Hardcore supergroup End drop video for “Hesitation Wounds” off debut full-length album

END have shared the video for “Hesitation Wounds“. The supergroup, which consists of members of Counterparts, Misery Signals, Dillinger Escape Plan, and more, just released their debut full-length album on Closed Casket Activities. Needless to say, we were pretty impressed.

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Influential metalcore band Misery Signals detail new album, release first new song in seven years, “The Tempest”

One of the most influential and revered metalcore bands of the last decade+, Misery Signals will make their long-awaited return in 2020 with the independent, self-funded release of their fourth album, Ultraviolet, on August 7th. The upcoming record marks their first full-length release in seven years, and first with founding vocalist Jesse Zaraska since their 2004 debut, Of Malice and the Magnum Heart.
 
After a week of videos teasing their revival, the band has officially revealed details today for the new album, including the release date, album art, tracklisting and their highly anticipated first new single “The Tempest.” Pre-order the record now and watch the video for the song now at the links below.

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Darkest Hour announces 25th anniversary celebration tour dates w/Misery Signals, Sect

Acclaimed metal band Darkest Hour are celebrating their 25th year of existence this year, and given how good their most recent album Godless Prophets… was, it shouldn’t be much of a surprise the the band is still going so strong. With Misery Signals also (apparently) releasing a new album this year, it only makes sense for the two bands to tour together. That’s exactly what’s happening, actually.

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Misery Signals begin work on their 5th full-length album – listen to a teaser of new music

In 2004, a landmark album by the name of Of Malice And The Magnum Heart was released, by a band named Misery Signals. Full stop: if you’ve heard it once, or enjoy any sort of modern metalcore, you know how influential the record is. If not, scroll down below and listen to “Five Years” – and then finish the whole thing. You won’t regret it.

While the band hasn’t released an album since 2013’s crowd-funded Absent Light, their 4 studio albums to date have been nothing but quality despite the often long wait in between. And now that original vocalist Jesse Zaraska is back in the fold for his first appearance on a MS record in 15 years, anticipation is sure to reach a fever pitch now that the band is recording new material for their 5th full-length album, teased earlier today on socials. That’s a cause for excitement, as the world could certainly use their key influence on many of today’s popular hardcore and metalcore bands.

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