German death metallers MISERY SPEAKS have inked a deal with Alveran Records. The group's self-titled debut album was recorded and produced by Ralf Müller, Alexander Dietz and Patrick W. Engel at Rape Of Harmonies Studio (HEAVEN SHALL BURN, FALL OF SERENITY, MAROON, NARZISS) and was mixed by Swedish producer/artist Dan Swanö (EDGE OF SANITY, BLOODBATH, OPETH) at his Unisound Studio in Örebro. An early July release is expected.

MISERY SPEAKS have been confirmed for the Pressure festival, set to take place June 23-25 in Herne, Germany. Also scheduled to perform are DARKEST HOUR, THE BLACK DAHLIA MURDER, AS I LAY DYING, IGNITE, LEEWAY, MOST PRECIOUS BLOOD, NARZISS, NEAERA and MADBALL, among others.


Stephan Gall - Guitar
Janosch Rathmer - Drums
Claus Ulka - Voice
Florian Fuentmann - Guitar
Martin Grossmann – Bass

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