MY RUIN Part Ways With Bassist MEGHAN MATTOX

MY RUIN, the Los Angeles-based band fronted by ex-TURA SATANA singer Tairrie B., have once again parted ways with bassist Meghan Mattox. A replacement bassist has yet to be announced.

Mattox had previously left MY RUIN in late 2001 and was temporarily replaced by ex-NUM bassist Kenny Lowry. MY RUIN have just completed a short run of U.S. dates with SOIL in support of their latest release, "The Horror Of Beauty" (Century Media).

In other news, MY RUIN will embark on a U.K. tour in May. Support on all dates comes from SUFFRAJETS, plus one more band to be announced soon. The dates are as follows:

May 09 – Bristol, UK @ Fleece & Firkin
May 10 - Exeter, UK @ Lemon Grove
May 12 - Sheffield, UK @ Corporation
May 13 - Leeds, UK @ Cockpit
May 14 - Middlesbrough, UK @ Crypt
May 15 - Glasgow, UK @ QMU
May 16 - Birmingham, UK @ Academy 2
May 17 - Norwich, UK @ The Waterfront
May 18 - London, UK @ The Garage


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