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Misery Signals Announces New Album "Absent Light"

After five long years since the group's last release, Milwaukee metal band Misery Signals will return on July 23rd with "Absent Light." Today, the band has officially announced the album title, release date, album artwork, and upcoming record release tour in July and August.

Foregoing the traditional record label release model, Misery Signals launched an Indiegogo campaign in March to work directly with fans to crowd fund the new album by offering unique funding packages that included handwritten lyrics, vinyl box set, music lessons, listening parties and more. By May, the band had not only reached the funding goal, but had surpassed it by double the original amount.

"We were floored by the excitement from the people supporting the album,” guitarist Ryan Morgan says. “It's a good feeling to have an audience matching the enthusiasm we are putting into it's creation - and they haven't even heard it yet! It'll all come together when they get to hear how insane this album is."

Catch the band live:

July 9 - New York, NY - Santos Party House
July 10 - Boston, MA - Middle East
July 11 - Montreal, QC - Underworld
July 12 - Toronto, ON - Mod Club
July 13 - Guelph, ON - Club Vinyl
July 14 - Hamilton, ON - Club Absinthe
July 15 - St. Catharines, ON - Level 3
July 16 - London, ON - Rum Runners
July 17 - Chicago, IL - Reggies Rock Club
July 18 - Milwaukee, WI - Miramar
July 19 - Burnsville, MN - The Garage
July 28 - Salt Lake City, UT - The All Stars Tour
July 30 - Phoenix, AZ - Martini Ranch
July 31 - San Diego, CA - Che Cafe
Aug 1 - Anaheim, CA - Chain Reaction
Aug 2 - Camarillo, CA - Rock City Studios
Aug 3 - Sacramento, CA - Boardwalk
Aug 4 - Portland, OR - Branx
Aug 5 - Seattle, WA - Studio Seven
Aug 6 - Vancouver, BC - Roxy
Aug 7 - Kelowna, BC - Level (upstairs)
Aug 8 - Calgary, AB - Dickens Pub
Aug 9 - Edmonton, AB - Avenue Theatre
Aug 11 - Regina, SK - The Exchange

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