MISERY INDEX Sign Over Licensing Rights, Prepare To Record New Full-Length

May 13, 2002

MISERY INDEX have signed over the licensing rights to their Overthrow mini-CD to Howling Bull Entertainment's Ritual Records in Japan, and Unique Leader Records in Europe. Each release will feature special bonus live tracks as well as video tracks, and will be out this summer. Additionally, the EP will be released on cassette format this week in Indonesia on Rottrevore Records.

In other news, MISERY INDEX are in the middle of composing songs for a full-length album to be recorded later this year for a soon-to-be announced label. Also on the MISERY front, the band will hit the road in the United States and Canada later this summer, and will issue a six-song split CD with COMMIT SUICIDE on WillowTip Records in June.

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