MY RUIN Joined By Former SYSTEMATIC Bassist
MY RUIN, the Los Angeles-based band fronted by ex-TURA SATANA singer Tairrie B., have announced the addition of former SYSTEMATIC bassist Johnny Chow (a.k.a. John Mark Bechtel) to the group's ranks. "Johnny (photo) will be joining us on out upcoming U.K. tour and many tours and shows to follow," the band (photo) write on their official web site. "We hope you all dig him as much as we do and welcome him to our RUINED FAMILY!" Chow joins MY RUIN as the replacement for Meghan Mattox, who was "asked to leave" the group following their recent U.S. tour with SOIL.
Upcoming MY RUIN shows:
May 09 – Bristol, UK @ Fleece & Firkin
May 10 - Exeter, UK @ Lemon Grove
May 12 - Sheffield, UK @ Corporation
May 13 - Preston, UK @ The Mill
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
May 19 - London, UK @ The Garage
Jun. 12 – West Hollywood, CA @ Whisky A Go Go
(Thanks: Christine Natanael / CRUSHER Magazine)
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