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My Precious


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Hailing from Singapore, My Precious was formed sometime late December 2001 or early January 2002. Dyn and Ronny, both formerly from the local band Kindred, decided to get together to play Kindred-type music again. They roped in Dinslife to play bass and Kyn and Rina as vocals. As a whole, the band had a familiarity and connection through Kindred songs. Sometime in 2002, Dinslife left the band and Zool stepped in to play the bass. It was around this time that the band actually was able to break away from the Kindred mould.

It is hard to really say what their sound is really like. As a band, they enjoy a wide range of music; anything from classical to thrashcore. Their influences include bands such as Fingerprint, Envy, Walls of Jericho, Fugazi, At The Drive In, Born Against, Unwound, Refused, Melt Banana and many more! People have described their sound as thrashcore, emocore, screamo, emo violence, metalcore, etc…

Amusingly, My Precious calls their sound “no-core” as they feel that they don’t exactly fit into any of the above genres. They feel that their sound is distinct as a result of experiments done simply out of passion for fast / melodic songs with a punch.

They released their first album, My Precious S/T in 2003 under the colaboration of Jahil Records (now Thrash Steady Syndicate) and Karatekore Records (Malaysia).

In December 2004, they have been blessed with an opportunity to tour with the band, Gauge Means Nothing in Japan! In conjunction with the Japan Tour, these two bands released a split cd ep titled, “Missing Tom” under the label, endless/nameless Records.


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