MISERY INDEX: New Song Available For Download

A brand new MISERY INDEX track, entitled "The Imperial Ambition", has been made available for download at this location.

"The Imperial Ambition" comes off the group's newly released "Dissent" EP, which features "nearly 17 minutes of new songs, including the four-part title track 'Dissent' and blast-tastic 'Defector'," according to a posting on the band's web site. "Perhaps our most aggressive and darkest material to date, we are happy with it and hopefully it will hold you over until the next full length in 2005 (recorded at HairyBreakfast.com)... Additionally, The 12" vinyl version will be out in a month or so, and it will feature a bonus track only on the record, look for exclusive distribution of that coming from Emetic Records (OUT NOW!)."

As previously reported, MISERY INDEX are currently looking for a second guitarist to join the group on tour next year.


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