LIFERUINER To Release 'Future Revisionists' In June

Toronto, Ontario, Canada-based melodic hardcore band LIFERUINER has signed with Transcend Music in Europe and InVogue Records in USA/Canada. The group's sophomore album, "Future Revisionists", will be released on June 4.

According to a press release, "Future Revisionists" represents a strong message of equality, integrity and passion. The band hopes to inspire change, not only with their music, but also their message.

"Future Revisionists" track listing:

01. Vacant
02. Waivered Lives
03. Savages
04. Feeling/Meaning
05. C.O.P.E.
06. Fissure
07. Harvest/Famine
08. Despair
09. Dreamcatcher
10. Self Purgatory

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The new video for the debut single, "Vacant", can be seen below.

LIFERUINER will tour globally this summer and fall in support of "Future Revisionists".


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