MY RUIN Part Ways With Drummer, Bassist

February 17, 2005

MY RUIN, the Los Angeles-based band fronted by ex-TURA SATANA singer Tairrie B., have reportedly parted ways with drummer Yael and bassist Johnny Chow (a.k.a. John Mark Bechtel, ex-SYSTEMATIC).

Although both Yael and Johnny has already completed their parts for the group's new album, "Brutal Language of Being in Love", prior to leaving, it now appears that their contributions were erased and re-recorded by the group's guitarist (and Tairrie's boyfriend) Mick Murphy.

MY RUIN have yet to announce a new record deal since "getting released" from their contract with Century Media Records last summer. The band had issued one EP ("The Shape of Things to Come") and one full-length CD ("The Horror Of Beauty") through the Los Angeles-based label.

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