MYTERI Ruiner premiere
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Swedish crusty d-beat hardcore punks MYTERI premiere their new full-length record ‘Ruiner’!

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Just over 2 months after the recent re-release of their 2015 self-titled record, Gothenburg, Sweden’s high-flown crust / d-beat hardcore band MYTERI are back with a brand new, monumental record “Ruiner”, a captivating effort compelling in both coneption and sonic design. The record creates a bleak, yet pleasantly listenable structure that provides the appearance of unity despite the fragmentation of its nature and various influences. Tugged by powerful currents and storms, it peaks in numerous large climaxes and becomes memorable on its own. Just in time for the launch of pre-orders via 6 DIY labels, we’re extremely pleased to present it its full glory below!

Pre-orders for the Ruiner LP are now available through Alerta Antifascista Records (Germany), Chaos Rural Records (Canada), Halvfabrikat Records (Sweden), Phobia Records
(Czech Republic), Replenish Records (United States), and Svoboda Records (France). The record can be heard in its entirety below.

Formed in Sweden in the winter of 2013, Myteri is a five-piece band from Gothenburg, Falköping, and Kristinehamn that combines hardcore, crust, and d-beat to create a catalyst of uncompromising vocals, unyielding melodies, and unmerciful percussion in order to inspire change. The band examines the conflict between being alive and being human while being completely conscious of the fact that mankind is the most destructive species on the planet.

The Ruiner LP is available for preorder on 180gram white wax with black haze (limited to 200 copies), 180gram gray wax with black haze (limited to 300 copies), and 180gram black wax (limited to 500 copies), all of which come with a poster and a gatefold jacket. Pre-orders will ship in October.

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