MISERY INDEX Finalize Track Listing For 'Retaliate'

Baltimore, Maryland-based MISERY INDEX — featuring Jason Netherton (bass/vocals, ex-DYING FETUS), Sparky Voyles (guitar, ex-DYING FETUS, M.O.D.) and Matt Byers (drums) — have finalized the track listing for their debut album, "Retaliate" (view cover artwork here), due on August 25 through Nuclear Blast Records.

The album, which was recorded at Wild Studio in St-Zenon, Quebec with producer Jean-Francois Dagenais (KATAKLYSM, MALEVOLENT CREATION), will contain the following songs:

01. Retaliate
02. The Lies That Bind
03. The Great Depression
04. Angst Isst Die Seele Auf
05. Demand The Impossible
06. Order Upheld/Dissent Dissolved
07. Servants of Progress
08. The Unbridgeable Chasm
09. Bottom Feeders
10. History Is Rotten
+ (bonus track) Birth of Ignorance

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