NEW ALBUM "The Sacred Mood" OUT NOW!

NEW ALBUM "The Sacred Mood" OUT NOW!

The Gospel According to The Press


Saturday, December 25, 2010

Merry Christmas!

Friday, December 24, 2010

Our Anniversary!

[Knoxville, Tennessee 12-24-10]
A lover may be a shadowy creature
but husbands are made of flesh and blood.

Sunday, December 19, 2010

Hard Rock Magazine Feature!

Thank you to Hard Rock Magazine in France and to Miss Jessica Boucher-Retif for the nice feature in last months issue! For those of you who speak French and would like to read the interview please visit our press section where you can check out a larger version posted!

Mrs M

Saturday, December 11, 2010

In Loving Memory of Lynn Strait!

[August 7, 1968 – December 11, 1998]

In remembrance of an old friend on this special day.
Gone but never to be forgotten.

Mrs M

[Manhole @ The Roxy in Hollywood with Lynn Strait 1996]


Wednesday, December 8, 2010

R.I.P. Dimebag Darrell!

Just found this photo of the marquee at The Whisky from a show we did a few days after this sad day in 2004 when Dimebag was killed. Thought it would be nice to post it in loving memory since today is the anniversary of his tragic death.

Mrs M

Whisky Show Announced!

Attention Los Angeles!

We are excited to announce we have finally rescheduled our show at the world famous Whisky a Go Go for Saturday April 2, 2011 with our special guests Ana Kefr so make sure to mark your calendars, save the date! It's been over 2 1/2 years since we last rocked the City of Angels and we will be fresh off our UK Tour in March bringing you a long awaited evening of 'Ghosts and Good Stories'.

$13 Advance & Door w/out password
$10 @ Door with password "Ghosts"



Mrs M

Tuesday, December 7, 2010

New Rhythm Section Revealed!

It's time to finally spill the beans.....

Mick & I are proud to announce that Luciano Ferrea [left] formerly of the LA based rock band Beggars Ball will be joining us on bass for our upcoming UK tour and beyond! We met Luciano back in 2007 when his band played Mick's birthday show at the now defunct Safari Sams in Hollywood with us. Great bass players are hard to find and when we began our search for a new rhythm section there was only one who came to both our minds at the same time and strangely enough it was Luciano. We both remembered how he rocked and as fate would have it, everything magically seemed to work out the way we had hoped it would. Luciano is originally from Argentina but these days he resides in the City of Angels and over the past few months we've been getting to know him and what a great guy he is. He's also a killer bass player and we can't wait to introduce him to everyone!

The photo on the right might look familiar to you because many of you already know him. Matt [Frenchie] LeChevalier recorded our 2008 album 'Throat Full of Heart' with us and is the drummer in our 'Ready For Blood' video. Matt also toured the UK with My Ruin twice in 2006 for our 'Brutal Language' & 'Summer of Hell' tours and has played many one off shows with us between 2005 -2008 before he sadly had to leave our band and go back to France due to Visa issues. We've always considered Matt a part of our extended family keeping our fingers crossed he would be back with us some day in the future. When he was away we stayed in touch and stayed friends while he spent some time touring with the French bands Eths and also Headcharger [who will be supporting us on our next tour]. Now we are happy to say that he will be joining us on stage once again in March and into our next chapter.

We've always had a great chemistry with Matt and together with Luciano we know we've got the perfect guys to help bring our new album to life in 2011!
Mrs M

Monday, December 6, 2010

UK Tour Support Bands Announced!

Hey Everyone!

We are excited to announce our special guests for our upcoming "Ghosts and Good Stories" UK tour will be our old friends from France.....

And our good friends from the UK.....

Both bands are amazing live and we're looking forward to sharing the stage with them once again as we hit the road for 9 shows together in March 2011 with our brutal blend of American, French and British heavy metal rock & roll!

Advance tickets are on sale now

with heart,
Mr & Mrs M

Sunday, November 28, 2010 Fan Review - Rachel Lewandowski!

Thank you to the lovely Miss Rachel Lewandowski for her terrific recent fan review of our new album on - We love it! xo

5/5 - Unstoppable Groove Meets Immovable Honesty!
November 23, 2010
By Rachel J. Lewandowski "RL" (Chicago, Il, USA)

Some bands refuse to evolve, remaining stagnant musically and lyrically from release to release. My Ruin has never been one of those bands. The husband and wife duo of Mick and Tairrie B Murphy has given birth to their most exciting album yet, thick with a southern groove that would make Down and COC envious.

From the opening track 'Diggin for Ghosts, with it's sinister guitar riffs and Tairrie's trademark spoken word style leading the way, to the mosh-pit worthy 'Long Dark Night', I highly recommend turning your speakers up to 11. The southern sludge of 'Excommunicated' is purely breathtaking, with the vocals switching between a venomous whisper and a full-fledged scream in a way that only Mrs M can make sound amazing. 'Abusing the Muse' is another stand out track, rich with vocal texture and dense guitar layering that, I suspect, is going to sound absolutely amazing in a live setting. 'Malediction' is one of those tracks that makes you feel like you just got hit in the face with a tire iron, and has the kind of guitar work that should make most musicians extremely envious. The closing track, 'Deathknell', is the ideal way to end this brutal masterpiece. The mix of spoken word and throaty screams, blended with the dark, sinister tone that Mick Murphy has set with the expertly crafted music, is both ominous and defiant.

Disregard the imitators, and stick with the original. This album will tempt you to max out your speakers and play every track on repeat.

Saturday, November 27, 2010 Fan Review - Vic Croughan!

Thank you to long time friend of our band Miss Vic Croughan for her beautiful fan review of our new album on - Perfect! xo

5/5 - An American Haunting!
November 21, 2010
By Cloned Dodo (Herts, UK)

From the moment you hear the opening track on the latest offering from My Ruin you are taken on a journey. This is the bands 6th studio album and it just proves that My Ruin just get better and better. Each album seems to tell a story in the bands history and this album is no exception.
Recurring themes of religion, redemption, romance and the darker side of things are all present here however also is the anger at social and world injustices, remember this is coming from Tairrie B a woman who has never been shy at speaking her mind. With each scream, you can feel the truth behind honest lyrics such as:

"These streets are lined with lies
LA's an ugly face that wears a good disguise
This town has lost it's shine
The hills have desperate eyes"

Whilst Tairrie B Murphy may be the Queen of Screams and Mick Murphy a demon on guitar My Ruin are no one trick pony - far from it! There are parts of the album that let Tairrie's talent for spoken word shine and with Mick's soundscapes helping to set the mood help create a truly unique sound. If you haven't heard My Ruin before then for God's sake do yourself a favour and get this album. It's dark, brooding and yet delivers a punch to the gut in term of raw rock!

