Love Taking Back The Nightlife, it's just a fun hardcore release. I can't claim to know about all that statuatory business but the vocalist is a pretty chill dude. He comes out to just about every show across Ontario to support the scene. The turnaround from a bunch of dicks just playing for fun to serious, soulful musicians did strike me as odd though and I'm not sure I buy into it, 1990 is a solid song either way IMO. It's funny that Being as an Ocean was brough up as they're now going to tour together due to fan demand. I don't know much about them but Salute e Vita is a great song.
I've also seen the vocalist around at several shows (keep in mind that almost half of the shows I attend are in Liferuiner's hometown).
On the topic of this band's sound, I've liked most of their material. 'No Saints' was a solid album and I still listen to a few songs from time to time, even if it's only for nostalgic purposes. The new album, on the other hand, is very impressive. I've been a huge fan of this melodic hardcore/metalcore (don't crucify me for this label...I just find it to be the best way to describe the sound without using 20 words) style for a few years, and I think 'Future Revisionists' was very well done. To the people that don't like Hundredth, though, you probably won't like this release either because it's very similar.