly became a band when she met guitarist and co-songwriter Mick Murphy. The band has been subject to various line-up changes since forming.

Their current lineup includes: Read more on Last.fm

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Album: My Ruin – Alive On The Other Side

October 27th, 2008

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My Ruin
Alive On The Other Side
Rovena Recordings
22 September 2008

by Lynsey Wright

Alive on the Other Side exposes Silverlake rockers My Ruin as being very much on top of their game. Sounding more powerful than ever, the four-piece have gone from strength to strength over the years.

Vocalist Tairrie B commands the attention of every last person in the room and invariably chews them up and spits them out, her brutal screams resounding in their ears as they scramble towards the merch booth to pick up their very own piece of rock history.

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Album: My Ruin – Throat Full of Heart

January 21st, 2008

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My Ruin
Throat Full Of Heart
Rovena Recordings
21 January 2008

by Lynsey Wright

Just as My Ruin were due to go in to the studio to record their latest album, Throat Full of Heart, vocalist Tairrie B was involved in a very serious car accident that almost lost her her arm and her life.

Having undergone both a skin graft, and a long, slow healing process, the recording finally commenced, and it was after this that the album took on a whole new level of meaning for the band.

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Album: My Ruin – The Brutal Language

November 7th, 2005

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My Ruin
The Brutal Language
Rovena Recordings
07 November 2005

by Lynsey Wright

Over the years My Ruin have brought various new aspects to the genre known as ‘metal’, challenging what has been and what is to come in one fell swoop. Combining Tairrie’s roots in rap and hip-hop with the influence of spoken word style pieces of Lydia Lunch, the band have amalgamated these genres and created a new breed of metal. The Brutal Language takes on a more classic approach to metal and takes it on hard. [Read more →]

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