To support their latest release, The Killing Gods, US grinders Misery Index confirmed a string of tour dates for 'The Killing Gods US/Canada Tour - Part 1' this April/May. This two-week run, supported by special guests Lord Dying, will mainly cover the Eastern part of the North American continent. Check out all the confirmed dates down under.
US group Misery Index have released a brand new video. It is for the track "The Calling" which you might recognize from their newest album The Killing Gods. The band will soon embark on a European trek to present their new output. Their new video is available for your viewing pleasure now below.
Can't wait to hear Misery Index's new album? Good news then because the entire album is already available for streaming online ahead of its release on May 27th in North America (May 23 worldwide) via Season Of Mist. The Killing Gods, as the album is called, is streaming at several locations, like here or over here. Enjoy!
American metallers Misery Index have revealed the second new track from their forthcoming album The Killing Gods. The track is titled "The Calling" and it is streaming now through the Soundcloud player below. This new album will be their fifth and now you can have another taste of what will be unleashed. What are you waiting for?
Do you want to hear a song from deathgrinders Misery Index's new album The Killing Gods? Today is the day. The band just premiered "Conjuring The Cull" and it is available to stream now here through the Soundcloud player. While the new record will only see its release on May 27th in North America (May 23 worldwide) via Season Of Mist, Misery Index give you "Conjuring The Cull".
We already knew that Misery Index would release a new album this year but now we know more about it. The American grindcore extremists have announced The Killing Gods as the title of their forthcoming new full-length. The band's fifth studio album will hit the stores on May 23rd (May 27th in North America) via Season Of Mist. Mark your calendars. That is all for now but maybe you get to hear new material soon.
American grinders Misery Index are pleased to announce that they will be heading on a co-headlining tour across the Europe, together with their Canadian fellas Gorguts. Both bands will be performing in support of their newest releases. While Gorguts already released new album in August, this year - Colored Sands, Misery Index are still working on it, and are expecting to release it sometime in April/May.
Good news arrive today from grindcore beasts Misery Index. The Americans are currently hard at work on their forthcoming studio album and have commenced recording the new grindfeast that will follow Heirs To Thievery (2010) and Season Of Mist debut. You can expect new music to drop in the spring of 2014.
In order to help the fans wait until their next full-length album, American grindcore act Misery Index will unleash a live album come February 15th worldwide and February 19th in North America entitled Live In Munich. This new offering was recorded at Backstage in Munich, Germany on February 18th, 2012. It will be released as hand-numbered die-cut LP, strictly limited to 500 copies worldwide. The band's new studio album has been penned for a late 2013 release.
Independent record label Season Of Mist decided to go on a signing frenzy this week, and announced the addition of no less than five new bands to their roster. The bands in question are Misery Index, Sólstafir, Terrorizer, Arckanum and Dodecahedron. You can read all five press releases after the jump.
US metallers Misery Index have announced a four-week headlining European tour starting on November 1st in The Netherlands. Co-headlining this run is Sweden's death metallers Grave and support will come from Arsis, The Last Felony and The Rotted.
Misery Index are streaming their brand new album Heirs To Thievery online at the following location. Heirs To Thievery was recorded at Wright Way Studios just outside Baltimore, MD and will see a May 11th North American release date.
Misery Index also kicked off a full US tour in support of Heirs To Thievery yesterday in their hometown of Baltimore, MD. The band is touring with label-mates Dying Fetus along with Arsis, Annotations Of An Autopsy, and Conducting from The Grave. Tour dates available here.
Baltimore, MD's Misery Index are currently in the Wright Way Studios recording Heirs To Thievery, the follow-up to 2008's Traitors. Advance song titles from Heirs To Thievery include "Embracing Extinction", "Heirs To Thievery", "Fed To The Wolves", and "Sleeping Giants". A May 2010 release date is expected.
In the meantime, Misery Index have announced a run of US tour dates following their time in the studio. Misery Index will headline three-weeks in the US, kicking things off in Poughkeepsie, NY on February 19th, with support coming from Magrudergrind. A listing of confirmed tour dates and cities can be found below with more to be announced soon.
"We are happy to say the hibernation has paid off, and we have roughly 9 songs in preparation for the January recording of our 4th full length, to be recorded at Wrightway Studios in Baltimore, Maryland beginning January 2nd, 2010. These are the guys that mixed and mastered Traitors, so we are excited to do the entire project there this time around. We will have more details on that in the coming weeks.
In the meantime, we are pleased to announce, at long last, our discography collection of splits and EPS, entitled Pulling Out The Nails (after the first song the band wrote). It will feature 30 tracks, and include ALL non-album material from 2001-2008, including the Overthrow and Dissent EP's, as well as the splits with Structure of Lies, Commit Suicide, Mumakil, and Bathtub Shitter, the Hang em' High 7", live tracks, bonus covers etc. The compilation was remastered by Scott Hull this year, and will be available in January on cd through our own Anarchos records imprint, and on double vinyl through Power It Up (Germany) soon after. This cd will also include an extensive 24 page booklet of details, notes, pictures, and an all-time list of all the shows we have performed. We hope its the final representation of the various incarnations of the band in the past 8 years. Til then, more news soon."