Prepare to be haunted!

Thursday, November 25, 2010

Happy Thanksgiving!

"Nothing exists until or unless it is observed. An artist is making something exist by observing it. And his hope for other people is that they will also make it exist by observing it. I call it creative observation. Creative viewing.”

[William S. Burroughs]

Tuesday, November 16, 2010 Fan Review - Sam Murphy!

A very special [and personal] thank you to Sam Murphy [who has always been a huge supporter and champion of our band for many years now] for posting his thoughts about our new album on - You rule bro! xo

November 16, 2010
By Sam III (West Virginia, USA)

Such a crystal clear mix and brilliant sound. All the puzzle's pieces seem to fall into place. Deep and thoughtful lyrics that are passionately conveyed through a voice rivalling the very best of this genre, very driven, powerful and gripping, and consumed with contagious energy. Mrs. M has broken new ground, again. The instrumental clarity can be attributed to its singularity, which is defined by Mick Murphy playing all the instruments, as well as producing the record along with Josh Lynch, and both obviously doing so with acute, inveterate and caring ears.

My Ruin has a long and hard earned history of creating powerful and progressive music. G&GS is THE top of their heap, and for that matter the top of the whole contemporary metal heap. I dare call it the metal album of the year.

Friday, November 12, 2010

Enhanced CD Studio Movie!

Dear Friends,

As many of you will remember, during the making of 'Ghosts and Good Stories' we posted updates from our recording sessions on our personal and band Facebook pages to share our time in the studio with everyone. When we started our new blog a few months ago, we decided to post those individual videos of the music and vocals being tracked in our 'Studio' section as well for your viewing pleasure. Now that the album has been out for a while, we thought it would be nice to share part I & II of the full re-edited studio movie that comes on the enhanced CD of our new album. Enjoy!

Mr & Mrs M

Monday, November 8, 2010 Fan Review - Chelle Nolte!

Thank you to Miss Chelle Nolte for taking the time to write a rad fan review of our new album which she posted today at - You rock lady! xo

5/5 - Beautiful Brutal, it'll rip you a new one!

November 8, 2010
By Blueisis69 ( Urbana, Ohio USA)

I am a recently baptized fan of My Ruin, joined the metal flock just a few years ago...and I must say, 'Ghosts and Good Stories' is their uber child! I love this album; it has all the screams, roars, snarls, and spoken word, we love Tairrie for...and all the hardcore, sludgy, and bada$$-in-your-face riffs that we love Mick for! And let's not to forget to mention that Mr. Murphy played ALL the instruments and co-produced the album! {Mick is there ANYTHING you can't do?} There is soooo much metal out there to choose from, and My Ruin has found such a great formula, it works, it's good, and it's truth! This album shows how well Tairrie and Mick work together, and exactly what they are capable of. All the tracks are tight, and well written, and there is not a song I skip over like I do on most of my cds!

Overall, I was impressed! And for me not to change the cd in the car stereo for a month says something! All the tracks feature something I like; for instance, the slow, 'dirgy' sounding intro song, 'Diggin' for Ghosts', is one of my favorite tracks simply because it is edgy, deep, and dark. It's lyrically tight, just as all the songs are. The drum intro on 'Excommunicated', pounds my skull into a pulp, and well, I am just happy about it! 'Suicide Tuesday' gets me rockin' hard in the car, and I love to scream along to this! It's fast and heavy, and kinda danceable! {In a head-bangin' way!} Tairrie gets into the low, throat-gnawing mode for 'Eyes Black', which is a serious song, and is very personal to her, and should be to all women!

And of course, since I tend to refer to Mrs. Murphy, as the 'Female Rollins', I have to give her and Mick mega-kudos for the awesome job they did on the Rollins Band cover of 'Turned Out'! Tairrie snarls and screams her way through that song like a champ! Like I said on another review of this same album; Hank would be proud... Those are just a few of the gems here that I listed, but every track is so well done, it is hard to pick a favorite!

This is an excellent album, by an extremely underrated band, and you really won't be disappointed if you buy it! And you know what? Don't just buy it cause it's a 'girl' screamin'! Buy it because talent like this, just doesn't come along everyday!

Sunday, November 7, 2010 Fan Review - Jack Osborne!

Thank you to Jack Osborne for taking a few minutes to share his thoughts on our new album which he posted today at - We love ya JackIE! xo

November 7, 2010
By Jack M. Osborne (London, England)

Some one once wrote; After listening to My Ruin's "A Prayer Under Pressure of Violent Anguish" album "You actually have to check you CD Player for Blood stains".

Well, with "Ghosts and Good Stories", you actually ought to bless, baptise then exorcise your sound system because there is now a demon that lives inside of it. Perhaps the most haunting album produced yet - drowning each track thick in their deadly musicality, My Ruin have never steered far from their gut wrenching sound, that has kept them so above the masses. Where some metal bands dive straight into aggression, My Ruin's additions to the rock industry are always well thought out and as a result come off never the less aggressive but controlled.

Mixing the dark vibe of story telling with furocious, heart stopping riffs and solos, Ghosts and Good Stories remains exilerating throughout. Once again Mick Murphy lays his hands on all 3 parts of the rhythm section as previously done in 'The Brutal Language', and thank god he did! We are all aware that this album would not be the same with anyone else's hands, but his deep inside of it. It's like no other female fronted album anyone has ever made. Ghosts and Good Stories proves that our girl; Miss Tairrie B Murphy is still and always will be QUEEN B.

Although there is most certainly a chilling doom type vibe , there is still however that groovy, upbeat and even tongue in cheek statement to fill the rest of the album in songs like 'Money Shot' sung with all the attitude and conviction Tairrie holds inside, still manage to reflect My Ruin's comical side. For me this is the perfect combination of everything the band have ever done in the past. Demonic, charming, eery and fierce, but then what else would we expect from a once Gangsta Rapper turned Metal Queen, and Rock's Best Kept Secret; Mr Mick Murphy.

Thursday, November 4, 2010 Fan Review - Clint Brewer!

