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Helsinki, Finland (2004 – 2015)

myGRAIN, is a modern metal band from Helsinki, Finland. They are currently signed to Spinefarm Records. They have released four studio albums. The band has disbanded in 2015.

myGRAIN saw daylight in the summer of 2004, as Tommy (vocals), Resistor (guitar) and Matthew (guitar) were standing in the ruins of their former band, New Science Band. The guys had been playing together since 1999 and their collaboration still worked well, so they decided to start a new band with this lineup. The main idea from the beginning was to play rough metal with melodies. DJ Locomotive (drums) and Eve (synths) soon joined the band’s lineup. Jonas handled the bass for the two self-financed demo CDs and after recording the second one, The Red Frame, in April 2005 he permanently joined the band. A few weeks after the recordings, Spinefarm contacted myGRAIN and they inked a deal. The first fruit of the collaboration was the debut album “Orbit Dance”, released in April 2006.

The debut album, introduced the world a modern metal band with Nordic/American melodic death metal influences and lyric subject matter unlike anyone else’s. First and foremost, a live band definitely worth admission on stages small and large alike, MyGrain first focused on domestic touring but while still on the road, managed to forge another slew of songs for the February 2008 release of their 2nd album “Signs of Existence”. Along with some minor line-up tweaking, the sophomore album evolved MyGrain’s edgy, melodic sound into a style deeper, more original and infinitely more confident.


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