German melodic death metal outfit MISERY SPEAKS is currently writing material for its second album. Once again the band will enter the Rape Of Harmonies studio early May to nail down the new tunes with Alexander Dietz, Ralf Müller and Patrick W. Engel. The mix will again be done by the mighty Dan Swanö in Sweden. A fall 2007 release is expected.Florian Füntmann (guitars) comments: "We are very happy with our new shit. The songs unite more groove and heavyness. The new stuff is much more varied with some atmospheric parts without losing speed and brutality....so be prepared!!!!" MISERY SPEAKS' self-titled debut album was released June 2006 through Alveran Records and 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.
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