Thank you to Clint Brewer for the killer new fan review of our album just posted today at - WOW! We have to post this awesomeness and share it with you! xo

5/5 - My Ruin hit a metal home run with new album!

November 4, 2010
By Clint Brewer (Mt. Juliet, Tennessee USA)

The two-piece Los Angeles band My Ruin have been all about breaking with the metal status quo over their 10-year existence. Their new album "Ghosts & Good Stories" takes their DIY attitude toward heavy music a step beyond by breaking most of the accepted boundaries and conventions of the often narrow-minded metal community. The result is an album which drives and stomps effortlessly through genres, blending heavy musical style after style into an ultimately unique sound that arrives and delivers real rock in a modern musical landscape where there is far too little. Call it Murphy's New Law. Husband and wife team Tairrie B. Murphy (throat/spoken word/lyrics) and Mick Murphy (lead guitar and all other instruments) hit a heavy metal homerun with their new album.

Let's start here: Tairrie's pointed views on social issues, religious imagery and often taboo viewpoints rival anything other cultural icons offer in terms of meaning or relevance. Imagine a female Marilyn Manson or Henry Rollins. The fact that as a persona she remains a cult figure and not a cultural icon is a testament to the dim bulbs that populate desks at major record labels in New York and Los Angeles. Rollins is a good place to start and end the discussion about My Ruin. Mrs. Murphy's delivery is somewhere between a Phil Anselmo and Rollins, shifting seamlessly between guttural growls, appropriately places screams and hair-raising spoken word. The fact that she is a she makes all those things that much better. She is a unique and under recognized vocalist in a sea of fakes and wanna-bees.

Then there is Mr. Murphy, whose grasp on making modern metal simply shames the competition. This My Ruin effort is a musical turning point for the band, and the reason is simple. Murphy is now accompanying himself on drums and bass, and the results are a real improvement over previous My Ruin albums. The music he now backs his wife up with is a unique mix of modern heavy metal that would be right at home on any Ozzfest stage but shows a mix of influences that far outpaces the competition. This My Ruin album while shaking the rafters also is very musical, technically and in terms of song quality.

These songs blend the crunch of a Pantera or Ozzy with the tech metal of earlier VoiVod and the minor key riffage of Black Flag or the Descendents. Throw in a heavy dose of Randy Rhoades and maybe a little "Rocks" era Joe Perry, and you might begin to derive the underpinnings of Murphy's strong, truly original riffs and aggressive leads. He might usher in a second age of the guitar hero with a couple of more records like this one. Throw all this together and you get an album that combines today's heaviest metal with the musicality of 80s' SoCal hardcore and some of the best classic hard rock ever made. Tairrie B. comes over the top of that with a tough and effective vocal delivery that completes the package. Life is full of bad music. If you want to hear original riffs again, real songs and lyrics that actually mean something, buy this album. It should be standard issue to fans out loud music everywhere.

Write An Online Review!


Are you diggin on 'Ghosts and Good Stories'? Well, If so, we have a little favor to ask of you.....

I recently spoke with our distribution company in the states who informed us that most record stores are now out of business and things are even scarier than we thought in regards to music retail. Big chains like Best Buy & Barnes & Noble only carry our album online because we are too underground. It is available in the U.S. but you have to order it mainly online. If it says 'Temporarily Out Of Stock' on a site, you can still place your order and it will go through shortly. They also let us know that it is very important to ask the friends & fans of our band who have purchased our new album to take a moment and write a review of it on the various Amazon websites because it helps spread the word by getting more people interested in buying the album and increases our exposure on the internet which is where most people are buying their music from these days.


If you have purchased 'Ghosts and Good Stories' online or downloaded it at one of the many Amazon sites such as:





Could you please take a moment and post a review for us in your own words as a fan or if you are a rock writer and have written a review of our album for a zine, magazine or metal website maybe repost that? If you haven't got a copy of our new CD yet then make sure you order or download your copy today. Thanks everyone, the rock love and support are much appreciated.

Mrs M

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Tuesday, November 2, 2010

BGD - 'Dia de los Muertos' Collection~!

Dear Friends,
As the sun sets in Los Angeles and the spirits of those who are no longer with us are remembered, I am happy to announce Part I of my new BGD 'Dia de los Muertos' inspired collection is officially online. This is one of my favorite jewelry collections I have created in the past few years. I put a lot of heart and soul into my latest offerings and i'm excited to share these little pieces of me with all of you. In loving memory.

Mrs M

Sunday, October 31, 2010

Happy Halloween!


Saturday, October 30, 2010

My Ruin UK Tour 2011 Announced!

Dear Friends & Family,

We are proud to announce our first tour of 2011! We promise we are not ignoring those of you in the U.S., Europe or various other countries. We have lots of things in the works but unfortunately some places are a bit harder to get to than others and take more time to organize. We are currently re-building our team behind the scenes to make 2011 our year and we have many special surprises we are busy working on at the moment so please bare with us as we kick things off with this first round of dates.

It's impossible to play every city in the UK logistically speaking so we missed out on a couple we were hoping to hit like Newcastle & Manchester [because it is too close to our Hammerfest III date so we were told we could not play there] but we did our best to visit a few of our favorites and even manage to confirm a few clubs we have never played before. There has also been a slight change to our original schedule, we are now playing Cardiff, Wales instead of Reading on the 12th!

We will be announcing our special guests soon, in the meantime, ticket info has been posted on our *shows* page and we have made events for all the shows on Facebook which you will find listed on our band page at:

Please take a moment to confirm the shows you plan on attending and share our events & advert with your friends and help us spread the news! We look forward to seeing everyone on the road in March and hope those of who can make it out will join us for 1 or more of our 9 shows on our 'Ghosts and Good Stories' UK Tour and/or at Hammerfest III! and are as excited as we are about the new dates~!

Mr & Mrs M

Monday, October 25, 2010

Stormbringer Review!

We would like to thank Reini at the Austrian online rock zine for the interesting review of our new album. We have posted it in full in our press section for those of you who would like to check it out and would like to once again thank Miss Mona Miluski who was kind enough to translate the review from German to English for us!

Mrs M

Thursday, October 21, 2010

Terrorverlag Review!

"Tairrie B Murphy is known as a kind of Femme Fatale in the metal world for a long time. She risks a fat lip, not just because of her trade mark, the glaring red lipstick, as well as the contents of her music. As a woman, who is aware of her role in a dominated scene of men, namely the thrash- inspired, grooving metal, which is also used by some new metal, she likes to strike out with many God and Devil - side blows.

