New Liferuiner Song/Video
2011-09-06 by Aaron Moore | 26 Comments

Canadian metalcore act Liferuiner have posted a video for their newly released song "1990." The track is off of the upcoming Sons of Straight Edge EP, which is being released track-by-track. The video can be viewed below.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jCrm7CKTZZQ&feature=player_embedded

Also, Liferuiner has been courteous enough to allow the song for free download below.

http://www.mediafire.com/?6s2ip69epgrnfa3

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iPim
September 6th 2011

331 Comments


I actually enjoyed this.

Eskate87
September 6th 2011

959 Comments


lol, singer looks like a chode

pmmets07
September 6th 2011

5848 Comments


theyve gotten way better

Carnifex
September 6th 2011

1918 Comments


The American Liferuiner broke up, the Canadian one still exists. As generic as this is, I can still enjoy it.

deepintheorchard
September 6th 2011

644 Comments


I love this. This band has definitely changed for the better.

Pharoh
September 6th 2011

3326 Comments


xxx

ohfoxxxycole
September 6th 2011

4350 Comments


that was awful

awfully gay

Winsomniac
September 6th 2011

7955 Comments


Brings the junz.


I leikz the junz.

atavisticguilt
September 6th 2011

139 Comments


Wasnt as bad as old liferuiner. It was kinda good...

TheBloodTypo
September 6th 2011

757 Comments


How do their amps work without electricity?

Winsomniac
September 6th 2011

7955 Comments


Whoa, didn't notice that.





Amps. How do they work?

FrankRedHot
September 6th 2011

6448 Comments


I couldn't stop laughing throughout the entire video.

TheBloodTypo
September 6th 2011

757 Comments


I only made it halfway through, but the beginning alone made me laugh.

Mordecai.
September 6th 2011

8271 Comments


i listen to some pretty dodgy metalcore, but that was uber gay. btw, two left-handed guitarists in one band? oh canada....

DeathByDaydream
September 6th 2011

546 Comments


boring

Dummit
September 6th 2011

343 Comments


much better than they used to be, thats for sure.

waaagh
September 6th 2011

55 Comments


lol joy division

dnor
September 6th 2011

3978 Comments


boring, juntastic, and laughable.

whywontyoudie
September 6th 2011

3063 Comments


still dont like this band.

Winsomniac
September 6th 2011

7955 Comments


I like it.



But then again, I would.

Mordecai.
September 6th 2011

8271 Comments


i thought i would too = (

Winsomniac
September 6th 2011

7955 Comments


Did you like Sons of Straight Edge?




Iunno, I have a soft spot for anthemic but not terribly progressive junz.

Mordecai.
September 6th 2011

8271 Comments


nope hated it. i'm usually the same (For the fallen dreams, ghost inside etc) but this is just gay

Winsomniac
September 6th 2011

7955 Comments


Meh. Not your cup of tea I suppose.

pmmets07
September 6th 2011

5848 Comments


i think SOSE was a little better but this is really cool

YouGotLucky
September 7th 2011

946 Comments


Lame.



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