22.09.2019

Ruiner - Discography



Genre: Hardcore Punk
Country: USA, Baltimore, MD 

Founded in 2003 in Baltimore, Maryland, Ruiner came from a humble beginning. The band got together and released their first demo in 2004, then released two more EPs and toured the East Coast and Midwest several times. Ruiner played more than 200 concerts in the first year and half of its existence, and in the second year the group went to Europe for 31 concerts in 10 different countries. Their hard work paid off when Bridge Nine Records took note and released their debut full-length debut, Prepare To Be Letout, in 2007. With publications like Stuff Magazine singing their praises, you won’t be disappointed. When your full recording lasts only 21 minutes, you must do every second of the countdown; and this hardcore outfit in Baltimore did just that. Ruiner continued to travel around the world in his tried and true DIY fashion, setting off on a journey with everyone from pulling his teeth ”to“ sinking ships ”and“ Broadway calls.

Fast forward to 2009, as Ruiner took the much-needed work break and took refuge in Baltimore to write her new album. It took quite a while to write this album. The idea was to stay home and not be distracted by being on the road. I think that for the most part we were able to do this, Sullivan commented. The group, currently consisting of Rob Sullivan (vocals), Stephen Smil (bass), Danny Porter (guitar), Dustin Thornton (guitar) and TJ Catalfo (drums, while Joey Edwards played drums on record), set off to the studio in July with recognized producer J. Robbins (“Jets to Brazil”, Against Me!, Modern Life is War) and recorded tracks for what will become “Empty Hell”. Sullivan continued: This was the second time we worked with J.Robbins, so we already had a rough idea of what it would be like. He is very professional, but still wants you to sound like your band, which is very different from some of our past records. Typically, “manufacturers” want things to have their own sound. Jay focuses on making you look more like you.

“Hell Is Empty” demonstrates Ruiner in their best sound of modern hardcore, punk and direct rock music, when the band is fond of more diverse vocal patterns and songwriting that will produce as many stage immersions and singing as the group became known. Lyrically, Ruiner touches on personal feelings such as disappointment in the world, devastation, lost love, self-hatred, and disappointment. Ruiner, one of the noisiest and emotionally punishing recordings of the year, really found its sound in Hell Is Empty. Sullivan said: This new record still contains some of the things that we always did, but the songs are a little longer, and we added some new elements. The addition of our new Dustin guitarist has very positively changed the text process, and this can be seen on the new record.

Ruiner became known for their extreme work ethic when it comes to touring, and they played everywhere, from New Mexico to Sweden, with the intention of stopping now. Vocalist Rob Sullivan commented: “I always felt that the goal of being in a band was to write music and tour. That's all. If you consider yourself a punk or hardcore band, you always know that there is a ceiling over you. The stars are pretty damn far from the limit and you're just having a good time. "I know that I will never be out of debt until this group ends, but I would also not trade a single negative point, if it meant that I would not experience my last 10 years." With the release of Hell Is Empty, Ruiner will retain its main goal as a band - just play music and travel the world.

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Ruiner - 2005 - What Could Possibly Go Right (EP)


Year: 2005
Quality: mp3, VBR 243 kbps
Size: 24,10 MB
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01. Once Loved
02. Paint Peals
03. Adhering To Superstition
04. Lockjaw
05. Getting Over The Overs
06. Out Go The Candles
07. A Bridge To Many
08. Six By Six
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Ruiner - 2007 - Prepare To Be Let Down


Year: 2007
Quality: mp3, VBR 241 kbps
Size: 33,38 MB
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01. Prepare To Be Let Down
02. Bottom Line: Fuck You
03. The Lives We Fear
04. That Stone Better Be On Fire
05. 40 Miles North
06. A Song For Beggars
07. Long Time Coming
08. Repetition
09. Choke On It
10. When The Mourning Ends
11. Sleepless
12. Kiss That Motherfucker Good Night
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Ruiner - 2008 - I Heard These Dudes Are Assholes


Year: 2008
Quality: mp3, VBR 236 kbps
Size: 36,57 MB
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01. Once Loved
02. Paint Peals
03. Adhering To Superstition
04. Lockjaw
05. Getting Over The Overs
06. Out Go The Candles
07. A Bridge Too Many
08. Six By Six
09. Dear Philadelphia
10. Sincerely
11. Paint Peals (Demo)
12. Adhering To Superstition (Demo)
13. Six By Six (Demo)
14. The Lives We Fear (Demo)
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Ruiner - 2009 - Hell Is Empty


Year: 2009
Quality: mp3, VBR 236 kbps
Size: 43,41 MB
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01. I'm Out
02. Dead Weight
03. Two Words
04. Part One
05. Part Two
06. Convenient Gods
07. Meat
08. Loneliest Of Hearts
09. Committed
10. Solitary
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