LIFERUINER Signs With UPRISING RECORDS

Ontario, Canada-based straight-edge hardcore/metal act LIFERUINER has inked a deal with Uprising Records. "Uprising is extremely excited about working with LIFERUINER as it signals a return to the label's own roots, as well as being the first signing from their new A&R, and in association with imprint This City Is Burning," the company writes in a press release.

After releasing its debut album, "No Saints", which was produced/recorded by Antoinne Lussier (of ION DISSONANCE), LIFERUINER has opened for and supported a virtual "who's who" of the modern metal/hardcore scene over the last two years. Currently on tour, the band will break in February to record its Uprising debut, "Taking Back the Night Life", tentatively due in the spring.

For more information, visit www.myspace.com/xlifexruinerx.

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