Melodic metalcore outfit Misery Signals blend math rock tropes like tricky time-signature shifts and knotty guitar parts with the raw aggression of post-hardcore and the seismic world-building of post-rock, creating a sound with more emotional heft than the former yet that is also less monochromatic than the latter. Since debuting in 2004 with the Devin Townsend-produced Of Malice and the Magnum Heart, the band have issued a string of versatile and acclaimed long-players like Controller (2008) and Ultraviolet (2020) that have helped establish them as one of the more original and influential acts of the genre. Misery Signals formed in Wisconsin in 2003, featuring members of a number of regional hardcore and emo bands. Singer Jesse Zaraska had the highest profile, having worked with 7 Angels 7 Plagues, and the Canadian hardcore act ...
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Mirrors 2006 Mirrors
Controller 2008 Controller
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