Together with her husband Mick Murphy she creates one more, what she likes to do: Namely to create a straight compression.Ghosts And Good Stories is loud, is craving for a certain amount of loudness, damn hot that whole thing. Tairrie has been always a power woman, but now it´s clear, that this marriage with their musically energy could actuate an entire atomic powerplant. The chemistry is really brilliant. At the same time it feels actually some kind of really good, aggressive sex. "

We would like to thank Nephilla for her 9.33/10 review of our new album on the German rock website Terrorverlag! We have posted it in full in our press section for those of you interested in checking it out and would like to also thank our Miss Mona Miluski who was kind enough to translate the review to English for us!
Mrs M

Friday, October 15, 2010

Rock Hard Italy Review!

Included in the same issue of Rock Hard Italy as our feature & covermount, we also had a nice review of our album by Miss Michele Corrà which Miss Irene Paranoia was kind enough to send us an English translation of below along with her scans for those of you who do not speak Italian!


Mrs M


'Ghosts And Good Stories'

"After a line-up trim, Tairrie B and husband Mick Murphy get back in the studio to produce Ghosts and Good Stories in total autonomy. Responsible for all we can hear, the duo finds its strength in gloomy and claustrophobic atmospheres. The slow and oppressing pace of Diggin' for Ghosts seems purposely planned to introduce Long Dark Night and Excommunicated. Metal takes charge again, catalyzed and guided firmly. Hard rock solos are fast, variable interludes that add up to the record without overwhelming it. The singer doesn’t spare herself, exploring different techniques and settling for dynamic vocal lines between screamo and distorted. Reminiscences of the ‘90s work side to side with in-your-face rock ’n’ roll sounds. Even if immediate and straightforward, the record requires a few listens to be fully understood, although the effort made pays off in several occasions."

Rock Hard Italy Feature!


My Ruin were featured in the last issue of Rock Hard Magazine from Italy as well as our song 'Long Dark Night' which was included on the covermount CD along with Valient Thorr, Terror and Spiritual Beggars to name a few of the other artists! We would like to thank Miss Michele Zonelli for taking the time to speak with us about our new album and for those of you who speak Italian, we invite you to visit our press section where we have posted the interview for you to check out. Special thanks to Miss Irene Paranoia for sending us the scanned copy!

Mrs M

Tuesday, October 12, 2010

Close Up Magazine Feature!

My Ruin were featured in the last issue of Close Up Magazine from Sweden and would like to thank Mr David Noaksson for taking a moment to speak with us about our new album. For those of you who speak Swedish, we would like to invite you to visit our press section where you can check out the interview and would also like to give special thanks to Miss Emma Ekberg & Miss Cecilia Ekholm for sending us the scanned copies!
Mrs M

Sunday, October 10, 2010

Mindview Magazine Interview #2!


My Ruin are happy to announce that we are once again featured in the Belgian rock magazine 'Mindview' with a stunning 6 page interview and Slotshot! Unfortunately our interviews were done by phone [not email] so there is no English translation to post but for those of you who speak dutch we invite you to please take a moment to check out the pages we have just posted in our press section for your reading pleasure. Thanks to Mr Peter Rotthier for taking the time to chat with us for round two and for his continued support of our new album and band!

Mrs M

Friday, October 8, 2010

Metal Hammer Italy Review!

[Translated from Italian to English]

"Let's face it: the nowadays, third millennium metal-world is a terribly sexist universe and - aside the great sales of Nightwish, Arch Enemy or Lacuna Coil - the actual situation isn't far away from this sad and unfair concept. And maybe this is the one and only reason because My Ruin (the band of Tairrie B and her husband Mick Murphy) isn't actually among the "chosen ones" that sell-out big arenas and count mountains of green, tasty dollars... However, to get the real focus about My Ruin, Tairrie has come a long way through rap, nu metal, the angry Manhole, the wonderful Tura Satana, a lot of gossip and a very amazing album like it was the 2003's 'The Horror Of Beauty'.

Well, this brand new 'Ghosts and Good Stories' bring us to these old, good days with the following flavours: Pantera attitude, Sabbathesque seventies poison, dirt southern touch, hardcore pride and, last but not least, a courageous tribute to Rollins Band ('Turned Out'). So, from the opening attack of 'Diggin For Ghosts' and along other dozen tracks, My Ruin simply rules. And, for the happiness of their fans, they are back with the right dose of high-handedness packing in one of the most sincere, shouted loud, sexual and intense records of this year. Don't miss it!"

8/10 - By Simone Sacco


Thank you to Mr Simone Sacco for his impressive review of our new album for Metal Hammer Magazine, Italy which we have just added to our press section!



Mrs M

Thrash Hits Review!

"Whilst many of their contemporaries splintered and fell apart after only two albums (at best), My Ruin have held their own in a floundering industry, taken it in their stride and emerged triumphant. Ghosts and Good Stories, the sixth album from renowned LA rockers, is a dazzling reminder of why My Ruin gleaned the cult following of loyal fans since day one with the release of Speak and Destroy in 1999.

The ripping, doom-laden, stoner-drenched metal that is underpinned by driving drums on this album is accompanied by Tairrie’s smoky, sexy vocals and vitriolic screams that My Ruin are so revered for. Her husband and right-hand man Mick Murphy puts most musicians around today to shame, being responsible for playing not only the guitar parts that got him recognised as being one of the most underrated guitar players ever, but also the bass AND the drums on the entire record.

This collection of beautifully told stories that unwind and unravel before our ears has plenty of bark and a bite to match. Powerful statements such as “Every blessing ignored becomes a curse” in ‘Repose’ is reminiscent of powerhouse punk classics from bands such as Black Flag and Born Against. The dark and eerie Deathknell is close and personal enough that you can imagine sitting in a dark room filled with candles and incense watching Tairrie growl into the microphone and Mick pick out the goth-styled riff on his guitar only a metre away. The power to hold the listeners attention and transport them to a different place is something that My Ruin have always done well, but with tracks such as the spiralling ‘La Ciudad’ and stifling opener ‘Diggin For Ghosts’ it has never felt so real.

