Misery Signals has debuted their ‘Live In Isolation‘ performance online. Originally streamed in December 2020, the band has recently given the performance a vinyl release. You can find the video of the broadcast below
Misery Signals have announced they will release the vinyl recordings of their 2020 livestream concert LIve: In Isolation on July 07th. The band offered the following regarding the release: “After Misery Signals released their 5th album, Ultraviolet, a few months into a global pandemic, the band were left cancelling multiple live appearances and unable to promote their new
The first new song in twenty years.
  Comeback Kid has announced a string of East Coast and Midwest U.S. tour dates with Misery Signals, and END in July. The dates run as follows: 07/05 St. Paul, MN – Turf Club 07/07 Milwaukee, WI – X-Ray Arcade 07/08 Chicago, IL – Bottom Lounge 07/09 Cleveland, OH – The Foundry 07/10 Philadelphia, PA –
  ‘This Is Hardcore‘ 2022 is set for July 08th-10th at the Franklin Music Hall & Underground Arts in Philadelphia, PA. This year’s fest will find Hatebreed celebrating the 20th anniversary of their 2002 sophomore album Perserverance, and Thursday performing their 2001 album Full Collapse. The other bands that were announced so far include: Madball Comeback Kid Merauder Fury
  Here’s how the daily lineups for the festival are set to run (in alphabetical order outside of headlining acts): Friday, September 23rd: Thrice (performing “The Illusion Of Safety“) New Found Glory Alexisonfire Midtown Shadows Fall Quicksand ’67 The Acacia Strain Anti-Flag Belmont Capra Close Your Eyes Counterparts Crossfaith The Darling Fire Dead To Fall Doll
  The Ghost Inside‘s drummer Andrew Tkaczyk has released a song called “TINOWOFU” which features a guest spot from former Misery Signals frontman Karl Schubach. Tkazcyk offered the following on the track: “This is what happens when I write really pissed off music over the summer and have @karlschubach yell over it. To the people who did me dirty
  Darkest Hour and Misery Signals have cancelled their December West Coast tour due to COVID-19 complications. The bands have decided not to reschedule the tour. Darkest Hour offered the following statement: “For those of you who are asking about our winter tour in the USA: Due to complications from the continuing COVID pandemic Darkest Hour and Misery Signals are saddened to announce
  Misery Signals released their first new album in seven years, Ultraviolet, last month and now the band is giving their 2016 documentary ‘Yesterday Was Everything‘ a DVD release for the first time. The documentary was directed by Matthew Mixon and covered the band’s early days as well as footage of their 2014 touring for the 10th
  Misery Signals is set to release their first album since 2014’s Absent Light tomorrow, August 7, 2020. The new album is called Ultraviolet and it also is the first release with the band’s original vocalist Jesse Zaraska, who hasn’t performed on an album for the band since 2004’s Of Malice And The Magnum Heart. The third single