Los Angeles based underground metal veterans My Ruin featuring vocalist Tairrie B and husband / guitarist Mick Murphy have just released a new video for the song ‘Deconsecrated’ from the bands latest 7th studio album ‘A Southern Revelation’ which was produced by Mick Murphy & Joel Stooksbury and can be downloaded for free at www.myruin.bandcamp.com
The new video was filmed and edited by long time friend of the band Tor Burrows of Notorious Design and features additional footage shot by UK photographers Andy Watson, Doug Rimington & Matt Alston of the British metal band Sanctorum. Having worked with Tor on their previous videos for ‘Tennessee Elegy’, ‘Long Dark Night’ and ’Excommunicated’, My Ruin invited Miss Burrows on the road earlier this year during the bands ‘Southern Revelation’ tour of the UK & France to shoot her first documentary style film which is due for a December 2012 release. ‘Deconsecrated’ offers a sneak preview of what to look forward to with the DVD
“Tor is such an amazingly talented woman and a true artist. I can’t scream her praises loud enough! It was great having her female energy on the road with us to film our last tour and it’s been such a pleasure putting our creative heads together once again for this latest piece of visual magic” states Tairrie B. Also featured in the video is former Beggars Ball guitarist Eddie Brnabic who filled in on bass duties for Luciano Ferrea who was unable to make the tour at the time.
My Ruin have recently signed a deal with That Authoring Group for their new album to appear on Rock Band 3 and Rock Band Blitz in July and are currently in pre production writing for their new album which they plan to record once again with Joel Stooksbury at Soundtrack Black Studio in Knoxville, Tennessee in August. They will be playing the The Whisky a Go Go in Hollywood on June 30th with special guests All Hail The Yeti & Ana Kefr with Marcelo Palomino [Manhole / Tura Satana] on drums.
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