MY RUIN Announce UK Tour Dates For March 2011
October 27, 2010, 7 years ago
Los Angeles-based MY RUIN have issued the following update"SURPRISE UK - WE'RE COMING BACK!
It's time to make the official announcement and reveal our first bit of exciting news for the new year which is just around the corner. As promised, we have rescheduled our previously postponed London show at The Underworld and added a few more select dates to make it a full 10 day tour which includes a special appearance of My Ruin at Hammerfest! to end things with a proper bang and well deserved thrashing compliments of our friends at Metal Hammer Magazine!
We're sorry if we couldn't make it to your town on this first tour but we did our best to mix it up and play a couple cities and venues we haven't played before so we hope you'll do your best to join us while we're over. We will be announcing our support bands soon and posting links to buy tickets for all the shows once they go on sale next week. In the meantime, mark your calendars and save the dates if you plan to make it out to one or more shows for a long overdue evening of Ghosts And Good Stories as we debut our album for the first time live on stage starting in March 2011 and please feel free to share our advert and events on your pages with your friends and help us spread the news. Looking forward to seeing all our friends & family across the sea soon!"
Mr & Mrs M
PS: "For those of you in the U.S. - we haven't forgotten you. Please know this. It's a bit harder for us here in regards to touring but we are trying to make 2011 our year to get back on the road in the states which will include a special show in LA soon after we return home from the UK!"
The UK tour schedule is as follows:
March9 - Thekla - Bristol, UK
10 - Railway Inn - Winchester, UK
11 - The Underworld - London, UK
12 - Sub 89 - Cardiff, UK
13 - Slade Rooms - Wolverhampton, UK
14 - Club Revolution - Peterborough, UK
15 - Classic Grand - Glasgow, Scotland
16 - Cock Pit - Leeds, UK
17 - Rock City - Nottingham, UK
18 - Hammerfest - Prestatyn, North Wales
My Ruin guitarist Mick Murphy Murphy is featured in a new interview discussing Ghosts And Good Stories. An excerpt is available below.“We do what we do on our own terms and have been isolated from the metal community in many ways,” says Murphy. “We’re an autonomous band that has up to this point, pretty much existed on our own. I realize this probably holds us back in some ways, but we’re also one of the more free-spirited bands out there and have enjoyed complete expressive freedom and a very do-it-yourself attitude throughout our entire career. Why bitch about it? We’ve made our own decisions and chosen our own path. Would I like to have a killer opening spot on a big tour? Sure, if it is the right gig for us. Do I think this is going to happen? Probably not, but that’s okay.”
Murphy has long been regarded as an unsung guitar hero by those in-the-know. Perhaps best described as possessing an Angus Young-meets-Tony Iommi style of shred, he puts in a raw wall-to-wall performance on Ghosts And Good Stories that will appeal to both the no-nonsense rock and aggression-happy metal masses. His diversity as a player shines through on the new record more than on any other My Ruin album.“I planned out the music on this record meticulously and I knew exactly what I wanted to get across,” Murphy explains. “I’m still a very hungry musician and songwriter because we’ve had to fight and work our asses off for everything we have achieved in this band. I watched too many bands that I grew up listening to get boring as hell as they aged and they just seemed too comfortable living in that rock’n’ roll bubble so the music suffered. I think that we’ve maintained our edge because we’ve never had that bubble to get lost in. We’re on the front lines of everything involving My Ruin, from the business to the music and pretty much always have been.”
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The tracklist for Ghosts And Good Stories is as follows:
'Diggin' For Ghosts'
'Long Dark Night'
'Abusing The Muse'