‘Abusing the Muse’ is a journey into the depths of the bowels of hell that sees Tairrie exercising her demon-like scream to the full extent to the backing of Mick’s instantly recognisable way of playing guitar that smacks of swagger and brutality. Kinned with Excommunicated and Eyes Black, it’s these tracks which really demonstrate that My Ruin really are as solid and staunch as most bands can only dream of being.Ghosts and Good Stories is an onslaught from start to finish that doesn’t let up; there’s no room for fluff, no room for floundering and certainly no room for questions. My Ruin are pioneers of their own brand of metal that amalgamates so many different styles it can’t be pigeonholed or categorised and in a world where genre-labelling is over-worked it’s a very welcome repose to have an album that stands on its own like all true, previously-released, now classic and much-lauded albums did before it."

Sounds Like: My Ruin

Top Tracks:

Abusing the Muse, Turned Out, Excommunicated

Rating 6/6/6 - By Lynsey Wright


A heartfelt thank you to Miss Lynsey [Lyno] Wright for a most blasphemous and brilliant review of our new album @ Thrash Hits UK just added to our press section!

Mrs M

Thursday, October 7, 2010

Hammerfest Confirmed!

Metal ℍammer and ℍard Rock ℍell Presents:
ℍammerfest III - Roma Victa
17th - 19th March 2011


Attention Friends & Fans in the UK!

We are proud to announce that My Ruin has been confirmed to be a part of Hammerfest III taking place at Pontins Holiday Village in Prestatyn, North Wales - England. This roman themed headbanging weekend of metal and mayhem takes place for 3 rockin days in March 2011 just in time to coincide with our rescheduled show at the Underworld in London on March 11th and our soon TBA UK tour dates!

We have not been given our day or time of set yet but when we know, you'll know so stay tuned to our blog and Facebook pages for future updates. For a list of bands playing the festival, ticket info & travel accomodations info please visit:

We've been told last year’s event sold out a full 2 months in advance and 40% of Hammerfest 3’s tickets have already gone on the back of this year’s incredible event so don't wait til the last minute to get yours. We're excited about being invited to rock by Metal Hammer and we're looking forward to seeing all our UK friends, fans and bands we'll be sharing the stage with soon!

See You There!
Mr & Mrs M

Tuesday, September 28, 2010

Welcome [back] To Violence Interview Part 2!

"Long before Arch Enemy vocalist Angela Gossow was a metalhead household name, way before In This Moment’s Maria Brink and Walls Of Jericho’s Candace Kucsulain became screamo pin-ups, Tairrie B. Murphy was shredding up a vocal storm. My Ruin’s new album, Ghosts And Good Stories, features Tairrie at the top of her game and out for blood. The fact that the aforementioned bands boast flashier promotion and bigger tours than My Ruin hasn’t left her bitter, just more determined to continue educating people with quality mayhem."

Carl Begai


Part 2 and of my interview with Carl Begai of Brave Words Bloody Knuckles has just been posted in our press section in 3 pages for your viewing pleasure. I just want to thank Mr Begai once again for talking the time to talk rock shop with me in such depth and for all the amazing amounts of support he has shown My Ruin on our new album!

Mrs M

Classic Rock Magazine Review!

Return of the Killer B!

"My Ruin frontwoman Tairrie B doesn’t so much open her heart to you as rip it still beating from a gaping wound in her chest before forcing the bloody mess down your throat. While her partner Mick Murphy provides the frantic, doomy, metallic backbone to their music, but it’s B’s bloodletting howl, visceral fury and hair tearing emotional outpouring that has always, and still does, give My Ruin their razorblade of an edge.

As ever, rich and bloody Catholic imagery clashes explosively with nihilistic, non-believing despair. Her raw screams rail against the vapid pursuit of celebrity (Money Shot) and the physical and moral decay of Los Angeles (La Cuidad) before she turns her fury on herself in the confessional Suicide Tuesday, finding hope and light amongst the bleakness with the line “Tuesday feels like suicide but I just want to live”. Ghosts And Good Stories may well be the most intense experience of the year."

By Emma Johnston

Thank you to the talented wordsmith Miss Emma Johnston for her impressive review of our new album in the latest issue of Classic Rock Magazine just posted in our press section!


Mrs M

Detritus Magazine Review!

"The divine Tairrie B and multi-instrumentalist maestro Mick Murphy are one hell of a hard rock/heavy metal duo. Together the pair are the blood, sweat and tears- the unholy embodiment that is My Ruin. If you’ve never heard of them, then you haven’t been diligent in your underground digging. My Ruin was born of the “Patron Saint of Blasphemy”- the one and only, Miss Tairrie B back in 1999. And now, ten years later, through hell and high water, they have proven to be not only alive- but resilient as ever. GHOSTS & GOOD STORIES is their sixth studio album, which has received raving reviews so far, and is about to get another one with this review. My Ruin is not your everyday typical metal band. They are a band rooted in rock n’ roll, yet also have been baptized in the brimstone of the devilishly wicked underworld of heavy metal. Tairrie is all over the vocal spectrum- she shreds and screams with utmost ferocity, giving metal elites a run for their money. And then she brings us back down into a somber chasm, where her harrowing spoken-word style pierces you through the heart, communicates to your soul, and chills you to the bone.

Mick Murphy impressively plays every instrument on the album-the drums, bass and guitar. The man must live and breathe music, because the album is put together so seamlessly and professionally. GHOSTS & GOOD STOIRES is christened by the opening track, “Diggin’ For Ghosts,” which, with the first stroke of the guitar, surges into a bleak, yet menacing abyss. As the guitars squeal with their eerie charm, the hair raises on the back of your neck. The drums sonorously pound in, and then Tairrie’s steely voice slithers in, sounding layered in half a ghostly whisper, half venomous spoken word. My Ruin has a penchant for penning lyrics anointed with religious terminology, and “Diggin for Ghosts” is on par with that. “Tie the wires around my head, pound the nails into my flesh and I’m bleeding again,” Tairrie declares in a spellbinding and sultry tone. “Long Dark Night” catapults us out of the melancholy milieu that we wallowed in during, “Diggin for Ghosts.” “Long Dark Night” wreaks rock n’ roll havoc, ignited with the inextinguishable fury of Tairrie’s scathing vocals.

