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Ruiner are a fast yet almost melodic-sounding hardcore band from Baltimore, Maryland.
Fall 2004- October 5th we played our first show and released our first 3 song demo.
Winter 2004-05- Embarked on our first east coast/midwest tour with friends The Spark for 2 weeks.
Spring 2005- East coast tour with friends No Idols. May 05 released 7" EP "What Could Possibly Go Right…" through Firestarter and Gravemistake Records.
Summer 2005- Headed out on our first US tour, half of which was with Day of the Dead from Portugal, replaced our transmission twice on this tour. Came home realizing we would need a new drummer. Joe Red was later replaced by Joey Edwards. He played his first show in July, 2 weeks after having started practice with us. Ended the summer by signing with 1917 Records.
Fall 2005- Recorded 2 songs for a split with Day of the Dead due to come out on Vendetta records in the Winter of that year. Released the CD version of "What Could Possibly Go Right…" on 1917 Records. Hit the road with Dead Hearts from October to November for 2 weeks in support of that record on the east coast and midwest.
Winter 2005-06- Headed out on another US tour with Final Fight from December 27th- January 29th. Came home to continue writing for our LP. Split with DOTD came out just in time for us to get home from tour…bummer.
Summer 2006- Toured for 2 months straight with Counting the Days, Final Fight and Killing the Dream from June 2nd to August 4th. Came home to continue writing for LP.
Fall 2006- First European tour from October 20th to November 20th. We played 10 Countries in 31 days.
Winter 2007-January 17th we began recording our first LP for what we thought was for 1917 records. When completed on January 28th we realized that was not the case. Due to some personal reasons we parted ways with 1917 Records. In March we announced that we were thrilled to have signed with Bridge 9 Records.
Future- JUNE 19th… LP PREPARE TO BE LET DOWN
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