MISURA Members Launch Side Project

Several members of Virginia's MISURA, whose debut CD was produced by guitarist Logan Mader (formerly of MACHINE HEAD and SOULFLY, now in MEDICATION), have formed an as-yet-unnamed side project that will feature a musical direction described as "definitely metalcore, with huge breakdowns, melodic metal and traditional hardcore all in the mix," according to a message posted on the group's official web site. "We as a band have decided that in the two years that it took to release our full-length, so much stuff has changed and grown about the band that to keep it MISURA would not fit. MISURA in itself will still be recording and still touring and playing shows, the new band will merely be some of the members of MISURA expressing their heart, soul, and emotion through two bands instead of the limitations that only one band can carry."


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