A surprisingly mature release from a band I thought would never grow up. This group has matured in every way, songwriting now has structure and is less cluttered with breakdowns, the lyrics have undergone a complete change and now convey a more positive message, the group has even given way to much appreciated melody, not to mention the much improved vocals. This is a surprisingly good release from a band that used to be pretty awful.
Liferuiner has no doubt matured from their previous attempts at music, now using a more
"Djunt"-y sound. Lyrics are heartfelt and inspirational, breakdowns are heavy and in good
taste. Only thing that is disappointing is the length, with only 5 songs (one being an 1
minute intro and a Beatles cover) it leaves only 3 original full songs.
Liferuiner take a more serious approach to their music and make them a tolerable band. Though the album is still plagued by breakdowns, they're better placed and not just thrown around. The lyrics also take a more serious approach and convey a positive message instead of immature lyrics like 'SUCK MY DICK.' Not amazing, but it's a good listen.