Misery Index premiere song, announce new 7-inchFriday, February 2, 2018 11:31 AM PT / 3,252 views
Misery Index has premiered a Scott Rudd Films lyric video for their new single, "I Disavow." The single is to be released on a 7-inch record via Vitriol Records, with a B-side cover of "Wasting Away" from Nailbomb's 1994 Point Blank album, on February 9th. The vinyl and video features artwork from Gary Ronaldson (Napalm Death, Kreator) of Bite Radius Designs. Watch "I Disavow" here:
The songs were recorded and mixed late last year in four different studios: drums were recorded at Developing Nations with Kevin Bernsten (Full Of Hell, Magrudergrind); vocals were recorded at Studio Kolotila with Olli Nokkala; guitars, bass, and vocals were recorded at Ryan Vincent Studios with Ryan Vincent (Truth Corroded, Aggression); the tracks were mixed and mastered by Dan Swanö (Edge of Sanity, Nightingale) at Unisound.
Bassist/vocalist Jason Netherton of Misery Index comments: "Greetings! So, we start recording our new album this spring…but until then, how about a new song? We present the single "I Disavow" - a ferocious spitfire that harkens back to the 'Traitors' era-yet remains forward looking at the same time. Riven with spite and contempt towards our modern age's void of truth, it gets faster as things get uglier. Mixed and mastered by Dan Swanö at Unisound. Available now on Bandcamp (and streaming platforms soon). For physical format freaks we have the 7" version available from our friends at Vitriol records. More news on the new album (coming once more on Season of Mist records) in the next weeks and months."
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