THE MISERABLES: Former SKINLAB, 40 GRIT Members Release New Music

THE MISERABLES, the new band formed by ex-SKINLAB guitarist Glen "Glenny" Telford and ex-40 GRIT members Chris Anderson (guitar), Ryan Healy (bass) and Andy Green (drums), have uploaded a demo song, entitled "Ugly Dose of Daylight", to their page.

THE MISERABLES, whose lineup is completed by singer Denton Bramley, have an "arsenal" of new songs and no shortage of ideas. "The new material keeps flowing out of us like diarrhea and a terrible flu," stated Glenny. "With Denton's voice, this stuff has propelled our music to the level that we were hoping for."

THE MISERABLES hope to record their full-length debut in the summer. In the meantime, catch the band performing live at Bourbon Street in Concord, California on June 4. Also appearing on the bill will be RE:IGNITION and PRIMATE.


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