Misery Signals Release “Yesterday Was Everything” On DVD

Misery Signals’ 2016 documentary “Yesterday Was Everything” has officially been released on DVD. The effort, which was directed by Matthew Mixon, was filmed during the band’s “Of Malice And The Magnum Heart“ 10th anniversary tour in 2014. The group commented:

“Many of you who enjoyed our documentary, ‘Yesterday Was Everything‘, had asked for a physical copy to be made available. If you weren’t aware, or haven’t yet seen the film, we’re pleased to say it’s available to order on DVD through @merchnow. Get a behind the scenes look at not only how our band came to be, but also at the reunion tour that resulted in us writing ‘Ultraviolet‘.”

Misery Signals Premiere “Sunlifter” Video

Misery Signals have premiered a new video for their new song “Sunlifter.” This track is from the band’s new album “Ultraviolet,” which will be released tomorrow (August 7).

Guitarist Ryan Morgan told Revolver the following:

“Jesse has this really clear voice, and even in his most vicious screaming the vulnerability gets through first. People will hear the record and there won’t be any need for decoding the emotional content. ‘Sunlifter‘ was the first song we wrote for the record and it set the tone thematically for the lyrics on the album, which came to be about ambition and striving and all the parts of ourselves that are in contradiction with each other.

There is a lot of playing back and forth between the drums and the strings. There is a rhythm theme throughout the whole song, and when it disappears from the guitars, my brother keeps it pulsing on the kick drum. He’s such an impressive drummer on a technical level and obviously he has great moments of flash, but I don’t know if people realize the amount of deep writing Branden is doing.

I think a lot of people miss layers of details he’s putting in. It’s one of my favorite things about the band, and ‘Sunlifter‘ is a great example of it. There are fully formed riffs on the drums, it’s like the drumming for the song could stand alone as its own complete song.”

Misery Signals Premiere “The Tempest” Video, Reveal Details For New Album “Ultraviolet”

Misery Signals have premiered a new video for their new song “The Tempest.” This track is from the band’s new album “Ultraviolet,” which will be released on August 7.

Ryan Morgan said the following about the new song:

“‘The Tempest‘ feels like a concentrated dose of Misery Signals. I love that it crashes through with all this energy, with very little indulging. That type of songwriting economy was in my mind across this whole album. It’s interesting to hear a little bit of restraint work to actually make everything bigger.”

He also added the following about the album:

“Jesse [Zaraska] has this really clear voice, and even in his most vicious screaming the vulnerability gets through first. People will hear the record and there won’t be any need for decoding the emotional content. ‘Sunlifter’ was the first song we wrote for the record and it set the tone thematically for the lyrics on the album, which came to be about ambition and striving and all the parts of ourselves that are in contradiction with each other.”

Zaraska continued:

“It is a record that purveys a much greater sense of hope than those that preceded it, and I think that as older individuals this was important from the onset of the process. I tried to create a Misery Signals record that was lyrically more positive than the previous outings, something that I could get behind as a father. Though there still exists a fair amount of tension and darkness, there shines a great amount more light.”

“Ultraviolet” Track Listing:

01. “The Tempest”
02. “Sunlifter”
03. “River King”
04. “Through Vales Of Blue Fire”
05. “Old Ghosts”
06. “The Fall”
07. “Redemption Key”
08. “Cascade Locks”
09. “Some Dreams”

Misery Signals Announce Rescheduled Dates With End And Neck Of The Woods

Misery Signals have postponed their May tour with End and Neck Of The Woods due to the coronavirus pandemic. The trek will now take place in November.

Tour Dates:

11/19 Edmonton, AB – The Buckingham
11/20 Edmonton, AB – The Buckingham
11/21 Calgary, AB – Dicken’s Pub
11/22 Regina, SK – The Exchange
11/23 Winnipeg, MB – The Goodwill
11/24 Minneapolis, MN – Amsterdam
11/25 Iowa City, IA – Gabe’s
11/26 Milwaukee, WI – X-Ray Arcade
11/27 West Chicago, IL – WC Social Club
11/28 St. Louis, MO – Red Flag

Misery Signals commented:

“Amidst this unprecedented time, it is with heavy hearts that we must postpone our upcoming May tour dates. The safety of our fans and all the venue staff is of the utmost importance to us.

We have rescheduled the tour in November; this time frame will continue to include support from END and Neck of the Woods.

Promoters will be honoring advance tickets purchased for May in November.

If you’re unable to attend the rescheduled dates, refund on advance ticket sales are available through point of purchase.”

Misery Signals Announce Spring Tour With END, Chamber, & Neck Of The Woods

Misery Signals have announced a spring tour with END, Chamber, and Neck Of The Woods. Here’s the dates:

04/30 Edmonton, AB – The Buckingham
05/02 Calgary, AB – Dickens Pub
05/03 Regina, SK – The Exchange
05/04 Winnipeg, MB – The Goodwill
05/05 Minneapolis, MN – Amsterdam
05/06 Iowa City, IA – Gabe’s
05/07 Milwaukee, WI – X-Ray Arcade
05/08 Chicago, IL – WC Social Club
05/09 St. Louis, MO – Red Flag

Misery Signals Tease New Music

Misery Signals recently confirmed that they have been writing for their new album and now they have also shared some teasers of the new material. You can check those out below:

[via The PRP]

Misery Signals Writing New Album

Misery Signals have been writing material for their new album. Bassist Kyle Johnson shared the below update:

[via Lambgoat]

Unearth, Darkest Hour, Misery Signals, Malevolence, & Left Behind Announce European/UK Tour

Unearth, Darkest Hour, Misery Signals, Malevolence, and Left Behind will be hitting the road on “The Death To False Metalcore” tour in Europe next year. You can see the dates for that run below.

Tour Dates:

03/21 Koln, GER – Essigfabrik
03/22 Brugge, BEL – Het Entrepot
03/23 London, UK – ULU (no Malevolence)
03/24 Utrecht, NET – Tivoli Pandora
03/25 Wiesbaden, GER – Schlachthof
03/26 Hamburg, GER – Markthalle
03/27 Berlin, GER – SO36
03/28 Munich, GER – Backstage
03/29 Leipzig, GER – Conne Island
03/30 Prague, CZE – Futurum
03/31 Budapest, HUN – A38
04/01 Vienna, AUT – Arena