Misery Index "Conjuring The Cull" song premiere
Deathgrind outfit Misery Index unveil the first new song from their forthcoming album.
If you're a fan of death metal and/or grindcore, you should be thrilled that Misery Index will be releasing a new album this spring. Titled The Killing Gods, the outing was recorded with producer and Pig Destroyer guitarist Scott Hull and is set for a May 27th release via Season of Mist.
Misery Index vocalist Jason Netherton recently called The Killing Gods "the longest, most diverse and most complete album we have ever created." While you're going to have to wait a few weeks to see just how accurate Netherton's assessment is, you don't have to wait any longer to get a taste of the new album, because today we're thrilled to premiere the new Misery Index track "Conjuring the Cull" below.
Listen to the song, then pre-order the album from Season of Mist. Enjoy!
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That just ripped my dick off
I'm pretty sure my boner has a boner
really awesome song !
Alex Metalex Approves. Adam Jarvis you rule dude!
Wha' happed? I didn't get to hear it... The player said it couldn't find the track? Is it copyright?? f*cking weasels!
...always giving my soul a reason to smile. Loving it!
Damn, that album will kick ass!
That song just scraped my face off the side of my face, throwing on the freeway of death and destruction, while running it over with a mac truck called conjuring the culling.
All of Guantanamo just entered my ass and left without leaving a tip...heavy shit
f*ckin' love it!
THIS SONG TORE A HOLE IN MY rear
1:56. Holy shit. crushing steel.
conjuring the Hull
So much <3
Good song but nothing new here. Sounds exactly like what they've been putting out for years, production is almost identical.
song is awesome, pre-ordered LP.
i need to destroy my flat to this song
While i wouldnt say this is vastly different from other misery index, I dont believe it's the same stuff theyve been recording for years. It's more dynamic and orchestrated than anything from before. If you put on retaliate or discordia youll notice a big difference in terms of the length and dynamics of the stracks. Heirs to thievery is similar for sure but still doesnt have quite the orchestrated nature as this
looks like shawn kelly from ripping corpse
This f*cking band has never released a bad song.