Misery Signals Reveal New Album Details

Absent Light

Its been five years since Milwaukee metal band Misery Signals released an album.

That all changes July 23 with Absent Light.

We’ve known the band was working on a new album, but today, the band officially announced the album title, release date, album artwork and upcoming record release tour, set for July and August.

The album was financed through an Indiegogo campaign.

“We were floored by the excitement from the people supporting the album,” guitarist Ryan Morgan says.

“It’s a good feeling to have an audience matching the enthusiasm we are putting into it’s creation — and they haven’t even heard it yet! It’ll all come together when they get to hear how insane this album is.”

Misery Signals will kick off their record release tour in July with dates running through mid August.

Here’s where they’ll be and when.

7/9: New York, NY @ Santos Party House
7/10: Boston, MA @ Middle East
7/11: Montreal, QC @ Underworld
7/12: Toronto, ON @ Mod Club
7/13: Guelph, ON @ Club Vinyl
7/14: Hamilton, ON @ Club Absinthe
7/15: St. Catharines, ON @ Level 3
7/16: London, ON @ Rum Runners
7/17: Chicago, IL @ Reggies Rock Club
7/18: Milwaukee, WI @ Miramar
7/19: Burnsville, MN @ The Garage
7/28: Salt Lake City, UT @ The All Stars Tour
7/30: Phoenix, AZ @ Martini Ranch
7/31: San Diego, CA @ Che Cafe
8/1: Anaheim, CA @ Chain Reaction
8/2: Camarillo, CA @ Rock City Studios
8/3: Sacramento, CA @ Boardwalk
8/4: Portland, OR @ Branx
8/5: Seattle, WA @ Studio Seven
8/6: Vancouver, BC @ Roxy
8/7: Kelowna, BC @ Level (upstairs)
8/8: Calgary, AB @ Dickens Pub
8/9: Edmonton, AB @ Avenue Theatre
8/11: Regina, SK @ The Exchange

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