Baltimore, Maryland's MISERY INDEX will team up with DECAPITATED, PSYCROPTIC and ORIGIN for a tour of Australia and New Zealand next spring.
The dates are as follows:
April 01 - Auckland, New Zealand - Transmission Room
April 02 - Melbourne, Australia - The Esplanade Hotel
April 03 - Sydney, Australia - The Gaelic Club
April 04 - Brisbane, Australia - The Hifi
April 05 - Adelaide, Australia - Fowler's Live
April 06 - Perth, Australia - Black Betty's
MISERY INDEX announced last month that it had four songs "in the works" for the band's forthcoming follow-up to 2008's "Traitors", which it hopes to begin recording in January/February 2010. More information will be made available soon.
MISERY INDEX has been touring almost non-stop since the release of "Traitors" in September 2008. The follow-up to "Discordia" was recorded in May 2008 at Godcity Studios in Salem, Massachusetts.
The band's video for the album's title track, which can be viewed below, was shot in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania with director David Brodsky of My Good Eye.
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