MISERY INDEX: 'Traitors' Clip Available

"Traitors", the new video from the Baltimore, Maryland-based quartet MISERY INDEX, can be viewed below. The clip was directed by Dave Brodsky of MyGoodEye in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and will be televised on MTV2's "Headbangers Ball" on Saturday, December 13.

MISERY INDEX is currently on tour alongside THE BLACK DAHLIA MURDER and SOILENT GREEN in the Midwestern U.S. and then into Canada. MISERY INDEX will follow up this trek with a six-week European run that will include a month's worth of dates alongside HATE ETERNAL in the mainland followed by a headlining run in the U.K.

"Traitors", the new album from MISERY INDEX, was released on September 30 in North America via Relapse Records. The follow-up to "Discordia" was recorded in May at Godcity Studios in in Salem, Massachusetts.


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