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Misery Signals

Post-hardcore act Misery Signals blend math rock tropes like tricky time signature shifts and twiddly guitar parts with the strained aggression and sore throat vocals of screamo, creating a sound with more emotional heft than the former yet that is also less monochromatic than the latter. Misery Signals formed in Madison, WI, 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 Compromise, which had broken up in 2002 following the death of two of its members in a car accident. Guitarist Jeff Aust had been in Hamartia, while guitarist Ryan Morgan, bassist Kyle Johnson, and drummer Branden Morgan (Ryan's brother) filled out the lineup. Following the band's self-titled six track EP, released in 2003, Aust was replaced by new guitarist Stuart Ross. The revised lineup signed with the New Jersey indie Ferret Records and released Of Malice and the Magnum Heart in June 2004. After a lengthy tour in support of their debut full-length, Zaraska chose to leave the band to return to his hometown of Edmonton, Alberta, and join the acoustic post-rock band Sleeping Girl with other former Compromise members. In the post-millennial equivalent of those bands who used MTV to advertise for new members back in the '80s, the remaining members of Misery Signals posted an instrumental song on their MySpace page, inviting fans to send in their lyrics and vocals. New singer Karl Schubach won the challenge and joined the band. Misery Signals' second album, Mirrors, was released in August 2006. ~ Stewart Mason, Rovi
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great band
selkies43
This bio sucks
bullbulson
Cont. From 2008/09 - and that girl left the pit in a stretcher. So i HIGHLY doubt you are "laying" anyone out. Ever. Kindly f**k off and never post like you know something about life/music. Kthxbye.
bullbulson
As for this @jennifer.de r d a person...you hate labeling music but anyone who hardcore dances (which has been around since the 80s and evolved from skanking) is labeled as a "retarded gumby" "f**got asses". How awesome are you to be able to rip on two lifestyles that they have no control over. Keep your narrow minded bullshit in your mouth and swallow it down like the s**t your brain is apparently made of. Moron. Also - the last girl i saw go into a misery signals pit here in wisconsin was in 2008
bullbulson
Post hardcore is kind of close but these guys and 7angels 7plagues really paved the way/created the sub-genre of melodic hardcore. And they are from my home state of wisconsin!.. . w e l l now canada too... lol
jennifer.der d a
Controller is sick idk what album I like most. But you can't say any of thier music sucks. They are excellent musicians and all of thier work is so dynamic and smooth and just well composed. F**k the genre and labeling its music. Orgasms for the soul. Period. And scene kids that flail around like retarded gumby I love layin out your f**got asses at shows can't wait till the next one. MS4life
Post Hardcore, Screamo..... I don't think this band is either.
Dude seriously with this bio?? Wtf Pandora ppl
Get absent light on here
Now this is a good band
Screamo vocals!? GTFO!!
lmao
Misery Signals should never be mentioned in the same sentence as Screamo lol
One of my favorite things about these guys is that even non-metal listeners can understand the lyrics haha
The first part of this bio is really dumb.
My Fav band .
Screamo is actually a genre, it emerged from hardcore punk. Do your research before you decide to make such a baseless comment.
anyone that remembers 7A7P's def knows their misery signals history. one of the better bands in this age full of b**ch a** scene kids you cant tell if are male or female haha heres to keepin our hair undyed and unfeathered haha
these guys are always consistently good and talented
i am Mitt Romney, and i don't approve this song-- lol political jokes xD
lol i love how in every comment box you see theres always someone hating, someone trolling or talking about someone else trolling, and that one guy who can find something bad about every comment in the box. lol just thought id put that out there.
guzevichg4 Agreed, it a steriotype, people wont get it threw their thick skulls though
They've clearly progressed as musicians on with each album culminating with what I think is their best effort(Contr o l l e r ) . They're very different than the bands that Pandora thinks are similar, but that's not a bad thing. Can't wait for their new album.
newsflash bio writer aka dumbfuck: SCREAMO ISNT A GENRE!!!!!!
not bad... but i think the bio-writer might just be trolling....
favorite band ever
Y is the word SCREAMO in the description?
@Scott Stubblefield , Try throwin some Animals as leaders and perphery into tat mix and you'll see more
douglasabrus h
If I see "post hardcore" in one more description I am punching someone in the face
misery signals is better the for the fallen dreams. but they are good as well
One of my all time favs.
I love you
Easily one of my favorite bands. I love every song on OMATMH and Controller. These guys are incredible.
For the Fallen Dreams is way better than Misery Signals
FOR THE FALLEN DREAMS WHERE ARE YOU?!?!?!?!
I must say the music is written and executed really good, I personally would like to see the vocalist to do some work with a voice coach who can help him acheive a little versatility with his voice. I definitely see this band has all of the tools to do something major.
deathsquadde s i g n
YEAH SCREAMO IS AWESOME!!!
ironman8988
I wish my Misery Signals station would play more atmospheric melodic stuff like they play.
mmmmmm tasty
they were formed right next to me i live in Milwaukee, Wisconsin
I approve of this band.
i saw them live for the 1st time recently not bad... killer pits.. alot of hardcore P**SIES at the show though... get your pit game up and come see me...
ronbabu9
they suck now. need the old singer back. this was their best album...this album was sick beginning to end. 7a7p was sick too. this mirrors was terrible.con t r o l l e r havent heard much of it...guess ill give it hear.
attackofemos
I've seen them six times now and they never disappoint. Some of the coolest guys and best music - they never leave my car stereo. And I don't know what this guy is talking about, Skycamefalli n g ' s only relation in any way to Mis Sigs or any of the members thereof is being signed to Ferret Records. Everyone from MS is either from Wisconsin of Canada. Not New York, bud.
These guys are amazing and this biography does them little justice. I've seen them live 3 times now over the last 2 years and they are freaking incredible.
it would be so sweet if bands like this would have pandora put up their old bands as well. i would kill to listen to some 7A7P or some skycamefalli n g right now.
I just started listening to these guys and they are f**king amazing!
F**king awesome band. Midwest metal f**king owns.
7A7P, Gaspar Minga, Wings of Scarlet, A Shroud Cast Over. Short lived but such great music.
jmonroe08
controller is amazing
great

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