Misery Index - Reveal More About New Album


We already knew that Misery Index would release a new album this year but now we know more about it. The American grindcore extremists have announced The Killing Gods as the title of their forthcoming new full-length. The band's fifth studio album will hit the stores on May 23rd (May 27th in North America) via Season Of Mist. Mark your calendars. That is all for now but maybe you get to hear new material soon.

Frontman Jason Netherton issued the following update: "After an extended writing and recording process we have finally completed The Killing Gods. It is the longest, most diverse and most complete album we have ever created, and it represents the blood, sweat and beers of four dudes trying to make the best songs they can. We think we have succeeded and we hope you do as well. Look for this metal beast to drop in May!"

The Killing Gods was recorded at Wright Way Studios in Baltimore, MD and engineered by Steve Carr (Dying Fetus, Slipknot, Soilwork). The drum parts were tracked with Scott Hull (Pig Destroyer, Agoraphobic Nosebleed, Black Tusk, Brutal Truth) at Visceral Sound in Bethesda, MD.

Source: season-of-mist.com
Band profile: Misery Index
 
Posted: 25.02.2014 by BloodTears


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26.02.2014 - 04:05
3rdWorld
The Psilosopher
Scott Hull behind the kit? Thats interesting, wondering if its going to be in the vein of AnB then.
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26.02.2014 - 05:03
GutturalNinja
Written by 3rdWorld on 26.02.2014 at 04:05

Scott Hull behind the kit? Thats interesting, wondering if its going to be in the vein of AnB then.


It says the drum parts were tracked with Scott Hull, not performed by
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26.02.2014 - 20:43
3rdWorld
The Psilosopher
Written by GutturalNinja on 26.02.2014 at 05:03

Written by 3rdWorld on 26.02.2014 at 04:05

Scott Hull behind the kit? Thats interesting, wondering if its going to be in the vein of AnB then.


It says the drum parts were tracked with Scott Hull, not performed by

Exactly but why to state the obvious? Being too correct may actually be too boring at times.
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