The Skinny: To say Madison, Alabama’s MyChildren MyBride are a driving force in today’s hardcore and metal scene would be the understatement of the year. With over thirty thousand copies of their Solid State Records debut Unbreakable sold in the US, countless tours under their belt and a brand new record in its final stages, MyChildren MyBride are ready to continue to pummel the world with their innovative blend of metal and hardcore.

Entering the studio in late 2009 with Matt Goldman at Glow in the Dark Studios to track Lost Boy was the logical next step for MCMB. Guitarist Robert Bloomfield comments, “From day one, it was like Matt Goldman was already in our heads. He saw what we wanted and tried to help us create it. The man has the best sense of humor. This is the most fun I’ve ever had in a studio.” This record is guitarist Daniel Alvarado’s first with the band, and he brought a lot to the table this time around. “Musically it’s about writing what was in our heads at the moment”, Bloomfield adds. “We went in with the thought of ‘if we are going to be playing these songs for the next two years on tour then we want them to be really fun for the live show.'”

MCMB has been on the road nonstop touring in support of 2010’s Lost Boy, and with the release of this new record, show no signs of letting up in that respect. “What does the future hold?” Bloomfield inquires, a question almost rhetorical in nature. “Touring. This time the world over.”  [ END ]

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