Lambgoat reports: “Misery Index has written roughly nine tracks for their fourth full-length. On January 2nd the band will enter Wrightway Studios in Baltimore, Maryland to begin tracking. According to the group, “These are the guys that mixed and mastered ‘Traitors,’ so we are excited to do the entire project there this time around.”
In related news, Misery Index has issued an update regarding their forthcoming discography release:
“We are pleased to announce, at long last, our discography collection of splits and EPS, entitled ‘Pulling Out The Nails’ (after the first song the band wrote). It will feature 30 tracks, and include ALL non-album material from 2001-2008, including the Overthrow and Dissent EPs, as well as the splits with Structure of Lies, Commit Suicide, Mumakil, and Bathtub Shitter, the Hang em’ High 7″, live tracks, bonus covers etc. The compilation was remastered by Scott Hull this year, and will be available in January on CD through our own Anarchos Records imprint, and on double vinyl through Power It Up (Germany) soon after. This CD will also include an extensive 24 page booklet of details, notes, pictures, and an all-time list of all the shows we have performed. We hope its the final representation of the various incarnations of the band in the past 8 years.”
If anything I’m excited to see the new cover art, this band always delivers some of the coolest artwork and merch I’ve seen in a while. Check some of it out on their myspace page.
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