“Eyes Black” was a particular favorite of mine. It’s an unrelenting attack on Islam and sheds the light of truth on how inhumanely women are treated. The lyrics epitomize Tairrie’s pride in being the most blasphemous girl around. The following track, “Money Shot,” reviles young women who are more preoccupied with sex appeal than striving to have substance or self-respect. The opening line, “Get ready to shoot yourself” summarily says it all. The drumming blazes and thrashes, perpetuating a steady beat and keeping it catchy. “La Ciudad” dazzles as it follows the electric current of the guitar. Fusing smoldering spoken word pieces with damning death growls, the song exposes Hollywood for the gilded city it is. Miss B desecrates its highly revered status, as the cheap, gold exterior chips away. “Suicide Tuesday” is wrought with palpable guitar work worthy of worship. Tairrie cuts like a searing knife, shrieking out her lungs in raw passion. “Saviorself,” is replete with Tairrie’s trademark “anti-pious poetry.”

“Turned Out” is My Ruin’s tribute to the Rollins Band. This is another cover song in a string of several that the band has recorded as of late. The album draws to a close with “Deathknell,” which is inked with emotion and pensive acrimony. It’s a personal reflection, which shows that even though they have endured turbulent tides, My Ruin have persevered through it all, and they will continue to do so. Every song on GHOSTS & GOOD STORIES brings something new. Tairrie shatters the proverbial glass ceiling with an assassin’s tongue, chastising many of society’s ugly features and Mick complements it by creating a profusion of musical pizzazz. It’s an album that demands your attention and keeps you fully engaged from start to finish. Amen to that! "

Rating [A]

By Stephanie Davison


A huge thank you to Miss Stephanie Davison of Detritus Magazine for her wonderful wordslinging and eloquent review of our new album which we have just posted in our press section. You rule and we're looking forward to our interview soon lady!

Mrs M

Monday, September 27, 2010

Super Rock Sunday Podcast!

We had a great time yesterday hanging with our pal and favorite underground DJ - Crazy Craig on his 'Super Rock Sunday' show. It was a loose fun vibe and we shared some personal stories in between playing a few songs from our new album + a few killer tunes from some of our friends and favorite bands. For those of you who missed the show [because we know it aired very late in the UK & Europe] you can click the links below and check out both hours in Parts 1 & 2 which Craig has posted online as a podcast for your listening pleasure. Feel free to share these links with your friends and check out the bands we played if you're not already familiar with them.




Killing Joke [The Raven King] Absolute Dissent

My Ruin [Burn the Witch] The Horror of Beauty

Melvins [The Water Glass] The Bride Screamed Murder

My Ruin [Excommunicated] Ghosts & Good Stories

Orange Goblin [Whiskey Leech] Coup de Grace

Ana Kefr [Tonight We Watch the Children F**king Burn] Exclusive

My Ruin [Diggin' for Ghosts] Ghosts & Good Stories

Goatsnake [Prayer for a Dying] Flower of Disease

Death Work Professionals [Natural Born Killaz] Exclusive

A Million Miles [What's Left Behind] Left E.P.

Sahg [The Executioner Undead] I

My Ruin [Abusing the Muse] Ghosts & Good Stories

My Ruin [Have a Drink on Me] Metal Hammer AC/DC Tribute

Neanderthal [Special Seat in Hell 2.0] Grandes Canciones E.P.

Sanctorum [Against Us All] Ashes of Redemption

It's Casual [The New Los Angeles] The New Los Angeles

My Ruin [LA Ciudad] Ghosts & Good Stories


Thanks again to Craig for inviting us down to

his rad rock show and make sure you tune in to
every sunday from 3-5 for more kick ass music!
Mr & Mrs M

Saturday, September 25, 2010

Super Rock Sunday Show!


We will be live in the studio talkin rock shop and hangin with our longtime friend DJ Crazy Craig TODAY from 3pm-5pm Pacific time on his kick ass "SUPER ROCK SUNDAY" show on

We invite you to join us as we shoot the $#!t and chat about our new album 'Ghosts and Good Stories' and all things metal with one of the coolest underground DJ's around. For those of you in a different country or city make sure you check for the right timezones [for instance it will be 11pm -1am in the UK] and for those of you who can't join us, never fear because Craig will be posting the interview on as a podcast sunday evening and we will be posting the link here in our blog for you to check out! It should be a good time had by all so make sure to try and tune in and join

Mr & Mrs M

Extended Album Streaming!

Extended Full Album Streaming
SEPT. 25th - OCT.1st

Dear Friends,

Since we've gotten such a great response online and as a gift to make up for our postponed tour dates which were originally scheduled to take place starting last night in London - we have decided to stream our album for another week! If you haven't heard it yet, we invite you to have a listen here on our Reverb Nation player on our music page and for those who have please continue to let us know what you think of it because we love to hear your thoughts and the awesome feedback you've been giving us.

Also make sure to share our link with your friends on your various Facebook, Twitter, My Space pages & Blogs and order your copy of 'G&GS' today [if you haven't already got it] by visiting one of the links posted on our music page if you can't find it in your local record stores at the moment!

with heart,
Mr & Mrs M

TNR Review!

"Misogyny. Politics. Religion. Sexism. Vanity. Misanthropy. It’s all in My Ruin’s sixth full length album, Ghosts and Good Stories. And true to form, vocalist Tairrie B. (Murphy) is at the helm, leading the revolution with her brutal assault. To understand My Ruin you have to understand frontwoman Tairrie B.’s history. You’d be hard pressed to find a current female metal vocalist that doesn’t list Tairrie B. as an influence. And when I say female vocalists, I’m not talking about that Epica and Nightwish operatic crap either. I’m talking about metaphorical balls to-the-wall, blood curdling vocals that sound as though they originated in the pits of hell.

I was introduced to My Ruin through their second full length album, A Prayer Under Pressure Of Violent Anguish, and was simply floored by Tairrie B’s raw aggressiveness. Her career spans over two decades; from her days starting out as a solo rapper (yeah, that’s right), to forming Manhole/Tura Satana in 1993 and finally My Ruin in 1999. She’s a music industry veteran that has done it all, and has blazed paths for so many female vocalists since, it feels unfair to draw any comparisons. So I won’t even bother.

The current incarnation of My Ruin is that of a two piece- Tairrie B. on vocals and her (now) husband Mick Murphy fulfilling guitar, bass and drum duties. The result of this refined lineup is a fairly concise album to evidence a clear and focused vision. In true Tairrie B. form, Ghosts and Good Stories provides copious amounts of spoken word upheld by ferocious, throaty verbal assaults. Forget the indulgent, operatic vocals and clean singing from most female metal vocalists these days, because you’ll get none of that here.

