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Misery Signals

Misery Signals

(Members Of 7 Angels 7 Plagues)

State Of The Art 1

Released on February 1, 2003

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This is the album of 2003. Featuring members of 7 ANGELS 7 PLAGUES, it doesnt get any better than this. Hardcore at its finest, sick breakdowns, crazy melodies, #1 singing and just pure all around insane album. A definite buy for life.

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Average Customer Rating: 4 with 9 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 The Year Summer Ended In June Voted #1  38%
2 Lie Captive Voted #3  13%
3 Like Yesterday Voted #2  20%
4 Dream Atalantic  8%
5 Echoes  7%
6 Mark The Path - Blessing Or Curse  13%
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Jonathan from Auckland, New Zealand 
Sep 23 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This EP is pure amazingness!!! I highly recommend it to anyone who likes 'Of Malice...' as much as I do. The EP is heavier, brutaler, more chaotic and definitely one of my favourites in my collection.

Stand out tracks include - Echoes -II. Blessing Or Curse and Like Yesterday which has one of the heaviest breakdowns i have ever had the plesure of hearing, no joke...misery signals + breakdowns

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Marie-claude from Trois-rivières, PQ Canada 
Aug 30 2005 Rating: 4/5 Stars

The first cd from Misery Signals. Quality and booklet are not awesome but it's a great cd to have if you like their cd on Ferret... Much heavier that the Ferret one... For fans of 7 Angels 7 Plagues (past members). I hope they release something new soon... Best song is Dream Atlantic.

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Josh from Glendale Heights, IL 
May 15 2004 Rating: 3/5 Stars

It took me a while to actually order this album.. I knew it had members of 7a7p and I knew that it was supposed to be pretty damn swell, but I couldn't help but be disappointed after listening to this all the way through a few times. I figured it would grow on me and I was just expecting way too much from these guys, but it really wasn't anything spectacular. The first two songs are great. I think the lyrics are written brilliantly- but the songs are way too similar to eachother and there aren't enough windmill/high-kick riffs thrown into the mix.. I listened to this- then listened to 7a7p and couldn't understand why the hell they broke up.. It's a damn shame.. ah, well- just buy it if you need something to listen to..otherwise, wait for the full length in june..

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Ray from Lynchburg, VA 
Mar 23 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Former 7a7p. Good stuff, you can tell some of these folks were in that group, its got that sound. Different song names, but same great sound. Own it. ...

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Nick from Canton, OH 
Nov 1 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

The cd may only have 6 songs, but it makes up for it with sheer ingenuity and perfection. There is not one flaw to the cd. The booklet isn't too amazing (just 2 pages, only lyrics), but that doesn't matter, since the music is too good to be true.

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Rob from Bel Air, MD 
May 29 2003 Rating: 3/5 Stars

At this e.p.'s strongest points it sounds no different really than Misery Index's predecessor 7 Angels 7 Plagues, and no better either. The rest of the time it seems rushed to me, like these guys are still having a rough time gelling together or they didn't get enough studio time. This is, in my opinion, trying to capture the greatest elements of 7A7P in a new project and not quite achieving it to the fullest, while laying down nothing new or original from that sound and style. Time will tell the tale on this one and we'll be forced to wait for the hopeful release of a follow-up full-length album, but for now I dare say we're all better off listening to "Jhazmyne's Lullaby" and fondly remembering what once was...'sniff'

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Jonathan from London, United Kingdom 
May 21 2003 Rating: 3/5 Stars

ive followed this band since they have formed as 7a7p were one of the finest metalcore bands. The first track "the year summer......" is amazing and really is the stand out track.. im not saying that the other tracks are bad, but that song could easily challange any 7a7p tune... the rest of the tracks im afraid are not of the same quality, the lyrics are very questionable compared to 7a7p. this dudes voice is pretty cool, more straight up than matt mixon. but the cd has good riffs, nice melodic breakdowns and their meant to a class live act. im not gunna give this cd 5stars as it doesnt deserve it but with tracks such as "the year summer ended in june" this band will go far so i cant wait for the full length and also to see them at hellfest.

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Lee from Watford, United Kingdom 
Apr 18 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Featuring ex-members of 7 Angels 7 Plagues, this CD basically picks up from where that band left off. First track 'The Year Summer Ended In June' sets the tone for the whole cd with melodic passages followed by some totally sick and inventive breakdowns. Each track is totally awesome and the CD running time of 22 minutes definitely leaves you wanting more. I'd definitely recommend this for anyone interested in heavy but melodic metalcore.

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Matt from Old Saybrook, CT 
Mar 30 2003 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Misery Signals are on a great start. I was disapointed to hear that 7 angels broke up, but then i heard the news about the new project. Misery Signals is at times more melodic than other 7 angel releases. You still have the hard riffs and pounding drums but the melody plays a huge role on this cd. They have a new lead singer but still screams in the same tone. If your not hooked a tfirst, give it a chance and im sure you'll see the true talent that pours out of this band.

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