My Little Murder
My Little Murder (2004-present) is a Rock band from Cardiff, UK.
y Little Murder are a dark punk/post hardcore band from Cardiff, Walse combining dual guitar solos reminiscant of 1980s Rock anthems and heavy rhythmic riffs with melodic vocal harmonies and louder screaming vocals.
Forming around September 2004 My Little Murder immediately began to build up a set worth of material so they could get onto the gigging circuit. They did their debut show at TJ's in March 2005 and since then have continued to gig extensively.
In August 2005, My Little Murder recorded their debut EP titled Ding Dong You're Dead which was self released around January 2006 and helped them to break out of the South Wales circuit and sta rt playing more nationwide shows supporting bigger names in reputable venues.
In February 2006 Kob, the drummer at the time left the band, causing complications with regards to booking new shows etc. at a time when things were really starting to look up. After a 2 month search and countless auditions, My Little Murder were back with their new drummer Owen Weeks (ex-Shaped By Fate) and with this, the music started to take a heavier edge to it.
My Little Murder continued to gig around the UK in 2006, constantly improving their live performances and stage presence, whilst building up a following and reputation. In this time they have also written a lot ofnew material which, although roughly demoed, they are hoping to record properly in the near future.
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My Little Murder have played with the likes of Matchbook Romance, Against All Authority, Mouthwash, The Spill Canvas, Parkway Drive, Shaped By Fate, Dopamine, Covergirl, The Blackout, Midasuno, Raging Speedhorn, Hondo Maclean, Mendeed, Streetlight Manifesto (formerly Catch 22), Adequate Seven, Fastlane and many more across parts of the UK and want to continue this way in the hope of attracting some serious attention. The act now features: Adam Parsons (Mouth/guitar), Ryan Steadman (guitar), TBC (Bass/Backing Vocals), and Owen Weeks (Pots and Pans).
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