“Diggin’ for Ghosts” starts the album out with down tempo, sludgy riffs and spoken word. “Long Dark Night” comes blazing out of Hell’s Gates in a successful act of redemption, and serves as one of the album’s strongest tracks. Immediately following is another of the album’s highlights, “Excommunicated”. Tairrie B. really shines while screeching the lyrics “In a world that makes me sick, I will be your heretic.” just before the song slows back down into more fuzzy, distorted Southern-style guitar riffs. “Eyes Black” addresses the issue of women being forced to cover their faces in the name of religion, and is done so with unrelenting gutturals and lyrical attacks.” Money Shot” is quite an interesting song. Simply put, it lambastes women who are willing to take their clothes off for fame.

“Abusing the Muse” is another of my favorite tracks from the album. It features a hook that will resonate with you for hours after the song is over. It’s drenched with more heavy, distorted guitars and ruthless, throaty vocals as Tairrie unflinchingly confronts modern religion. “Turned Out” is a cover of the Rollins Band classic as only My Ruin can do it. Immediately following is the album’s closing track, “Deathknell”, which is primarily driven by spoken word. It’s doom-laden, haunting, and eerily captivating. If you’re looking for an album that oozes anger, misanthropy and aggression without apologies, you’ve certainly found it!

By Jen Rochester


Thank you to Jen Rochester at The New Review.Net for her terrific review of our new album.


Mrs M

Friday, September 24, 2010

September 24th!

Oscar Wilde once said 'It's easier to forgive an enemy than to forgive a friend.' Today I write with a heavy heart from Los Angeles as it's already tonight in London and I'm in no mood to forgive either as I find myself once again feeling a strange brew of emotions and a mixure of meloncholy mad which can be potent muse when infused with the truth.

You see, today the 24th of September - My Ruin should have been in the UK playing our first show of what was to be the first tour for our new album surrounded by many special friends and then onto Europe after the party. We were originally scheduled to headline Islington Academy this evening but due to what i've been biting my lip [and calmly as I can for the moment] keep referring to as *circumstances beyond our control* these past 2 months, we were forced to postpone our tour until March 2011. I must admit, it's been hard not coming out and speaking loudly about what we've been put through but all good things come to those who wait and that day of reckoning will come just as this day of mourning will surely pass.

We're working on confirming dates now for March and soon we will have them to share with you along with a very special and unexpected surprise that will blow your minds to follow but in the meantime, I raise both my middle fingers to the assjacks who never had our backs in the first place and raise my glass and toast to those who continue to support us in all their rock loyalty for tonight is truly a night of 'Ghosts and Good Stories' and I would like to ask all our friends in the UK who have our new record to turn up the volume and blast that baby loud and proud. For those of you who have still not got it in your hot little hands or downloaded onto your iPods, go to our music page and stream it on your computer speakers and we will be there with all of you this evening in spirit.

Mrs M

Wednesday, September 22, 2010

UK Stockists for G&GS!


Great news! We have just been sent the full list of names from our distributor in the UK and told that our new album has shipped, is in stock this week and currently available to purchase at the the following stores and online mail order companies we have listed below. Thank you again for waiting so patiently for our CD's to arrive. We will be posting more info for other territories as soon as it becomes available to us.

with heart,
Mr & Mrs M


S T O C K I S T S:

Tuesday, September 21, 2010

Full Album Streaming!

Dear Friends,

As you know 'Ghosts and Good Stories' has been available on iTunes for the past month however, it did not come out as we were told it would by Tiefdruck Musik on the dates scheduled for the UK, Europe and the US. We are currently still in the process of contacting our distribution companies to find out exactly when and where our new album will be available in stores in all territories and as soon as we know, we will post the information and let you know. We apologise for the delay as we had no idea our album had been pushed back, once again due to circumstances beyond our control.

We feel blessed to be getting so many amazing reviews and some of the best press of our career and want to thank our incredible rock press goddess Miss Mona Miluski for all of her hard work, dedication and loyalty to our album and band. This all speaks volumes to us and reminds us that all of our efforts have not gone unnoticed or uncared for. While there is always a certain struggle, there is also a certain satisfaction that comes with being a DIY band and holding your album in your hands for the first time knowing that you put your hearts, souls and selves into the making of it from top to bottom. Our new black & white digipack which we created to include a 16 page booklet and enhanced behind the scenes studio movie documenting the making of our album is a dark and beautiful interpretation of the songs inspired by the vintage family photo on our cover and is something a bit different for us visually speaking this time. The art sets the mood and the music sets the tone for who My Ruin have become as a band on this, our 6th full length recording.

There have been many changes within and around My Ruin over the years and over these past few months but while the usual suspects create chaos in and around us, we have tried to stay true to what we do, which is to make the music we love and share it with you. While it feels great knowing people are really diggin the new album the way they are on such a worldwide level, our reviews kinda feel like a big tease to those of you still waiting patiently for your pre-ordered hard copies to arrive in the post or to your local record stores.

So with that in mind,
we have decided to do something special for you in the meantime....

Starting today and for the next 5 days only, we will be streaming all 13 tracks of our new album in full for you to check out by clicking on the above photo which links to our Reverb Nation player on our music page here in our blog. We have also posted the lyrics to all of our songs for those of you who want to scream along! We invite you to get to know our new rock baby and encourage those of you who have not yet ordered our latest offering of 'Ghosts and Good Stories' to click on one of the links also listed on our music page and place your orders today!
Please feel free to share our links with your friends and help spread the word about our new album and let us know your thoughts on it via our band and personal pages on Facebook where we enjoy connecting and talking to all of you. Thank you for the continued love and support of our music and art.

Our FANS are the best, RUIN the rest!

with heart,
Mr & Mrs M

Welcome [back] To Violence Interview Part 1!

"My Ruin is a family affair and their new baby has fangs. All according to plan. The offspring in question is Ghosts And Good Stories, the sixth album from a band that are considered cult favourites and underdogs by the press – often in the same breath – and revered by those that have taken My Ruin to heart. Those fans may be surprised to learn that vocalist / founder Tairrie B. Murphy and guitarist / multi-instrumentalist / husband Mick Murphy came close to putting the band on ice following the Throat Full Of Heart album from 2008. Following some much needed soul-searching it was decided instead that the world could do with a re-booted kick in the teeth, resulting in an album that has the potential to elevate My Ruin’s status to new heights amongst the metal-loving legions. "

Carl Begai


I recently had the pleasure of speaking with Carl Begai of Brave Words Bloody Knuckles about My Ruin's new album and a few other things on our minds at the time which turned into a very interesting conversation and gave us a lot to talk about so he decided to break it up into 2 parts. The second segment will be posted later this week but for now, we have posted the first installment of 2 pages in our press section for you to check out. Thanks to Mr Begai for taking the time to do such an interesting interview with me!

