Season Of Mist has announced the signing of Swiss metallers THIS MISERY GARDEN.

Formed in Geneva in 2005, THIS MISERY GARDEN is a dark rock/metal act influenced by such bands as KATATONIA, TOOL and A PERFECT CIRCLE, delivering genuinely intense music.

Melancholy and hope, anger defying serenity, love and death, all of those blend together to create a vivid and illuminating sound on THIS MISERY GARDEN’s second album, "Cornerstone", to be released on in 2013. The band has already filmed a video for the song "Warning Zone", taken from "Cornerstone". Check it out below.

"It's an honor for THIS MISERY GARDEN to join the Season Of Mist crew!" the band comments. "We are confident that our new album, 'Cornerstone', will be released under the best conditions to allow our music to be listened widely! We are looking forward to hit the road to support the album live."


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