Milwaukee, WI's metalcore act MISERY SIGNALS is teaming up with Hurley International to shoot a video for their song "Anchor", which will include live footage of their show tonight at Chain Reaction in Anaheim, CA. The video, filmed by Hurley's production company SPKR Entertainment (Soren), will be done with four cameras to capture the band's fantastic live energy. It will also include footage of the group skateboarding in Hurley's brand new skate facility.
Already huge fans of Hurley, the members of MISERY SIGNALS are very excited to be doing a video with the company. Vocalist Karl Shubach states, "I like to think of myself as a skateboarder, and anytime I'm on the road, when we have an opportunity, we'll get our boards out of the back of the van and roll around. We're also big fans of Hurley clothes, and can't wait to get into their warehouse."
MISERY SIGNALS is currently on a full U.S. headlining tour with THE AGONY SCENE, EMMURE, and SKY EATS AIRPLANE. This will be their last tour before they start recording the new album, so filming of the video for "Anchor", which comes off the group's most recent release "Mirrors", is a symbolic ending for the album.
Watch MISERY SIGNALS' "The Failsafe" video (taken from "Mirrors"):
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