German melodic death metal outfit MISERY SPEAKS has parted ways with Alveran Records. The group's sole release for Alveran came in the shape of MISERY SPEAKS' self-titled debut, which was issued in June 2006.

Commented the band: "We thank Alveran Records for giving us the opportunity to release our debut album and thus provide us with an important initial aid. We wish Alveran Records all the best for the future. Now it's time to explore unknown shores. Our new album, 'Catalogue of Carnage', will be released in early 2008 and we will announce during the course of next week on which label this is going to happen."

"Catalogue of Carnage" was recorded at Rape of Harmonies studio with Alexander Dietz, Ralf Müller and Patrick W. Engel.

According to posting on MISERY SPEAKS' web site, the group's "self-titled debut earned massive critical acclaim, not least because of the great and massive sound by Dan Swanö. The band was voted one of the 12 best newcomers in 2006 by the Rock Hard magazine readers."

Watch MISERY SPEAKS' video for the song "First Bullet Hits" (taken from "Misery Speaks"):


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