MY RUIN — the Los Angeles based rock duo featuring lead screamer Tairrie B and husband/guitarist Mick Murphy — has been hard at work in the studio last month recording its sixth full-length album, "Ghosts and Good Stories", for an early 2010 release via Tiefdruck-Musik.
Commented Mick: "I've recently finished recording all of the guitar tracks which has been a lot of fun, and a very relaxed and productive experience working with Josh Lynch [who is co-engineering and co-producing this with me]. He is a true professional with a trained ear, strong production skills and a great sense of humor.
"I've known Josh for over a decade because we both worked at a Hollywood recording studio back in the late '90s. We had a blast tracking guitars and got some sick and smokin' tones. Once we started recording, we just clicked in and worked really quickly and efficiently together.
"Entourage is a very high-quality old school studio with all the right gear to get the warmest and biggest sounds which is exactly what we're looking for.
"I'm very excited about the new material and we have 12 original songs plus one cover that make a strong 13-track record with lots of good loud rock and a few unexpected surprises."
Video footage from the guitar-tracking sessions can be viewed below.
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