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Tag Archives: Misery Signals

Toothgrinder pick their favorite sophomore albums

Posted by on November 10, 2017

Today, Toothgrinder’s sophomore album, Phantom Amour, hits stores. And while their second album is a worthy follow up to last year’s Nocturnal Masquerade, we thought it would be fun to see what the band’s favorite other sophomore albums were.   Justin Matthews (vocals)       Nirvana, Nevermind: Because it was one of the most iconic albums […]

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Misery Signals reunite with original members, announce North American tour

Posted by on May 17, 2016

We haven’t talked about the guys at Misery Signals in a long time but that’s because they’ve been quietly plotting something special this year and finally we have word of what that is. Misery Signals will embark on a new summer tour and will reunite all its original members Jesse Zaraska, Ryan Morgan, Branden Morgan, Kyle […]

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Metal Insider Contributor Nathan Katsiaficas’ Top 10 of 2013

Posted by on December 17, 2013

As 2013 draws to a close, we’ve been giving the site over to artists to let us know what they’ve been listening to. It’s proven to be a diverse year for artists and albums alike. You can check out part 1 here, part 2 here, part 3 here, and part 4 here, and part 5 here. However, we also want […]

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Top 10 lists from Northlane, Ghost Ship Octavius, Noctum, Gigan & Call of the Void

Posted by on December 9, 2013

As 2013 draws to a close, we’ve been giving the site over to artists to let us know what they’ve been listening to. You can check out part 1 here, part 2 here, part 3 here, and part 4 here. We’re also ranking our faves of the year, with Chris Colgan and Zach Shaw already weighing in on […]

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Win A CD/T-Shirt Combo From ERRA

Posted by on October 30, 2013

Yesterday, ERRA released their new album Augment via Tragic Hero Records. However, today we’re giving you a chance to win a copy of the Birmingham, AL group’s latest offering AND a t-shirt to go along with it. Augment finds ERRA channeling both the melodic and aggressive spectrums of metalcore, highly inspired by the likes of […]

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Metal By Numbers 8/14: Asking Alexandria About The Charts

Posted by on August 14, 2013

Metal By Numbers is a weekly column in which we look at the top metal sellers and debuts of the week. Let’s get this out of the way: we know that simply by reading the headline people are probably ready to toss in their very meaningful two cents with a comment that probably looks like […]

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New & Noteworthy, July 23rd: Stay Inspired

Posted by on July 23, 2013

Want proof that hard work and perseverance really can propel you to the top? Just look at this week’s leading band. Here’s the list – let’s dig right in!     We Came As Romans, Tracing Back Roots (Equal Vision)   Five years ago, no one had heard of the Michigan metalcore group known as […]

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Misery Signals is Back With New Track “Luminary”

Posted by on July 2, 2013

It’s been a while since we’ve heard anything from Wisconson metalcore quintet Misery Signals. They released an album update almost a year ago, but there has been little news since then other than the fact that they exceeded their crowd funding campaign for the new album this past April. After five years of no new music, […]

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Misery Signals, We Came As Romans Do The Harlem Shake

Posted by on February 14, 2013

So suddenly, viral versions of the “Harlem Shake” are a thing. You’ve probably all seen at least one variation of the video, in which a handful of people dance to an instrumental dance song called “Harlem Shake” by Baauer. Midway through the song, there’s a jump cut, and then a whole group of people do the dance, […]

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In Case You Needed Proof That Misery Signals Have Been Working On New Material

Posted by on August 17, 2012

It’s been roughly two years since guitarist Stu Ross and bassist Kyle Johnson left Misery Signals. And while the Wisconsin metalcore group did release a cover of Pink Floyd’s “Us And Them” last year, it’s still been a while since we’ve heard new material from them (four years since Controller to be exact). Well, it […]

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