Misery Signals release 2003 debut EP on vinyl for first time
Canadian metalcore group Misery Signals has released their self-titled debut EP on vinyl for the first time. The newly remastered version is part of the band's 20-year celebration, featuring early versions of tracks such as "The Year Summer Ended In June" along with early works available only on the demo.
The band shared the following:
Celebrating the 20 year anniversary, the original 2003 Misery Signals debut EP is remastered and available on vinyl for the first time in 4 limited edition variants cut at 45rpm, and available for streaming/download on your favourite music service. Featuring an early version of the Of Malice and the Magnum Heart classic, The Year Summer Ended in June, and 5 songs available nowhere else, the debut EP is a snapshot of a young, hungry and impassioned band that would go on to shape and pioneer a genre.
Accompanying the vinyl is a limited Merch range featuring one of the band's very first T-Shirt designs, 'These Scars,' printed on premium Comfort Colors blanks for a premium vintage throwback look and feel (also available on premium Independent hoodies). Rounding out the collection are two new EP inspired designs, a long sleeve shirt from @goulexdesign, and a tee from @getarealjobkid. Not a pre-order, these items are all in hand and shipping now from @merchnow.
Echoes Vinyl variant + full Merch range also available as a per-order in Canada through @cutloosemerch.