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JULIET RUIN Release 'Fight To Win' Lyric Video + Show Dates w/ Jinjer In Calgary & Edmonton




Edmonton, AB's JULIET RUIN recently released their first full-length album "Old Stardust, Love and Chaos" on September 6, 2019 to follow their 2017 debut self titled EP. The release promises to be more technical with heavy instrumentation, including some dabbling in low tuned 7 string guitars to create an original sound chock full of catchy hooks that convey a fresh and emotive feel to their heavy music. Lead vocalist Jess Ruin has added more screams, but also more clean techniques with her pop-esque power vocals. Fans of forward-thinking modern metal such as Evanescence, System of a Down, and Killswitch Engage should take special note of this powerful and emotive Canadian band.

Check out their latest lyric video for the track 'Fight To Win' at the following link HERE.





The band adds:

"'Fight to Win' is probably one of the more unique tracks on the album. It begins softly and quickly changes pace, flowing into our most experimental vocals in the verses. FTW is a wordy and exciting track with an array of vocal styles. The verses of this one are special vocally because of creative on-the-spot thinking in the studio by Diego Fernandez. The last-minute change to make the verses more spoken the entire mood of the song different. FTW is an ode to owning up to a vengeful nature just to flaunt it proudly as a warning sign."

Digital stream and download of JULIET RUIN's debut album "Old Stardust, Love, and Chaos" is available on Spotify, Bandcamp, Apple Music, Amazon.

Music Video 'Spite' here.
Lyric Video 'Seasons' here.

In additional news, JULIET RUIN will be supporting Ukraine's Jinjer in Calgary on October 29th and Edmonton on October 30th.

The band adds:

"We as a band are absolutely honoured to be opening up for Jinjer, we are all fans and their meteoric rise has been a pleasure to watch."

Show Dates:
Oct 29 - Calgary, AB - Dickens w/ Jinjer, The Browning, Sumo Cyco
Oct 30 - Edmonton, AB - The Starlite Room w/ Jinjer, The Browning, Sumo Cyco

For more info:
JulietRuin.com

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