NewsAugust 10, 2021 2:57 PM ET909 views

Misfire sign with Entertainment One

Official press release:

Chicago-based thrash metal trio Misfire has joined Entertainment One for the release of their upcoming new full-length.

In 2004, at the age of 13 and 14 respectively, drummer James Nicademus and guitarist/vocalist Jay Johnson formed what ended up becoming the thrash metal band Diamond Plate. In 2007, Johnson left that band and has since released multiple solo projects. Diamond Plate went on to release two albums through Earache Records and played multiple tours and shows sharing stages with the likes of such thrash metal icons as Overkill, Death Angel, Testament, Megadeth, D.R.I., and others.

Fast forward to 2018. Nicademus joined forces with Tommy Denniger of End Of Sanity and Sean Coogan of Vitrial to launch Misfire. Shortly thereafter, Denniger decided to follow a different path. Nicademus called the only man for the job: his old friend, Jay Johnson. The decision would ultimately solidify Misfire's lineup. Misfire has been active ever since opening shows for Iron Reagan, Sacred Reich, and more.


Comments Misfire on their union with eOne, "We are beyond excited to join forces with eOne! We are so grateful to have the opportunity to share our music with so many people. Thanks to everyone who has supported and believed in us. We will see you soon!"

Stand by for further news on Misfire to be announced in the coming weeks.


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anonymous 288 days ago

This signing is a Misfire.

anonymous 288 days ago

This band writes songs about cod pieces and wangs.

anonymous 269 days ago


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