MISERY INDEX To Co-Host XM Radio's 'Hostile Takeover' Today

MISERY INDEX will co-host the "Hostile Takeover" show on XM Radio today (Thursday February 1) at 1:00 p.m. EST.

"Hostile Takeover" is a live program on XM Channel 42 Liquid Metal (Channel 841 for Direct TV subscribers), where MISERY INDEX will join host Ward Cleaver to talk about their latest release, "Discordia", as well as their upcoming European tour with labelmates NECROPHAGIST and ORIGIN.

MISERY INDEX's video for "Conquistadores" will premiere on this weekend's edition of MTV2's "Headbanger’s Ball". The "Conquistadores" video was filmed on location in Brooklyn, NY with director Rick Carmona (SUFFOCATION) and producers Dale Resteghini and Melissa Manousos of Raging Nations Films.

The band's European tour will kick off next week, taking them to over 14 countries within a month and half's time. The band will have an exclusive tour 7", "Hang 'Em High" (Garden of Exile Records), available at all the dates.


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