Mrs M

Mass Movement Feature!

"To open your heart to someone means to expose your scars of the past. Looking back it’s hard to believe I actually went through something like this and came out alive on the other side when it could have easily ruined my life.

It sometimes feels like a dream but each day when I meet the new day with my scar I know the nightmare was real and so was the car. It all happened so fast but I can still smell the sweet scent of the metal and taste the crash. I remember waking up sometime after midnight in a brightly lit room of white surrounded by doctors smiling and trying not to scare me as I lay on the table eye’s trying to focus on my surroundings with a liquid drip in my hand attempting to numb my skin and flesh within covered in a blanket up to my neck . A hot mess and the aftermath of a car wreck. I guess they didn't want me to see my injury before I went into surgery. The first of four to follow and a graft. Which almost lead to my arm being cut in half."


I recently did an interview with Mass Movement Magazine from the UK for an ongoing segment ironically enough called "It Ruined My Life." I was asked to write about something intense that happened to me which changed me and ruined my life in some way good or bad depending on the story and circumstance I guess. I took a little different approach and decided to do a let my poetic stream of conciousness flow in the moment with my memory. For those of you who would like to read my full story, a larger version has been posted in our press section for your viewing pleasure!


Mrs M

Metal Hammer Review!

"My Ruin have mutated into something truly monstrous in recent years, as the chemistry between Tairrie B and Mick Murphy has evolved and sprouted wicked wings. Ghosts And Good Stories picks up where 2008’s Throat Full Of Heart left off, with an exhilarating barrage of warped stoner metal riffs and blister-razing gutter-punk that lurches from harrowing, slow-motion menace (Diggin’ For Ghosts) to floored-accelerator sludgecore (Long Dark Night); the whole scabrous din held together by its creators’ unswerving passion. Easily the filthiest, heaviest and most exciting thing that Tairrie has put her scream to, this may not reach anyone beyond My Ruin’s die-hard following, but wildly infectious hymns to rage like instant sing-along Money Shot could incite a riot in a Buddhist temple."


Thank you to the hard rockin Dom Lawson for the killer review of our new album in the latest issue of Metal Hammer Magazine out now! As per usual Mr rule!

Mrs M

Sunday, September 19, 2010

New BGD Collection!

Attention Ladies & Gents!

I have recently posted my new collection of Blasphemous Girl Designs featuring one of a kind custom made jewelry & deconstructed, repurposed clothing. My newest additions to my store include Jackets, Vests, Burlesque Sets, Hats, Relics, Religiosity Rings, Crucifixes, Cameo Zodiac Pendants, Ex-Votos, Leather Cross Pendants and back by popular demand, my most requested item Rock Candy Rings! Each as unique as the person who wears them and the perfect gift for yourself, a friend or significant other!

Why Be Beautiful

When You Can Be

B L A S P H E M O U S?


Mrs M

Sunday, September 12, 2010

Kerrang Feature!

"A distillation of furious power and fierce intelligence littered with evocative, poetic lyrics and spoken word passages."


I would like to thank Paul Travers for taking the time to talk with me about My Ruin's new album and for his kind words in this weeks new issue of Kerrang Magazine which is on stands now in the U.K. and out next week in the U.S.! The last time I talked rock with Mr Travers was over 10 years ago and when I was in Tura Satana and it was a pleasure catching up with him again. For those who would like to read the feature, a larger version has been posted in our press section for your viewing pleasure. Thanks also to Miss Lisa Johnson for the sweet photo!


Mrs M

Planet-Loud.Com Review!

"There is no middle ground when it comes to My Ruin. Everyone has their opinion – some love them, some hate them but, whatever your feelings, there is no denying that when Tairrie Murphy and her now husband Mick Murphy connect in a recording studio, something very special happens. After eighteen months locked away then, it comes as no surprise that their latest offering, Ghosts And Good Stories, sees the pair create a piece of work as powerful as fans have come to expect.

Followers of the band will note that, over the years, there has been a gradual power shift in the My Ruin camp with Mick Murphy joining Tairrie as a main player in defining the My Ruin sound. Whereas the early days saw the line-up rotated with each album/tour, it came as no coincidence that the sound became more settled and defined as Murphy’s signature guitar sound became more of an integral element of the My Ruin sound. As is the norm now, wailing Sabbathy riffs and Down-esque grinding metal pepper the material the pair have created with head-pounders like Malediction best summed up as loud and riffy as fuck. Of course, it’s impossible to ignore vocalist Tairrie Murphy as well who, having spent the last eighteen months of her life experiencing the spectrum of personal highs and lows, delivers a 100% throat-shredding performance yet again leaving most male-vocalists for dust even when, on the likes of Suicide Tuesday, she intertwines her much loved spoken-word inspiration into the work.

With a title like Ghosts And Good Stories, try and avoid listening to this album in a dark room but do listen to it with the stereo cranked up to an ear-bleeding volume. However you choose to listen to this marvelous piece of work, be warned, by the time the haunting Deathknell brings the curtain down on this album, you’ll have just spent the last hour experiencing the true beauty of horror. "

Rating [9]

By Graham Finney


Thank you to Graham Finney for the kind words and great review of our new album on his kick ass rock website Planet-Loud.Com. Mr Finney has always been a true supporter of our music for many years and we appreciate the continued rock love and respect.

Right back at you sir!

Mrs M

Friday, September 10, 2010

BWBK Review!

"My Ruin’s sixth official full length album – is their strongest outing since A Prayer Under Pressure Of Violent Anguish from 2000. On the musical front ‘Ghosts And Good Stories’ surpasses everything the band has done thus far."

"Ms. B’s performance is always in your face. Her full-on screech was second to none before Pro-Tools screwed up the industry, and her performance on Ghosts And Good Stories (‘Excommunicated’, ‘Suicide Tuesday’, ‘Abusing The Muse’) serves notice to lovelies like Maria Brink (In This Moment) and Candace Kucsulain (Walls Of Jericho) that delivery is everything. And in this case, brutally effective."


Thank you to Carl Begai of Brave Words Bloody Knuckles for his terrific review of our new album. Always a pleasure reading the rock words of Mr B. For those of you interested in checking out his full review please visit our press section!

Mrs M