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Misery Signals recording new album

Friday, May 5, 2006 9:20 PM PT

Official press release:

Misery Signals have just entered the studio for a month long recording session for their second full-length Mirrors to be released this fall. Working with producer Ben Schigel (Chimaira, ZAO) the group is recording twelve new songs at his studio in Cleveland. Speaking on the new material Ryan Morgan (guitars) says "It is our heaviest material but more atmospheric than our first album. There is more of a focus on heaviness as a vibe than the jumpiness of our old songs which shifted quite a bit." That first album, 2004's "Of Malice And The Magnum Heart" was heralded as a modern-day metalcore classic earning legions of fans and tours with such artists as The Dillinger Escape Plan, ZAO, Bleeding Through, Strapping Young Lad and more. Also quick to notice the band's talent was the press who showered praises like Outburn who said "Like the water this metallic monstrosity comes washing over you out of nowhere and cements itself to your bones" and Alternative Press, who stated "Tech minded metalcore veterans overcome death, distance and depression to deliver an album that cuts through the careerist BS that's sweeping hardcore and aims straight for the human spirit."

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