• "Southern Lies" EP produced by Jordan Schmidt (All Time Low, Motion City Soundtrack) at Fantasy Land Studios in Nashville, TN. Released October 2012.
• Featured on the SAW 6 Soundtrack
• Self Titled EP produced by Beau Burchell of "SAOSIN" and features Mitch Lucker of "SUICIDE SILENCE" Released through Bullet Tooth Records July 2011.
• Has shared the stage/toured with Asking Alexandria, Winds of Plague, Chiodos, Lacuna Coil, All That Remains, Maylene & The Sons of Disaster, He Is Legend, and many others around the nation. Also, headline numerous venues in the Minneapolis area.
• Hometown: Minneapolis, Minnesota
LET'S GO OUT IN STYLE!
That is the attitude My My Misfire lives, breathes, and plays by. Hailing from the twin cities of Minneapolis and St. Paul, Minnesota, the band formed in late 2007 and fueled by two passions. "This Band was formed from our love to party and rock and roll. We want to make music the way its supposed to be made, but still have an appeal to today's scene of kids along with 'real music' listeners," states drummer Aaron Birdsall.
My My Misfire's ambitious attitude in promoting and booking shows themselves has resulted in playing regional and national shows across the country.The band has also had the pleasure of working with Beau Burchell of SAOSIN on an EP dubbed "Sesso" that contains six songs of pure, raw, energetic rock anthems which resulted in them being the only unsigned band featured on the Saw VI Soundtrack. Their song 'The Sinatra', which features Mitch Lucker of SUICIDE SILENCE, is one of the strongest tracks on the album. "Their song made me want to clear my office of all it's furniture just so I didn't break lamps while trying to dance," states YoungPoorAndAngry.com of the track.
With broad musical tastes (The Eagles, Aerosmith, Sam Cooke, Garth Brooks), their love of partying and passion for rock and roll, My My Misfire twist and blend all of these influences into their undeniable original sound. As the band continues to work tirelessly and gain more fans every day, the Twin Cities are just not big enough to hold this band any longer.